When obsolete TVs, computers, printers and electronics pile up, contact Goodwill of Orange Country for a safe and responsible disposal solution. Find an e-waste collection point near you to recycle your used or broken electronic devices. Recycle your e-waste for FREE by delivering it to your nearest electronics recycling center. As a company, you have several options for safely disposing of e-waste in California.
The California Department of Recycling and Resource Recovery recommends a “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” approach to e-waste disposal. Electronics can be recycled free of charge at your local hazardous waste disposal facility or at participating stores. All Green Electronics Recycling goes beyond all EPA regulations and guidelines for handling electronic waste and other hazardous materials.
All Green Electronics Recycling is proud to offer a range of electronics and e-waste recycling services to California residents to help protect the environment from e-waste. Currently, the supply of e-waste far exceeds the total recycling capacity of recyclers in the United States, and the gap is growing faster and faster as regulations further restrict the export of these materials and new methods and technologies such as those in use. Green, make the process more sustainable. However, there are several organizations in the state of California that recycle used electronics and make it easy to recycle electronic waste. At eWaste US Electronics Recycling California in North Hollywood, California, customers leave unwanted items and the state reimburses the local business for their proper disposal.
To handle bulky electronic equipment such as projection TVs or large stand-alone copiers/printers, you can request a free bulky sidewalk pickup service. Many items can be recycled at Best Buy stores. If you just want to send the item for recycling, you can use Amazon’s recycling site to get a prepaid shipping label.
For Covered Electronics that Best Buy cannot accept, see page 2010 The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania passed the Electronics Recycling Act, which requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to fund Pennsylvanians’ Collection and Recycling Facility Program. The Texas Computer Equipment Recycling Act and the Texas Television Equipment Recycling Program require manufacturers of certain electronic products to offer Texas home consumers the option to collect, reuse and recycle these devices free of charge. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law the Cell Phone Recycling Act of 2004, which requires retailers to have a used cell phone recycling system if they want to sell new devices in California.
New e-waste laws make it a crime to throw away old computers and other electronic devices. Disposing of e-waste in trash cans or trash cans is against the law. Electronic waste (also known as e-waste) requires special disposal due to the presence of various toxic and hazardous chemicals that can cause harm if not properly disposed of. The Riverside City Hazardous Waste Collection Center also accepts household televisions, monitors, CRTs, and other consumer electronic devices for recycling.