Lake County, Montana

Solid Waste
E-Waste

With more than 100 million Americans recycling, there are still many people out there who are not aware of why it is so important that you recycle your old electronics.

Most importantly, electronics can pollute our air and water when they are disposed with regular waste. This is something that we as an industry have just recently become aware of, as e-waste is something that barely existed 20 years ago. Because technology is advancing at such a quick pace, it is now one of the fastest growing sources of pollution.

When you choose a certified electronics recycler, you are ensuring that any data stored on your devices is completely removed. When you just toss an old computer in the trash, you risk having the right hacker find his or her way to your sensitive information.

With so many reasons why you should recycle, it is hard to believe that some people could still put their old laptops in the trash. Share this article with your friends and coworkers to make sure that everyone you know takes part in responsible recycling.

Lake County Solid Waste is not a Certified Electronic Recycler, we contract with one for our Spring E-Waste events to benefit Lake County residents and community.

If you want to sponsor or volunteer, contact Lake County Solid Waste Office

 

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Lake County Solid Waste is not a Certified Electronic Recycler, we contract with one for our Spring E-Waste events to benefit Lake County residents and our community



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