Computers & Electronics

Computers & Electronics


Computers and electronics can be recycled, but not in your curbside recycling cart or bin.

Most electronics contain valuable metals that can be recovered through a special drop-off recycling program. Items 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 through our  partnership with municipalities in a countywide 
computer recycling program.

Other electronics can be recycled through local e-waste companies and at retail locations. 
Best Buy and Staples allow customers to drop-off items in store for free. Small personal electronics (phones, tablets, GPS) can be dropped off for recycling at the Solid Waste District.

Republic Services offers a pre-paid 
Electronics Recycling Mail-Back Program, especially for items containing rechargeable batteries.  

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

Looking to recycle other items? Use the "What Do I Do With?" search engine at the top of every page.

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.


Donation Locations