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Electronics Recycling Event - Woodridge Library

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Location: 
1801 Hamlin Street NE
Building: 
Woodridge Library
Details: 

The Sustainable Solid Waste Management Amendment Act of 2014, using the principles of extended producer responsibility, requires manufacturers of covered electronic equipment (CEE) sold in the District to collect and recycle electronic waste generated in the city. DOEE reviews and provides oversight of manufacturers’ collection and recycling plans. Under eCYCLE DC, there are requirements for manufacturers and retailers of covered electronic equipment (CEE) and there are new opportunities for individuals to properly recycle their electronics.

Please see the links below for more information.

  • Individuals- Learn how to recycle your electronics.

  • Manufacturers- Learn about manufacturer registration and collection requirements.

  • Retailers- Learn about the responsibility of retailers.

  • Resources- Find important documents related to eCYCLE DC.

With the support of Wisetek, a locally-based global leader in IT asset disposal (ITAD), re-use and manufacturing services,Samsung Electronics America will collect used electronic equipment at Library locations across the city, in addition to the DPW Ft. Totten Transfer Station residential drop-off facilities available every Saturday from 8am-3pm.

DC Public Library will host a collection event in every ward through the end of the year. New dates will be announced as the program continues. Items will be collected from 11 am. to 2 pm. at the following dates and locations:

Woodridge Library

1801 Hamlin Street NE

Washington DC 20018

Cost: 
Free
Ward: 
Ward 5
https://doee.dc.gov/ecycle