E-Waste

SBK Recycle

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recycled electronics

We offer free pickup, removal, and business electronics recycling in the Greater Seattle Area, King and Pierce County. Hard Drive Destruction with Certificates of Destruction at no cost. Naturally, our drop-off service is free for everyone (Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm). Single item or quantity pickups for Printers, Copiers, and Toner will include a pickup fee. See our list

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Why Is It Important to Recycle Your Used Electronics? Only half of the states in the U.S. have enacted state laws that address electronics recycling. Most of these states use Producer Responsibility rules that require the manufacturers to pay for recycling. California uses an Advanced Recovery Fee. Consumers are charged a fee when they purchase

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SBK Recycle will be onsite at Bonney Lake High School 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, collecting your old unwanted Computer & Electronic items for free. We are accepting all computer-related items and electronics except for CRT TVs or Projection style TV’s will not be taken at this event. www.sbkrecycle.com. If you have any questions, please

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Apple Sues

Apple claims GEEP Canada employees hid Apple devices out of view of an e-scrap facility’s cameras, mislabeled devices as “copper bearings” for outbound shipping, and then received kickbacks for illegally reselling them. E-Scrap News has obtained Canadian court records providing additional details about Apple’s $31 million-plus lawsuit against GEEP Canada, as well as GEEP’s legal

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E-Waste

Millions of mobile phones, laptops, tablets, toys, digital cameras and other electronic devices bought this Christmas are destined to create a flood of dangerous “e-waste” that is being dumped illegally in developing countries, the UN has warned. The global volume of electronic waste is expected to grow by 33 percent in the next four years,

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