Electronics must be disposed of in a specific way but many old devices wind up in landfills. When improperly disposed of, computers, phones, and other electronics cannot be recycled—and may pose a serious environmental threat to local lands.
e-Waste Day is an opportunity for your organization, friends, family, colleagues, and clients to responsibly dispose of your old and unused devices!
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What to Bring
- Computer & Smartphone Batteries
- Computers: Laptops, Desktops, and Tablets
- Video Gaming Consoles
- Computer Wires/Cables
- Dictation Machines, Recorders
- Used Ink Toner Cartridges
- Fax Machines
- Hard Drives
- Keyboards, Mice, Speakers
- Medical Monitoring Devices
- Miscellaneous Computer Parts
- Flat-Screen Monitors
- Power Supplies
- Radios, Walkies
- Flat Screen TV's
- Answering Machines, Recorders
- CD/DVD Drives, VCRs, Recorders, Players
- Calculators (handheld, desktop, cash registers)
Good to Know
A signed waiver is required at the time of drop-off (waivers provided at drop-off locations).
You will be able to drive close to the drop-off point. Volunteers will be available to help you lift heavy items.
After you drop off your home and office electronics, they will be safely disposed of by ADSI according to the best practices for each type of device.
Note: This year, we are not accepting home appliances, such as microwaves, blenders, handheld mixers, vacuums, etc. We recommend dropping these items off at your closest landfill. Thank you!
Local e-Waste Day Collaborators
A number of great organizations are working together to provide the CRSA community with this event:
Have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.