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  • The Washington Department of Ecology reports that in the first 2 1/2 years, the state e-cycle program has collected over 100 million pounds of unwanted TVs, computers and monitors.

    The Seattle Times

  • How to e-cycle your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or PC for an Apple gift card How to grow and prepare cabbage

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • So whether it's a business or a home, anyone who doesn't need their old electronics should e-cycle them.

    ABC 4: Top Stories

  • * Set an e-cycle electronic waste collection event for April 24 at the Jackson Recycling Center.

    seMissourian.com Headlines

  • They offer recycling through America Airlines Center, and they will host their second annual e-cycle drive at the arena Apr. 9.

    SLAM Online

  • Following are some tips for how to e-cycle properly.

    Blisstree

  • There should really have been a link or an address or a phone number in the story with this kind of information so that people will be able to dispose of their electronic equipment during the rest of the year. e-cycle St. Louis Electronics Recycling -- a map showing various places which except these items.

    respublica

  • For those readers who may be doing a little spring cleaning in the coming weeks, or who just have some old electronic equipment (computers and televisions) laying around, Pullman Disposal, located at 135 NW Harold Drive (across from the Hawthorn Inn Hilltop Restaurant) accept computer monitors, televisions, laptop and desktop computers for recycling free of charge under the state's e-cycle initiative.

    The Daily Evergreen News Feed

  • Washington State will be able to recycle 'e-cycle' much of their e-waste such as computers, monitors, and TVs though not others such as cellphones, mice, and printers.

    VoIP & Gadgets Blog

  • UK businesses are pouring thousands of pounds down the drain by failing to cash in on the monetary value of old IT equipment, according to a survey by IT refurbisher Remploy e-cycle.

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  • "The practice of recycling computers, computer components and other electronics through reusing or donating them until the end of their lifecycle. E-cycling encourages people to reduce, reuse and recycle rather than dispose of these items prematurely when upgrading to newer products. At the end of the electronics' life, people are then encouraged to dispose of the item at an electronics recycler to keep the electronics out of landfills and reduce the amount of electronic waste." --Webopedia

    May 16, 2009