Category Archives: E-waste

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips When it comes to recycling, ever wonder what goes where? The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability’s NEW brochure takes all the guesswork out of recycling offering helpful tips, location drop-offs, and other information regarding your recyclables.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Tips When it comes to recycling, ever wonder what goes where? The City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability’s NEW brochure takes all the guesswork out of recycling offering helpful tips, location drop-offs, and other information regarding your recyclables.

“Get Your Green On” and Recycle Your Old Electronic Items This Holiday Season!

by Christine Wied Getting a new television, ipad or other electronic item this holiday season?  Recycle the old, outdated, or broken electronic items right away and responsibly.  If you are a resident of the Cities of Ventura, Camarillo or Ojai

“Get Your Green On” and Recycle Your Old Electronic Items This Holiday Season!

by Christine Wied Getting a new television, ipad or other electronic item this holiday season?  Recycle the old, outdated, or broken electronic items right away and responsibly.  If you are a resident of the Cities of Ventura, Camarillo or Ojai

FREE Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Events

City of Ventura residents and small businesses (CESQG’s) are encouraged to visit the monthly FREE Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Events and take advantage of the opportunity to dispose of HHW items properly — and avoid the risks associated with

FREE Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Events

City of Ventura residents and small businesses (CESQG’s) are encouraged to visit the monthly FREE Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Events and take advantage of the opportunity to dispose of HHW items properly — and avoid the risks associated with

Cell Phone Recycling

In 1994, 16 million Americans subscribed to cellular phone services. Today, more than 110 million Americans are subscribers. Some experts predict that worldwide subscriber numbers will reach 1.2 billion people by 2005. Can I Recycle my Cell Phone? Yes. Cell

Cell Phone Recycling

In 1994, 16 million Americans subscribed to cellular phone services. Today, more than 110 million Americans are subscribers. Some experts predict that worldwide subscriber numbers will reach 1.2 billion people by 2005. Can I Recycle my Cell Phone? Yes. Cell

Recycling Electronics (e-waste)

The issue of Electronic Waste (E-waste) is global, especially since many countries ship their toxic leftovers overseas. This new crisis is leading to a variety of programs and legislative approaches. What items are considered Electronic Waste? Electronic Waste consists of

Recycling Electronics (e-waste)

The issue of Electronic Waste (E-waste) is global, especially since many countries ship their toxic leftovers overseas. This new crisis is leading to a variety of programs and legislative approaches. What items are considered Electronic Waste? Electronic Waste consists of

Batteries & Recycling

Can I put old batteries in the trash? No! Batteries don’t go in the trash. Batteries contain heavy metals and other hazardous materials that may leach out from landfills into the soil, contaminating precious ground water and everything around it.

Batteries & Recycling

Can I put old batteries in the trash? No! Batteries don’t go in the trash. Batteries contain heavy metals and other hazardous materials that may leach out from landfills into the soil, contaminating precious ground water and everything around it.

The Types of Waste – Residential & Business

What are some different types of waste? Electronic Waste  – Because of toxic components, the State of California has declared that electronic items such as:  televisions, computers and monitors, laptops, telephones, cell phones, FAX machines, microwave ovens, radios, stereos, VCR’s,

The Types of Waste – Residential & Business

What are some different types of waste? Electronic Waste  – Because of toxic components, the State of California has declared that electronic items such as:  televisions, computers and monitors, laptops, telephones, cell phones, FAX machines, microwave ovens, radios, stereos, VCR’s,

Think GREEN And Consider These Useful Tips

Unplug appliances, AC/DC chargers, turn-off lights and power down computers when not in use. Carpool, walk, bike or take public transportation to get to your destination. Use energy efficient bulbs (CFL) and only use as much light as needed. Try

Think GREEN And Consider These Useful Tips

Unplug appliances, AC/DC chargers, turn-off lights and power down computers when not in use. Carpool, walk, bike or take public transportation to get to your destination. Use energy efficient bulbs (CFL) and only use as much light as needed. Try

What is electronic waste (e-waste), and how can I dispose of it?

Because of toxic components, the State of California has directed that electronic items such as televisions, computers and monitors, laptops, telephones, cell phones, FAX machines, microwave ovens, stereos, radios, printers and other electronic equipment can no longer go into the

What is electronic waste (e-waste), and how can I dispose of it?

Because of toxic components, the State of California has directed that electronic items such as televisions, computers and monitors, laptops, telephones, cell phones, FAX machines, microwave ovens, stereos, radios, printers and other electronic equipment can no longer go into the