Where you live may dictate what can and cannot be thrown in the local landfill. What your location doesn’t change is the impact hazardous material can have on your drinking water.
Banning Electronic Waste
E-waste bans are becoming more popular and have been enacted by 17 states to try and up the ante and encourage people to seek avenues other than the garbage can. Currently, some 25 states have regulations meant to control e waste and educate people about proper and legal disposal. The reality of these regulations and even the bans is they may prove difficult to enforce. To read the whole article from USA Today click here.