A new mandate in New Jersey will require electronics manufacturers to provide and pay for the recycling of the devices if they want to sell them in the state. Health and Science reporter Meggan Kole talked to Assemblyman Reed Gusciora, who sponsored the bill.

    The new regulations are projected to increase the state’s electronics recycling from 12 million to 50 million pounds.


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