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LCD Monitor Recycling

Fourstar Group (FSG) encourages consumers to recycle their used electronics; including all waste computer monitors, digital photo frames. FSG brands are: STARLOGIC®, SYNAPS®, VUESCAPE® AND TOUCHMARK®.

Note: this line of products was discontinued in 2008.

Residents of Indiana:

In May of 2009 the state of Indiana passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Indiana residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Indiana, please visit Recycle Indiana.

FSG, the brand owner, provides free and convenient access to recycling for its LCD monitors, for the residents of Indiana, as provided by law. Please visit http://www.mrmrecycling.com/ or http://www.mrmrecycling.com/collection_in.htm or call toll-free 1-888-769-0149 for more information on recycling.

Residents of Maine:

Beginning July 20, 2006, all waste computer monitors generated by households in Maine must be recycled (unless shipped out of state for disposal). Please contact your local municipality for information about how and where to recycle your computer monitors in your area. For more information please visit the Maine Department of Environmental Protection website at http://www.maine.gov/dep/rwm/ewaste/index.htm.

Residents of Michigan:

Effective April 1, 2010 Michigan Law #324.17301 will take effect; more commonly known as Act 451. All waste computer monitors generated by households and small businesses (with fewer than 10 employees) in Michigan must be recycled. Fourstar (FSG), as the brand owner has registered with the State of Michigan for such recycling. For more information on this law, see www.legislature.mi.gov or contact the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).

FSG, the brand owner, provides free and convenient access to recycling for its LCD monitors, for the residents of Michigan, as provided by law. Please visit http://www.mrmrecycling.com/ or http://www.mrmrecycling.com/collection_mi.htm or call toll-free 1-888-769-0149 for more information on recycling.

Residents of Oklahoma:

Beginning January 1, 2009, all waste computer monitors generated by households in Oklahoma must be recycled. FSG, as the brand owner is responsible to offer recycling options to residents of Oklahoma. For more information on this law, see http://www.sos.state.ok.us/documents/Legislation/51st/2008/2R/SB/1631.pdf or contact the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ).


FSG, the brand owner, provides free and convenient access to recycling for its LCD monitors, for the residents of Oklahoma, as provided by law. Please visit http://www.mrmrecycling.com/collection_ok.htm or www.ecotakeback.com to begin.

Residents of Texas:

Beginning September 1, 2008, all waste computer monitors generated by households in Texas must be recycled. FSG, as the brand owner is responsible to offer recycling options to residents of Texas. For more information on this law please visit Texas Commission on Environmental Quality website at http://www.tceq.state.tx.us/


FSG, the brand owner, provides free and convenient access to recycling for its LCD monitors, for the residents of Texas, as provided by law. Please visit http://www.mrmrecycling.com/collection_tx.htm or http://mrm.ecotakeback.com to begin.

Residents of Virginia:

Beginning July 1, 2009, all waste computer monitors generated in Virginia must be recycled. FSG, as the brand owner is responsible to offer recycling options to residents of Virginia. For more information on this law please visit Virginia Department of Environmental Quality’s website at www.deq.virginia.gov/ecycling.

FSG, the brand owner, provides free and convenient access to recycling for its LCD monitors, for the residents of Virginia, as provided by law. Please visit http://www.mrmrecycling.com/collection_va.htm or www.ecotakeback.com to begin.

Other states:

For other states, please consult your state's environmental protection or electronic waste office or municipality. FSG contracts and or registers with other states/municipalities with e-waste laws based either on end-of-product-life recycling and / or an upfront fee based on annual sales of covered products.

Additional information about recycling. Not affiliated with FSG:

Where Can I Donate or Recycle My Old Computer and Other Electronic Products?

10 ways to recycle your computer

Click here to submit consumer feedback on recycling.

 

 

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