1-800-Recycling.com Identifies State by State Recycling Guidelines

Source: Environmental Expert.com

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)– 1-800-Recycling.com, an interactive website dedicated to enhancing and democratizing the consumer recycling experience while making practical suggestions about green living, has compiled an interactive map and complete searchable list of recycling guidelines for each state in the USA.

An informative, clickable map and list of every state and its unique guidelines and recycling rules are now available at 1800recycling.com/state-guidelines/.

“1-800-Recycling.com was designed to help people achieve their recycling goals and live greener lifestyles,” said John S. Shegerian, Chairman and CEO of Electronic Recyclers International (ERI), the nation’s leading recycler of electronics and e-waste, and parent company of 1-800-Recycling.com. “This particular element of our site is something we’d been asked about and chose to provide as a searchable tool to help individuals and businesses who want to recycle but are confused as to what their particular home state’s guidelines entail.”

1-800-Recycling.com also features an archive of original news articles about green practices for businesses or individuals, recycling, tips, educational information and interviews. Content is updated daily, and for those reading the articles who become inspired, 1-800-Recycling.com provides its visitors everywhere in the United States with a dedicated tool to find recycling locations nearest to them (every zip code in the country is covered) for whatever it is they wish to recycle.

Consumers can also opt to call 1-800-Recycling via telephone for a 24/7 phone line resource. Both the site and the phone service will be able to direct users to responsible recyclers of electronics, tires, oil, paint, glass, plastic, household hazardous waste, wood, mattresses, carpet, junk – basically everything that can be recycled.

For more information on recycling needs, visit www.electronicrecyclers.com, http://1800recycling.com or www.urbanmining.org.