USPS providing e-waste recycling

In an effort to improve electronics recycling in the United States, the U.S. Postal Service is developing a free national collection program for small electronic items.

They provide pre-paid postage envelopes for small electronics to be shipped to a company that will recycle them. This innovative idea is being tested in a few areas now. Let’s hope it expands to being nationwide.

One Response to USPS providing e-waste recycling

  1. woody Wed, May 28, 2008 at 10:48 am #

    Many companies that make such things provide printable mail labels for recycling their products which you can get from their website. When my battery for my Nokia cell phone died, I went to their site and found the right mailer and sent it back to them to recycle.