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City of Dallas – Electronic Waste Recycling

Posted by youngsierrans on January 14, 2009

For information on the current City of Dallas e-waste program click here. Broader info on the Texas Take Back e-waste program can be found here.

Past Event
This class is open to the public and is canceled if there are fewer than five RSVPs.

When: Tuesday, January 27th, 2009
Where: ECO Park Room 119
Time: NOON – 1:30 PM
Speaker: City of Dallas Representative
Reservations: Dayna Cowley –

Description: Discarded electronics products contain toxic materials that can pose hazards to human health and the environment when sent to the landfill or incinerated. This class discusses the importance of recycling electronics, e-waste regulations, and the resources that are available to consumers.


2 Responses to “City of Dallas – Electronic Waste Recycling”

  1. Noah Zork said

    I have recently become aware of the growing problem of e-waste and am very dissapointed to see that the class has already taken place. I am trying to gather as much information on the subject as possible and would like to know if there is a repeat of the lecture or if there are any other classes on a similar topic scheduled.

  2. Peter said

    Noah – The best way to stay informed of city of Dallas public education classes is to review the Office of Environmental Quality’s monthly newsletter found on the Green Dallas website ( For other info/public courses I would simply search the subject e-waste online. I found an article by WIRED mag (E-Waste: Dark Side of the Digital Age) and various gov’t agency sites with more info. I hope this helps! ~Peter

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