WELCOME TO NEW JERSEY E-CYCLES!
On January 9, 2017, Governor Christie signed legislation that revised certain requirements of the State’s electronic waste management program under the “Electronic Waste Management Act” P.L.2007, c.347 as amended by P.L. 2008 c.130 and P.L. 2016, c.87 (N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99.94 et seq.) (the Act).
For amended language please visit
Please click HERE for information regarding the implementation process.
For the Electronic Waste Management Act (EWMA) Amendments information session visit
Reporting is now required semiannually. Click here for more information and to access the forms.
Attention E-waste Collection Sites Accepting Non-Residential CEDs: For information regarding notification requirements and obtaining an EPA ID Number,
please visit the Universal Waste Handler Fact Sheet.
Click here to find a local collection site near you or you may call
Who can recycle for FREE
New Jersey consumers and small businesses with fewer than 50 full-time employees, can recycle for free at the approved manufacturers collection sites.
What can be recycled for FREE
All computers, monitors, laptops, portable computers and televisions are accepted for free recycling. Please note that other electronic devices (keyboards, mice, printers, microwaves, etc.) are not included in this free program. Please check with your local collection site to determine if they will accept your other electronic device.
Is your Computer or TV too heavy?
If you can't lift your television or computer, click here for other options.
New Jersey recycles RESPONSIBLY
Each manufacturer must ensure to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) that electronic devices are recycled in a manner that is in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and ordinances.
Manufacturers must also ensure that these devices are not exported for disposal in a manner that poses a risk to the public health or the environment.