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Electronics Recycling in Wisconsin

TVs, laptops, cellphones and other electronics contain valuable materials that can be recovered through responsible recycling. Electronics also contain hazardous materials, such as lead and mercury, that can harm human health and pollute the environment if not properly managed. Wisconsin’s electronics recycling law keeps millions of devices out of landfills and incinerators and creates recycling opportunities for state residents.

Find an electronics collection site or free mail-back program

How to recycle electronics

E-Cycle Wisconsin

Info about the statewide, manufacturer-funded program that recycles electronics used in homes and schools

Info for businesses handling used electronics

Regulations and best management practices for those who collect, store, transport, recycle or refurbish electronics

Outreach resources

Publication ordering, newsletter templates, PSAs and other free resources for educating customers and residents

Recycling batteries

Recommendations and requirements for safe management of used batteries

Electronics manufacturers

Requirements for manufacturers of covered electronic devices
Electronics manufacturers

E-Cycle Wisconsin collectors

Registration and compliance information for collection sites
E-Cycle Wisconsin collectors

E-Cycle Wisconsin recyclers

Registration and compliance information for recyclers
E-Cycle Wisconsin recyclers

Subscribe to Electronics Recycling Updates

DNR’s electronics recycling email newsletter
Subscribe to Electronics Recycling Updates