E-waste is defined as covered electronic equipment that has been discarded or is no longer wanted by its owner, or for any other reason enters the waste collection, recovery, treatment, processing, or recycling system. Some examples include computers, computer peripherals, televisions, small scale servers, and small electronic equipment.
E-waste that is not classified as hazardous waste per the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation is regulated by the Business Integrity Commission (BIC) and requires a BIC-issued trade waste removal license or registration. This license ensures that all trade waste businesses exhibit, “good character, honesty, and integrity.”
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