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E-Cycle Washington is a free program that makes it easy for Washington residents to recycle their broken, obsolete or worn-out electronics. Electronic products contain valuable materials that can be recycled and toxic chemicals that should be kept out of the landfill.
What can I recycle for free through E-Cycle WA?
- Portable DVD players
Is your item badly damaged? Some locations may reject items (like old TVs with broken cathode ray tubes) that are a health and safety hazard. Call ahead to ask.
Computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and printers are not included in the E-Cycle WA program.
Peripherals and the other electronics noted below can be dropped off at these participating retailers and recycled at no charge.
- Keyboards — Best Buy and Staples stores
- Printers — Best Buy and Staples stores
- Toner cartridges — Best Buy and Staples stores
- Cell phones — Best Buy, Staples, and RadioShack stores
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See which companies are registered with E-Cycle WA: