Stay tuned for the next electronics recycling event in Spring 2019.
Acceptable items include (10 item limit):
- Televisions (Limit 2)
- Computers (laptops, notebooks, netbooks, tablets)
- Portable digital music players
- Video game consoles
- Small scale servers
- Electronic keyboards
- Facsimile (fax) machines
- Electronic mice
- Videocassette recorders (VCRs)
- Digital converter boxes
Many electronic products contain toxic lead, mercury, cadmium, and other materials that pose environmental and health risks that must be managed. Many electronic items contain metals, plastics, or leaded glass that can be recycled into basic commodities or products, and then re-marketed for re-use. The re-use of these components conserves natural resources and energy, and contributes to reduced air and water pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
Local governments have compiled a listing of local retailers, recyclers and non-profit organizations that will accept electronic devices for recycling or reuse. See Where Do I Recycle It?
Multifamily property owners and commercial businesses must secure a contract with a registered electronics recycler to collect electronics. Please see a list of registered recyclers here.