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Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling (ISWR) sends their materials to ECS out of Santa Clara, CA. They are "E-Stewards" and "R2" certified which are the highest certifications available for responsible electronic recycling. However, if there are concerns we suggest finding a means to destroy the data on the hard drive. ISWR does not do any processing with the electronics.
Electronics are banned from the Teton County Trash Transfer Station. Electronics may be dropped at the Recycling Center or at other "R2" and "E-Steward" certified organizations to ensure responsible disposal of electronics.
Proper disposal and recycling of computers and electronics is top priority for Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling (ISWR) - specifically - making sure that electronic waste is not shipped to third world countries for dismantling and recycling. JCR sends e-waste to ECS Refining in Santa Clara, CA.
ECS operates an electronics recovery and recycling program driven by funding from electronics manufacturers. Established in Wyoming in 2011, ECS operates programs in Montana, Idaho and North and South Dakota - states in which there is no legislated responsibility or requirement to take back these materials.