The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has awarded over $600,000 in grants to support 14 recycling projects in Michigan.

Grand Rapids-based electronic recycling company Comprenew is receiving $67,500 to expand their electronic recycling to 10 new locations across Michigan.

Comprenew currently has 19 recycle drop-off locations in Michigan. Four of those drop-off locations are also retail stores which sell refurbished electronics.

• Bay Area Recyling for Charities, $65,000
• City of Detroit Department of Public Works, $95,000
• Comprenew, $67,500
• Eagle Harbor Township, $6,000
• Emmet County Department of Public Works, $82,000
• Houghton County, $92,000
• Muskegon River Watershed Assembly, $92,000
• Northeast Michigan Council of Governments, $50,000
• Oceana Conservation District, $1,300
• Recycle Ann Arbor, $19,500
• Resource Recovery and Recycling Authority of Southwest Oakland County, $8,200
• Tuscola County Recycling Material Recovery Facility, $22,000
• Village of Constantine, $3,000
• Washtenaw Intermediate School District, $32,000

Comprenew was founded in 1986 and has been offering recycling to the public since 1999.