It's been three years since electronics recycling started in Newfoundland and Labrador, and so far more than 227,000 devices have been saved from the landfill and sent to Montreal, where their components are broken down.
About 90 per cent of the materials from the phones, laptops and televisions can be used again.
It's all financed by fees on electronics purchased in the province, which are among the highest in the country.
For example, you pay an extra $1.50 on a laptop, more than any other province, and $35 on a 46-inch TV. read more >>