Electronics Recycling

E-cycling or electronics recycling is the practice of reusing, or distributing for reuse, electronic equipment and components rather than discarding them at the end of their life cycle.
Do not throw electronics out with household garbage or in your recycling bin! Electronics often contain toxic and finite metals and materials, such as lead, mercury, chromium, cadmium, beryllium, nickel, zinc, and brominated flame retardants. When not disposed of properly, these materials pollute our air, water, and soil, with consequences to human and animal health. Safely recycling outdated electronics can promote the safe management of hazardous components and supports the recovery and reuse of valuable materials.
Please bring items to the Electronics Recycling Drop-off site located at 150 W. Pine Street. Monday through Friday from 8:00am-1:00pm. 
 Acceptable Materials:
  • Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT)

  • Computers*

    • All-in-one
    • Desktop
    • E-reader
    • Interactive flat panel display (w/ processor)
    • Laptop
    • Tablet
    • Thin client
    • Virtual reality headset (w/ processor)
    • Workstation


  •  Computer Peripherals*

    • 3-D printer (intended for use w/ a computer and weighing <100 lbs.)
    • Document scanner (intended for use w/ a computer and weighing <100 lbs.)
    • Electronic keyboard
    • Electronic mouse or similar pointing device
    • Facsimile machine (intended for use w/ a computer and weighing <100 lbs.)
    • Label printer (intended for use w/ a computer and weighing <100 lbs.)
    • Monitor (>4" diagonally)
    • Printer ((intended for use w/ a computer and weighing <100 lbs.)


  • Small Electronic Equipment*

    • Cable or satellite receiver
    • Digital converter box
    • Digital video recorder (DVR)
    • Digital video disc (DVD) player
    • Electronic or video game console (handheld and those intended for use w/ a video display device)
    • Portable digital music player (w/ memory capability)
    • Projector w/ DVD player capability
    • Videocassette recorder (VCR) 


  • Small Scale Servers*

    • Designed in a desktop or similar form factor and capable of supporting only a single processor


    • 4" diagonally

     *Including any cable, cord, or wiring accompanying an acceptable item


Non-Acceptable Materials:
  • Loose batteries
  • Mercury-Containing Devices (thermostats, medical devices, thermometers)
  • Household Hazardous Waste
  • Materials containing liquids
  • Radioactive Materials including smoke alarms
  • PCB containing materials
  • CDs, DVDs, VHS Tapes, Cassette Tapes, Vacuum Cleaners
  • Light Bulbs (LED, CFL, Incandescent, etc.)
  • Microwaves, Toaster Ovens
  • Ink/Toner Cartridges