Recycling Technology Equipment...
(Link to State Database at the bottom of this page.)
Every year, Americans throw away millions of tons of old or broken
electronics, creating potentially harmful tech trash.
Washington State is conducting recycling for consumers of Computers, monitors, laptops and televisions. At present the following components are inelligible for the program. Keyboards, mice, printers, and other computer accessories and portable electronics, such as DVD players or iPods.
Consumers take their equipment to collection centers which send the old equipment to state-authorized recycling centers. They are then dismantled and sorted into plastic, glass, mercury, copper, lead, gold and other materials for reuse. The recycling centers below are at no cost to residential customers.
Important Security Note:
Before you recycle your hard drives be sure you have backed up your
critical data and wipeout the data to prevent others from accessing
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Salvation Army Store of Wenatchee located at 1501A N. Miller St.
Wenatchee. Phone: 509.662.5103
City of Chelan Recycle Center at 23233 Highway 97A in Chelan. Phone:
Goodwill Store at 620 Grant Road in East Wenatchee
(The Wenatchee Goodwill store is not participating)
CDSI Transfer & Recycling Center, 9524 Rd 7 NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837. Phone: 509-762-5880
Consolidated Disposal Recycling Center at 2370 Basin St. S.W. in Ephrata. Phone: 509.754.2468
Methow Recycles located at 12 Twisp Airport Road in Okanogan. Phone:
Consumers may also recycle their electronics at:
1. Purchase a recycling Box at Office Deopt. Small ($5), Medium
($10), or Large ($15)
2. Fill the box with acceptable recylables, allowing for the lid to
be able to close completely. (Do not seal the box.)
3. Bring the unsealled box to Office Depot.
Staples stores will accept your IT equipment for a cost of $10 per,
to cover their costs. However smaller components like keyboards and
mice are taken at no cost.
All other Recylclable Information:
Information on other counties and for all other types of recyclables can be found by searching the State of Washington Recycling Database. (Follow link to database.)