What To Do With Chargers, Power Cords, Other E-waste

Workers sort batteries in an e-waste recycling factory in Jingmen, Hubei province, China.
Workers sort batteries in an e-waste recycling factory in Jingmen, Hubei province, China. Jie Zhao/Corbis via Getty Images
Workers sort batteries in an e-waste recycling factory in Jingmen, Hubei province, China.
Workers sort batteries in an e-waste recycling factory in Jingmen, Hubei province, China. Jie Zhao/Corbis via Getty Images

What To Do With Chargers, Power Cords, Other E-waste

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Every time we get a new device, the cords, chargers and old devices themselves begin to pile up, tucked away in some drawer or cabinet.

Reset discusses how you can repurpose and recycle the e-waste in your life.

GUEST: Chris Velazco, Washington Post technology writer