Computer recycling, electronic recycling or e-waste recycling is the disassembly and separation of components and raw materials of waste electronics. Although the procedures of re-use, donation and repair are not strictly recycling, they are other common sustainable ways to dispose of IT waste.
Glass bottles: can be recycled in your local council's kerbside recycling collection service, at a Household Waste Recycling Centre and at local bottle banks (at bottle banks please separate glass into colours - blue bottles can go into green bottle banks).
How composting can help to eliminate organic waste, fertilize the soil, save money and reduce pollution. Back in grade school, composting was often one of the topics that came up in Science class, especially when recycling was the main point of discussion.
Changes to your green bin collection Are you ready? From October 2016 your green bin will be collected every 4 weeks. All other recycling collection frequencies will remain the same; the grey caddy will be collected every week; your blue bin, black box and textile bag will be collected every two weeks and your brown bin will be collected every four weeks.
Since certain components of electronic devices may be considered hazardous due to heavy metal or other constituents, the end-of-life handling of some electronic discards is regulated by either federal (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act--RCRA) or State (Health and Safety Code) hazardous waste laws, or both.
All business, government agency and non-profit agency greenwaste customers must have a Solid Waste Facility Disposal Permit.. Applications are available from the Scalehouse, the Department of Environmental Management Administrative Office or download this form.