Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Items Accepted for Electronics Recycling at Weird Waste Day (no recycling fee)

Desktop Computing

desktops, mini-towers, laptops and handhelds, notebooks, tablets, hard drives


laserjets, deskjets, thermal, dot matrix, line printers, plotters, paper trays


keyboards, mice, power supplies, cables, speakers, external drives, etc.


CRTs, LCDs,WYSE terminals, etc.

Office Equipment

copiers, scanners, fax machines, typewriters

Audio/Video Equipment

tv's and displays, vcr/dvd players, projectors, video and audio conferencing systems, smart/electronic white boards

Mobile Devices

cellular phones, Blackberry/PDAs, pagers

Telecom Equipment

telephones, switches, PBX, voice mail and VoIP systems, voice stations headsets

Storage Equipment

video tapes, audio tapes, CD's tape, hard, thumb flash and zip drives, data backup systems, disk arrays, SAN


mid-range and servers, power conditioning/UPS systems cabinets, relay racks

Networking Equipment

hubs, cables, routers, switches, bridges


microwaves, dehumidifiers, air-conditioners, vacuum cleaners, metals- aluminum, steel, copper, cameras, video games, ipods, iphones, ipads


AC adapters, memory, motherboards, network, sound and video cards, CD/DVD drives

Healthcare Equipment

All non-biohazardous equipment: defibrillators, EKG machines, mobile carts/workstations, patient monitors


currency and coin counters, transaction drawers, check encoders and scanners, receipt printers, ATM machines


POS systems/registers, barcode scanners, receipt and barcode printers, card readers, touch screen monitors

Other Items Accepted for a small charge:

Household batteries--you may recycle up to 2 lbs of batteries at no charge. Each additional lb. will be charged at $0.75/lb.
Florescent bulbs (compact and regular)--you may recycle up to 3 bulbs at no charge. Each additional bulb will be charged at $0.50/bulb

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