California State University, Fresno is partnering with Electronic Recycling International Inc. to ensure proper e-waste recycling solution for campus operations and provide additional services to the Central Valley Community.
What is electronic Waste?
For more information regarding the topic of electronic waste, or for questions you may have about your own personal equipment that you wish to get rid of there is a plethora of information online. To help focus on the topic of E-waste take a moment to read and review the information presented within this web page maintained by the California Waste Integration Management Board:
As a rule of thumb the California Integrated Waste Management Board has set forth the following guideline regarding electronic waste as it pertains to waste disposal in the standard waste stream:
"What should be done with old electronic products? Computer monitors, televisions and other electronic equipment should NOT be disposed of with regular garbage. Working TVs, monitors, computers and other consumer electronics can be sold or donated thereby prolonging their useful life. Nonfunctioning TVs and computer monitors should be recycled by an organization equipped to handle them. Please refer to our regulatory issues section for updates on laws and policies affecting e-waste management."