Local GovernmentsAs of January 1, 2009, the following government entities in Washington State may dispose of their unwanted covered electronic products free of charge through E-Cycle:
Promote E-Cycle with the Local Government Toolkit.
Visit the Public Outreach page for logos and other public outreach materials.
Collecting electronic products
Local governments may wish to work with the WMMFA to provide collection sites at public facilities. Local governments must register with Ecology if they wish to be compensated by a recycling plan for collecting electronics. Visit the Collector page for more information on how to register as a collector.
For information about the eligibility of collection events, see Collection Event FAQs.Local Government & Community Satisfaction Reports
Beginning in 2010, local governments and local communities are encouraged to submit an annual "Satisfaction Report" to Ecology by March 1, but may do so throughout the year. The entity responsible for preparing the solid waste management plan for an area is responsible for submitting the Satisfaction Report. The report must use a template Ecology provides that will include information on:
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