150 Statues of Liberty.
That is the weight equivalent to how much end-of-life electronics have been recycled so far through the Electronic Products Recycling Program.
The government started the program in 2007.
Program Director Gayleen Creelman says she already has her sights set on the next 50,000 metric tonne milestone.
The program collects and recycles televisions, computers, audio and video devices, keeping them out of the landfill and putting them back into the manufacturing chain.
Creelman notes for just 1 tonne of copper product used in new electronics, it takes 14 tonnes of computer or electronic waste to accumulate that. In natural resources, that number is 80,000 tonnes.
Recent polls show 80% of us are still hanging on to electronics past their life cycle.