Is There a Public Dump for Every County in the U.S.?

Is There a Public Dump for Every County in the U.S.?

In the United States, every county has a public dump, which is part of its solid waste program. But, this program does not have any proper cycle for electronic waste or e-waste in all the counties.

For example, Jefferson County's Department of Public Works in Washington has allocated a solid waste disposal facility at S.Jacob Miller Road, 3/4 mile off Highway 20. It also has a solid waste dropbox at 295312 Highway 101, South of Quilcene. Both residential and commercial waste can be disposed at either of these places.

Other than throwing away electronic waste, there are options, such as recycling, trading or selling them. Companies like Home Depot recycle specific e-waste items. Samsung is one example of company that accepts trade-ins.