With no federal standards regulating what electronic items get recycled or how, the state-by-state approach has left this patchwork of inconsistent regulations. Half of all states have laws for electronic recycling. Some states' programs cover only households, ignoring businesses and schools. Many programs cover laptops and tablets but exclude common items like printers or e-readers.
Source: Electronics Recycling Coordination Clearinghouse. *Not all products included in this list. Some states, including New York and Illinois, have programs that cover several additional products including computer mice and keyboards, scanners, fax machines, set top boxes like Roku or Apple TV, media players or computer servers.