Electronic Scrap - Residential

All Electronics must be recycled and are banned from being landfilled per Agency Policy. The Agency offers electronics recycling at the Regional Collection Center (RCC) by appointment only.


Residential customers must schedule an appointment. Please use the scheduler below to schedule your appointment. 

Drop-Off Procedure

When you arrive at the landfill, you must first stop on the scale and notify the scale house operator that you have an electronics recycling appointment. The scale operator will apply any fees for the items below that require a fee and direct you to the RCC where staff will assist your with unloading your electronic items. 

Other Recycling Options

Your community may offer special collection services for electronic items. Check with your Public Works Department or City Clerk for more information.

What Is Accepted for Recycling

TV RecyclingThe following Electronics are accepted for recycling for a $15 fee:

  • Computer monitors (CRT & LCD)
  • Televisions (CRT, LCD, Projection, Console & Plasma)

The following Electronics are accepted for recycling at no cost:

  • Laptops (PC, Mac, Chromebook, Surface)
  • Computer Towers
  • Computer Peripherals (Keyboard, Mouse, Printer, Scanner, etc)
  • Cables, cords, & chargers
  • Cell phones
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/VHS players
  • Stereo Receivers, Speakers, Components & Cables 
  • Holiday lights
  • Small Kitchen appliances (Mixers, Coffee Makers, Toasters, etc)

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What Happens to Recycled Electronics

All recycled electronics are processed at a secure demanufacturing facility by our partner, Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations. The Agency recycles electronics because of the hazardous materials contained in the electronics - lead, mercury, cadmium, nickel, chromium, lithium, and PCBs, among others. Electronics also contain many materials made from natural resources, some of which are not renewable and will be depleted over time. By recycling electronics, those valuable natural resources are used to make new products, water pollution is reduced, and energy is saved in the extraction and manufacturing processes.