Zero waste groups kickstart solar panel recycling in California

Zero Waste Sonoma in California is working to help residents in the North Bay area recycle their used solar panels.

Solar power is a great alternative, but recycling the large panels is a tall order. Now, a group in California is helping residents recycle their solar panels.

Zero Waste Sonoma is working to help residents in the North Bay area deal with their used solar panels. Residents were once confused on what to do with their materials, but Zero Waste Sonoma held a collection event, along with an e-waste drop-off, at the Luther Burbank Center in Santa Rosa.

“Ultimately our goal is to recycle panels,” said Courtney Scott, Zero Waste Sonoma’s Household Hazardous Waste Program manager.

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Source: Waste 360

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