Local governments have the opportunity to play an important role in promoting the Oregon E-Cycles program. This can include educating people about the importance of recycling electronics, e-cycling, helping individuals and businesses locate participating collection sites, and assisting with inquiries from the public and media. If you receive technical questions that you cannot answer, please direct them to Oregon E-Cycles program staff
Monster in Your Closet Campaign
DEQ's “Monster in Your Closet" campaign is designed to inform, remind and motivate Oregon households to take advantage of the state's free electronics recycling program. This campaign was the result of extensive research that revealed two-thirds of Oregon households have old, unused electronics stored away that are eligible for the Oregon E-Cycles program.
Local governments and other partners are invited and encouraged to use the campaign resources.
This plan provides a full preview of all campaign materials, including suggestions on how to use the materials and what design file formats are available. This document also identifies the key research findings that informed the campaign.
Campaign resources (English)
- Bill stuffers
- Digital ads
- Door hanger
- Newsletter templates
- Newsletter/blog articles
- One-sheet flyer
- Shelf talkers
- Social media illustrations
- Social media videos
Several resources are also available in Spanish, including bill stuffers, posters and translated text for general use. All materials are available in multiple design formats, including print-ready files. Many of the materials include customization options, such as the ability to insert your agency's logo and update text when appropriate, such as promoting a local collection event.
To access any of these materials or discuss best ways to use these resources, please contact Julie Miller at 503-229-5509.