TDR Expands E-waste Collection Services to Tracy

tracydropoff 460 W. Larch, #25, 1 block south of 205 at the S. Tracy Blvd. exit. Turn right into 460 larch, turn left between the second and third buildings. on the left at the end.


TDR Electronic Recycling, Fremont, CA has expanded its collection, pick-up, and recycling services to Tracy with a new drop off location to be at 2227 N. MacArthur Drive in Tracy.  TDR  is a Northern California ewaste recycling and collection company that recycles all ewaste, TVs, and monitors in accordance with government regulated standards.  TDR also offers solutions to local businesses that wish to recycle or remove electronic equipment, and services include complete clean out solutions fro offices to warehouses. 

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TDR Expands E-waste Collection Services to Tracy2016-02-03T01:44:05+00:00

Advances in Regulation and Industry Certification Are Driving Increases in Recycling and Reuse of Scrap Electronics, According to Pike Research – MarketWatch

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June 11, 2012, 5:00 a.m. EDT

Advances in Regulation and Industry Certification Are Driving Increases in Recycling and Reuse of Scrap Electronics, According to Pike Research […]

Advances in Regulation and Industry Certification Are Driving Increases in Recycling and Reuse of Scrap Electronics, According to Pike Research – MarketWatch2016-02-03T01:37:34+00:00

California Agency Considers Allowing CRT Glass in – Electronics Recycling

State proposal to allow CRT glass into landfills imperils $2M Stockton plant

(The following is an article by the Stockton [Calif.] Record)

California has long outlawed landfill disposal of glass from old television sets and computer monitors, because it’s heavily laden with lead and other toxic metals.

But in an unusual role reversal, state toxins regulators propose relaxing those rules, and some companies in the business of recycling glass from cathode-ray tubes, or CRTs, are objecting. –>read more 

California Agency Considers Allowing CRT Glass in – Electronics Recycling2016-02-03T01:38:25+00:00

Designed for the dump


Many electronic products are designed for the dump. They have short-life spans, or become obsolete quickly. They are often expensive to repair, and sometimes it’s difficult to find parts. Many consumer-grade electronics products are cheaper to replace than to fix even if you can find someone to fix it.  […]

Designed for the dump2016-02-03T01:38:25+00:00

More states ban disposal of electronics in landfills

Dec 19, 2011. USA Today: Seventeen states have banned electronic waste from landfills, requiring it to be recycled so its toxic materials don’t leach into groundwater. Seven of these bans took effect this year, and two more will take effect soon: Illinois in January 2012 and Pennsylvania in January 2013.

More states ban disposal of electronics in landfills2016-02-03T01:38:25+00:00

E-Waste Export Bill to Stop Global E-Waste Dumping & Boost Green Jobs

(Washington, DC – June 23, 2011)  U.S. Representatives Gene Green (D-TX) and Mike Thompson (D-CA) yesterday introduced new legislation – the Responsible Electronics Recycling Act of 2011, HR 2284– to stop sham U.S. “recyclers” from dumping electronic waste on developing countries and to promote recycling jobs at home. The bill is supported by environmental groups as well as electronic manufacturers (Dell, HP, Samsung, Apple, and Best Buy), all of which already have policies that prohibit the export of e-waste to developing nations.  The bill also has bipartisan support, including sponsors Reps. Steven LaTourette (R-OH) and Lee Terry (R-NE). […]

E-Waste Export Bill to Stop Global E-Waste Dumping & Boost Green Jobs2016-02-03T01:38:25+00:00