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Long Island recyclers offer ways to tackle e-waste

Most electronics, including old computers and smartphones, can

Most electronics, including old computers and smartphones, can be broken down and recycled, but many recyclers warn that they need to be properly disposed of. (Credit: News 12 )

Electronic waste, otherwise known as e-waste, is a growing problem.

Most electronics, including old computers and smartphones, can be broken down and recycled, but many recyclers warn that they need to be properly disposed of.

“If it is not responsibly recycled, it will end up in the landfill where it will affect the water and the soil,” says Don Galindo, of Arrow Scrap.

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