Background of E-waste BanOn July 1, 2011 The Discarded Computer Equipment and Television Management Law, otherwise known as the E-Waste Ban
went into effect. This ban regulates the disposal of electronic equipment. These items can no longer be placed in your regular trash and must be taken to a proper electronic recycling site.
What is E-Waste?
|TVs||Modems||Electronic Games||Telephone Systems|
|VCRs||Desktop Computers||Mobile Phones||Uninterruptible Power Supplies|
|Stereos||Servers||MP3 Players||Printed Circuit Boards|
|Tape Players||Laptops / Docking Stations||PDAs||Routers|
|Radios||Automated Typewriters||Portable Calculators||Power and Network Cables|
|Fax Machines||Copy Machines||Network Hubs|
|DVD and CD Players||CD-ROM Drivers||Controllers|
|Telephones||Hard Drives||Switching Boxes|
FOUR WAYS TO RECYCLE E-WASTE:
1. CURBSIDEAs of May 1, 2018 Burlington residents can leave discarded e-waste on the curb on your regular trash day and the city will dispose of them at a charge of $15 per item collected will be charged to your utility bill.
2. FREE E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTStop by and drop off any e-waste for free. This is limited to Burlington residents and must be household e-waste. Download the e-waste flyer for full limitations and directions.
Saturday, Febraury 5, 2022
Saturday, October 1, 2022
234 E. Summit Avenue (Public Works Parking Lot)