Links

Below are links to other websites for additional information about electronics recycling and recycling in general.

Natural Evolution’s eBay Store

American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma

The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of NM

City of Santa Fe, NM

City of Tulsa

earth911
Provides a network designed to connect consumers with recycling resources.

Electronic Recyclers International
Electronic Recyclers International.

E.P.A. Recycling Reference
Government facts and programs for recycling.

E-Stewards

INCOG
A Tulsa Governmental Agency that provides support for many projects including environmental projects.

ISRI
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. is the voice of the recycling industry.

M.E.T.
The Metropolitan Environmental Trust coordinates and promotes recycling and environmental events in the metropolitan Tulsa area including Broken Arrow, Jenks, Glenpool, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Owasso, and Bixby. Call the M.E.T. with non-electronics recycling questions.

National Recycling Coalition
A national organization that promotes recycling.

New Mexico Recycling Coalition
The official website of the New Mexico Recycling Coalition.

Oklahoma Association For Environmental Educators
Helpful ideas for the classroom

Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ
For a clean, attractive, prosperous Oklahoma

Oklahoma Sustainability Network
Connecting those who are working towards sustainability in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Waste Exchange Network

OzoneAlert.com
A Tulsa Web site that gives information about ground-level ozone pollution.

Recycle City
An Environmental Protection Agency site that serves as an introduction to recycling.

Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition
Rich statistics on components and toxins in PC waste.

Sustainable Tulsa
The Tulsa Chapter of the Oklahoma Sustainability Network.

The Oklahoma Recycling Association
A state-wide organization recycling organization

Tulsa PC Power
PC Power’s mission is to refurbish computers for needy children, at-risk children, and disabled adults in northeastern Oklahoma.