Residential Electronics Recycling in Seattle

We Offer

Electronics Recycling to Residents

Drop off your electronics to our facility FREE of charge. $75 for residential pick-up.

Drop off your electronics to our facility FREE of charge. (With the exceptions of CRT TV's, CRT Monitors and Projection TV's - $10 each). We do accept flat screen and LCD monitors for free. For a $75.00 fee, we also offer our pick-up service for residential electronics recycling in Seattle. This fee covers all items you have. See below for a list of items we accept. Our service area covers most of Western Washington, the metro Seattle Area, Puget Sound and Portland.

We practice safe and efficient residential electronics recycling in Seattle. All items are handled in a safe manor while leaving no large lasting impact on the environment. Our goal is to reuse all items and extend the life as long as possible to provide a viable alternative to e-waste in our landfills.

Items We Accept

  • Computers
  • Laptops
  • Monitors (CRT, LCD)
  • Keyboards / Mice
  • Printers / Scanners
  • Ink Cartridges
  • Fax / Copy
  • Servers / Routers / Hubs
  • Networking Devices
  • Communications Equipment
  • Televisions / Cable Boxes
  • VCRs / DVD Players
  • Video Game Consoles
  • Stereos / Audio
  • Cell Phones / Telephones
  • PDAs / Handheld Games
  • Cameras
  • Batteries
  • Misc. Electronics
  • Washers / Dryers
  • Misc. Office Machines

How We Recycle Your Items

All items are initially tested for functionality. Computer-related items that are found to be in working condition are refurbished or parted out to be sold or donated. We know that data security is a serious issue. All hard drives are wiped with DOD standards unless you request that we use our data destruction services.

Components that are found not to be working or too old to reuse are sorted and recycled.

If you would like to know more about our residential electronic recycling process in Seattle, please contact us with any questions.

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