Resource Details

Sustainability

E-Cycle Wisconsin Collection Grant Program

To provide more electronics recycling opportunities in underserved areas of the state, grants under this program must be used for hosting an electronics collection site or event or series of collection sites or events. Any site or event that receives grant funding must be registered with E-Cycle Wisconsin once the site is open or event details are finalized. The collector registering the site or event must meet all E-Cycle Wisconsin program requirements for registered collectors.

Eligibility

Businesses, local units of government, nonprofit entities, tribal governing bodies

Top Benefits

  • Provides funding for collecting electronics from households or schools.
  • The deadline is February 17th, 2023.

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