Computers & Electronics

Computers & Electronics

Computers and electronics can be recycled, but not in your curbside recycling. Most contain valuable metals that can be recovered through recycling. Types of equipment that can be recycled include desktops, towers, laptops, monitors, keyboards and peripherals, printers, modems, tablets, e-readers, telecom devices, networking equipment, cables, cell phones and video game systems.

Residents can recycle unwanted computer equipment and peripherals at their city service department throughout the year. See more about recycling computer equipment in your community

Electronics can also be recycled through local e-waste companies and at some retail locations.
Best Buy and Staples allow customers to drop-off items in store. Small personal electronics can be dropped off for recycling at the Solid Waste District.

Televisions can be recycled locally for a fee. Learn more about Televisions.

Are you a business? Businesses can see a list of computer and e-waste recyclers in our Business Recycling Directory.

The locations listed below accept donations of good, working, usable electronics to maintain their facilities or help the organization's mission.



In Ohio, there is not a ban on placing televisions and electronics in the regular trash but recycling options do exist.

Best Buy stores will recycle tube TVs (up to 32”), flat panel TVs (LCD, plasma, LED, smaller than 50") and portable TVs for a $25 fee per item. Many other types of electronics equipment are free. There is a limit of three TVs per household per day. Visit

E-Waste LLC is located in Hudson, call 330.650.0274. This company charges a fee based on the size of the television.

Businesses with TVs or other electronics can recycle the items via local specialized companies. See a list in our Business Recycling Directory.