Oregon Electronics Recycling Law enacted in 2007 (House Bill 2626) creates and finances a statewide collection, transportation, and recycling system for desktop computers, portable computers, monitors and televisions (covered electronic devises or CED's).
Manufacturers of CED's sold or offered for sale in Oregon must either manage their own collection and recycling programs under a plan approved by DEQ or participate in the State contractor program established under this law. These programs must use environmentally sound management practices for the collection, transportation and recycling of CED's.
This new law began on January 1, 2009. The following is a list of qualifying CES's :
These items were previously collected at the Gooselake Landfill for a fee of $3.00 per item. With the implementation of this new program, they will now be collected for free.
Computer keyboards will also be accepted but will require a small fee to be paid at the time of delivery.
Items collected on January 1, 2009 and thereafter are covered under the MRM (Electronic Manufacturers Recycling Management Company) plan with the Gooselake Landfill being the collection site.
Covered entities are residents, small business/non-profits with fewer than 10 employees. These entities may bring up to 7 CED's at a time.
For further information call 541-947-6049
submitted by Nicki Cobian
Lakeview Sanitation located at 18461 Roberta Road offers recycling free of charge the following items:
For further information call Lakeview Sanitation at 541-947-2891
Gooselake Landfill located on County Road 216
Opportunity Shop located behind the Lake Co. Senior Center at 11 N. G Street
AD Hay School
Safeway and Stewart Marketeria
Lake County Crisis Center
Lake District Health