Video with WI DNR that explains how electronics go from the back of a closet to collectors to recyclers.
Read our interview with Wisconsin DNR's E-Cycle Coordinator Sarah Murray, discussing our partnership.
"We've come a long way in the last 10 years. There has been a lot of growth in our state's electronics collection and recycling infrastructure, which supports hundreds of jobs. Most households have better access to electronics recycling than they did 10 years ago. We want to build on those successes to make E-Cycle Wisconsin work even better going forward."
E-Cycle WI Coordinator