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E-Waste Roundup results are in

TWU faculty, staff, students, and community members came together to divert 2,180 pounds of electronic waste (e-waste) from landfills during April’s E-Waste Roundup, the most e-waste collected since the start of the event and a 44% increase from last year. TWU's recycling partner, Computer Crusher, detailed the following waste that was recovered from donations:

  • 63 lbs toxic metals
  • 61 lbs lead
  • 45 lbs aluminum
  • 595 lbs steel
  • 2 lbs arsenic
  • Plus 3,039 lbs of GHG emissions reduced


Computer Crusher welcomes recyclers year-round to their facility in Denton. Drop-off information can be found on their website.