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2014 Electronic Recycling Day Accepted Items List

List of Acceptable Electronic Equipment for Recycling

Computer Devices:

Computers/Laptops
Monitors:

CRT, LCD, Security

Televisions:

CRT, Flat Panel (LCD, Plasma, LED), Console, Projection

Networking Devices:

Servers, Routers, Switches, Hubs, Arrays

Printing Devices:

Printers, Fax Machines, Scanners, Copiers, Duplicators, Plotters, Typewriters

Audio/Video Devices:

CD/DVD/VHS/Blu-Ray Players, MP3 Players, iPods, Projectors, Stereos, Video Game Consoles, Speakers, Receivers (audio, cable, satellite), Recorders, Converter Boxes

Communication Devices:

Cell Phones, Smart Phones, PDAs, Telephones, Pagers, Answering Machines

Power Supplies:

UPSs (Uninterrupted Power Supplies), Surge Protectors

Microwaves

 

Peripherals:

All items used in the function of these devices (i.e.: keyboards, mice, speakers, pointing devices, etc.)

Wire/Cabling:

All cables, wires and power chords used in the function of these devices

Hardware:

all parts that are, or once were, part of these devices (i.e.: circuit boards, hard drives, RAM, processors, power supplies, optical/floppy drives, etc.)

Batteries:

Those from cell phones, laptops, UPSs, and Power Supplies

Telecommunication Devices

 

Lab/Test/Measurement Devices:

Meters, Oscilloscopes, Analyzers, Testers, etc.

Paper/Cardboard:

White ledger (copy paper any size with light printing), Office Mix (magazines, newspapers, colored paper, envelopes, sticky notes, register tape, etc); Cardboard

Air Conditioners:                     

There will be a $10 fee per AC unit.

 

   

List of Unacceptable Electronic Equipment for Recycling

Household Hazardous Waste:

Paint, Oil, Cleaning Supplies, Medication (pills, liquids, etc.)

Liquids:

Any and all liquids

Light-bulbs/Lamps:

Fluorescent, Incandescent, HID, Flood, PL, Biax, etc.

Home Appliances:

Washers/Driers, Dishwashers, Refrigerators, Stoves, Vacuum Cleaners, Lamps

Batteries:

Alkaline, Lead-acid, etc.

Gas Powered Equipment

 

Lawn Equipment