Napa Leads the State of California in Electronics Recycling

Government Technology - The city of Napa, Calif., Napa Recycling and Waste Services (NRWS) and local residents and businesses did their part for the environment by collecting over 65 tons of unwanted computer monitors, televisions, cell phones and other electronic junk for proper reuse and/or recycling this month at Napa's eighth annual computer and electronics recycling drive.

The California Integrated Waste Management Board reports that the annual event once again yielded the most electronic waste collected at a single-location event anywhere in the state this year, in keeping with Napa's track record of consistently leading the state and often even the nation in the collection of electronic waste, particularly when measured on a per capita basis. Click here for the rest of the article.

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