Where Can I Donate or Recycle Old Computer and Other Electronic Products?

Stark County, Ohio, USA

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Stark-Tuscarawas-Wayne Joint Solid Waste Management District
For Stark County, please contact Wendy Bullock at 800-678-9839 or e-mail her at wendy@timetorecycle.org

Recycling is more than just tossing it in a different type of trashcan! Find out more:

Find a Local Program
Canton, Ohio - Midwest ComTel

1502 12th St SW
Canton, OH 44706
330-499-5789

Alliance, Ohio - Carpenter Metal Solutions
*does not take CRT's

Gregg Carpenter Jr. Operations Manager
803 South Mahoning Ave
Alliance, Ohio 44601
330-680-4121 (Office)
330-829-2771 (Facsimile)
Greggjr@Carpentermetal.com

Earth 911
Earth 911 is a comprehensive communication medium for the environment. Earth 911 has taken environmental hotlines, web sites and other information sources nationwide, and consolidated them into one network. Once you contact the Earth 911 network, you will find community-specific information on eCycling and much more.

Electronic Industries Alliance's Consumer Education Initiative
The Industries Alliance's eCycling Central Web site helps consumers find reuse, recycling and donation programs for electronics products in their state.

Donation Programs

Preventing waste in the first place is usually preferable to any waste management option...including recycling. When you outgrow your computers, cell phones and other equipment, and pass them onto new users, that's reuse. Learn more about the benefits of Reusing and Donating Electronics.

Computers

Recycling and Reuse Network
RRN has been recycling older computers from across America since 1994, providing low or no-cost computers, computer instruction, and technical services to organizations and individuals in need.

Computer & Education / Computer Recycling Center (California residents only)
Computers & Education reuses computers, and Computer Recycling Center promotes the highest and best re-use of computer and electronic equipment, and recycles unusable items.

Computers for Schools (CFSA)
CFSA is a non-profit professional association of organizations involved in the management of refreshed (functional systems replaced by up-to-date equipment) computers and their placement into our nation’s schools and educational institutions.

Earth 911
Earth 911 is a comprehensive communication medium for the environment. Earth 911 has taken environmental hotlines, web sites and other information sources nationwide, and consolidated them into one network. Once you contact the Earth 911 network, you will find community-specific information on eCycling and much more.

eBay's Rethink Initiative
On this site you can find information, tools and solutions that make it easy to find new users for idle computers and electronics, and responsibly recycle unwanted products.

National Cristina Foundation
This organization accepts donations of used computer equipment from individuals and corporations in all 50 States. In turn, NCF directs the equipment to non profit organizations, schools, and public agencies that use the equipment for training, job development, educational programs and other related projects to improve the lives of people with disabilities, students at risk, and economically disadvantaged people.

RECONNECT
RECONNECT is a comprehensive electronics recovery, reuse and environmentally responsible recycling partnership between Goodwill Industries and Dell, Inc. for consumers in participating communities.

Students Recycling Used Technology (StRUT)
StRUT provides technology-based education for K-16 students through the process of refurbishing donated equipment for schools.

Cell Phones

AT&T Reuse & Recycle
AT&T invites consumers and business to participate in the tax deductible recycling of used wireless phones, accessories and batteries (regardless of the manufacturer or carrier) through the AT&T Reuse & Recycle Program.

HYLA Mobile
HYLA Mobile, formerly eRecyclingCorps, is a world leader in mobile device recycling and disposal. Mobile devices that are in OK condition are refurbished and re-introduced into the market. Devices that are not salvageable are sent to an electronics recycler for processing. HYLA Mobile collects phones through most mobile carriers and at CellAgain kiosks located throughout the US.

CTIA Recycling Wireless Devices and Accessories
Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) and its member companies are committed to the goal of sustainable development and the environmentally sound management of their wireless products at end-of-life. Through its Wireless . . . The New Recyclable program, CTIA provides the public options to safely and properly recycle used wireless devices.

Sprint Project Connect
Sprint Project Connect, a wireless phone donation and recycling program, raises money and support for the children of America while providing an environmentally friendly way to dispose of used wireless phones. Donated wireless phones are either recycled or resold, and a portion of the net proceeds from resale are used to educate children to use technology in safe and sustainable ways.

T-Mobile
T-Mobile's handset recycling program promotes the recycling and reuse of old wireless devices that might otherwise end up in landfills or incinerators--and 100% of the net proceeds from handset recycling benefit the charitable efforts of the T-Mobile Huddle Up program, a national community outreach program that connects kids from single-parent families in high-need, urban communities to positive people, places, and programs.

Verizon
Recycle your used devices with Verizon and you may be eligible to receive a Verizon Wireless gift card. They accept cell phones, tablets, netbooks and mobile hotspot devices from any carrier. For every device recycled, they will also make a $1 contribution to HopeLine® from Verizon.

Recycling Programs

If donation for reuse or repair is no longer practical, you can send your used electronics for recycling. Electronic equipment can be recycled for recovery of metals, plastics, glass and other materials. To find a program in your community, you might want to start with your state or local government's Web site. Additional sources of information on recycling programs include:

e-cycle St. Louis: Electronics Recycling for the Region
This consumer electronics collection program has been developed by the St. Louis Regional Partnership for Electronics Recovery to encourage reuse and recycling of unwanted electronics in the St. Louis region.

eBay's Rethink Initiative
On this site you can find information, tools and solutions that make it easy to find new users for idle computers and electronics, and responsibly recycle unwanted products.

CalRecycle.ca.gov
This Web site provides guidance and information to consumers in California about recycling electronics.

Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC)
RBRC can help you recycle portable rechargeable batteries commonly found in cordless power tools, cellular and cordless phones, laptop computers, camcorders, digital cameras, and remote control toys. Search for collection sites by zip code.

RECONNECT
RECONNECT is a comprehensive electronics recovery, reuse and environmentally responsible recycling partnership between Goodwill Industries and Dell, Inc. for consumers in participating communities.

Federal Electronic Challenge
If you are a government agency or a business, check out the Federal Electronics Challenge for tools on how a large institution can donate or recycle its used electronics.

Manufacturer Asset Recovery, Trade-In, and Leasing Programs

Several manufacturers offer equipment asset recovery or end-of-life management programs, generally for corporate clients. In addition, some manufacturers offer trade-in programs that provide a rebate on new personal computers for returning your used PC. Purchasers who don't want the responsibility of dealing with end-of-life equipment, but still prefer to use the most up-to-date products, should consider leasing instead of purchasing. This option allows them to return old equipment to the vendor for upgrades or credits toward future purchases. Leasing also eliminates consumer responsibilities for proper product disposal or management because they do not own the equipment. Another option involves selecting a dealer, retailer, or manufacturer that operates a product take-back program and allows consumers to return old equipment when purchasing new products or system upgrades. Please check specific program details on the company's website.

Apple

DELL

Hewlett-Packard

NEC Electronics

Recycle/Resell in the UK

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