- To address e-Cycling issues, Iowa commissioned an e-waste characterization study (PDF) (111 pp, 1.5MB About PDF) conducted pilot projects assess the best means for collecting used electronics and issued a Legislative Strategy Report for Electronic Waste in Iowa (PDF) (31 pp, 102K About PDF)
- In addition the Iowa Electronics Waste website has information on how to recycle e-waste, and the Environmental and Health Hazards associated with e-waste.
Kansas Department of Health and Environment's website Where Can I Recycle E-Waste?
The Department of Natural Resources provided funding for a market development study: Expanding and Developing Markets For Used and End-Of-Life Electronics (PDF). (153 pp, 1.2MB About PDF)
The DNR has developed an electronics recycling program called e-cycle Missouri.
Although waste computers and monitors generated from households are not considered or regulated as hazardous waste in Nebraska, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) encourages households to recycle or reuse computers. Guidance regarding the proper disposal of computers is available on the NDEQ website.
With a grant from EPA Region 7, the Nebraska State Recycling Association, in cooperation with the Northeast Recycling Council, developed a "Toolkit For Setting Up Electronics Recycling Programs" with three sections: