Electronic waste, or e-waste, is any discarded electronic device that has reached the end of its life cycle. This includes computers, phones, printers, tablets, televisions, and more. In today’s world, where technology seems to be advancing at breakneck speed, e-waste is a growing problem that can have serious environmental consequences if not appropriately addressed. Fortunately,
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Talking Trash: Green Tips Podcast, Episode 25 featuring Christopher Regis / Green Century Electronics
Check out this interview with our very own Christopher Regis and Peggy Lapoint on The Talking Trash: Green Tips Podcast Episode 25. Learn more about how to safely recycle your electronics and the resources available to you in the Portland and Seattle areas.
The Ultimate Guide to Cell Phone Recycling Whoop! The newest model of your phone just came out, and you are ready for an upgrade! Having the latest and greatest phone is fun and functional for many people globally. Unfortunately, that leaves you with an old cell phone. Rather than stuff it in a drawer or
Ultimate Guide to Laptop Recycling Is your laptop getting old, slow, or maybe it got recently damaged? If you are in the process of buying a new laptop, that means it is time to recycle the old one. In this ultimate guide to laptop recycling, we will cover why laptop recycling is vital for our
COVID-19 response To our customers and our community In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, GCER is making adjustments to our staff and our operating hours. Office staff will be working from home until further notice. All plans and steps have been taken to assure seamless communication with our customers during this time We will also
Oregon Ecycles Oregon E-Cycles is a statewide program, financed by manufacturers, that provides responsible recycling of computers, monitors and TVs. Anyone bringing seven or fewer items at one time may recycle their electronics at no charge at participating collection sites. Since January 1, 2010, the disposal of computers, monitors, and TVs is prohibited in Oregon.