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Following the rules isn’t always easy or convenient, unfortunately. But when you’re trying to run a successful business that clients and consumers trust to be scrupulous, protecting your reputation and following the rules are key to long-term success—even when it comes to disposing of your outdated, broken, or unwanted electronics and servers, junk known as “e-waste”. While you might think that tossing out old IT equipment isn’t a big deal and couldn’t possibly come back to haunt you, the truth is that compliant e-waste recycling is a major issue and subject to many different regulations at both the state and federal level.

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