ALL Electronics are Banned from Landfills click here for list
VT State E-Bill Law went into effect on Jan 1st 2011 which bans the disposal of ALL electronic devices from being disposed of in the landfills.
Starting JULY 1st 2011, free disposal of many electronic began. Through-out the state there will be drop-off points where the electronics will be collected. Many of these devices will be collected without any fee for dropping them off. For a list of devices click here and rules for more information about the Vermont State E-Bill Law click here for more information.
Electronic waste--televisions, computers, gaming systems, phones and other household electronics--are an increasing percentage of the solid waste stream. Electronic devices contain many hazardous materials such as lead and brominated flame retardants, they should not be disposed of in landfills.
To properly recycle your electronics, contact the District at 524-5986 to arrange a time to bring them in for recycling. Click here for a list of fees for electronics. You may also bring these items to a special trash collection .
Staples, located in the Highgate Shopping Plaza in St. Albans, also accepts electronics for recycling. Call (802)524-0700 for more information.
For further information about electronic waste, visit the Earth 9-11 site.
For information on purchasing environmentally friendly electronics, visit EPEAT and take advantage of their Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool .
Click here for information on national organizations that facilitate computer donations.
Old gaming systems can be traded in for store credit at Game Stop and EB Games.