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Electronics Recycling

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Did You Know: In Fiscal Year ending September 30, 2021, Leon County Solid Waste received 572 tons of hazardous waste and electronics of which 57% was either recycled or reused?

Where can I take my Electronics?

 
 

LEON COUNTY RESIDENTS

The Leon County Solid Waste Management Facility accepts electronics from residents at the Hazardous Waste Center located at 7550 Apalachee Parkway, Monday through Saturday 8 AM to 5 PM.

In addition to, each Rural Waste Service Center has an electronics drop-off container.  Visit the rural waste page for location and hours. 

LEON COUNTY BUSINESSES

We encourage businesses to recycle their electronics as well.  You can bring material to the Hazardous Waste Center, located at the Solid Waste Management Facility, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  Please call for an appointment.  Televisions and monitors are charged as part of the VSQG fee schedule (New rates effective 1 July, click here).  SORRY, BUT NO ELECTRONIC WASTE FROM BUSINESSES ACCEPTED ON SATURDAYS.

 

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What kind of electronics can I recycle?

MONITORS LAPTOPS
TELEVISIONS PRINTERS
SCANNERS FAX MACHINES
TELEPHONES COPIERS
KEYBOARDS TERMINALS
CABLES CELL PHONES
MICE STEREOS
GAME HARDWARE EXTERNAL DRIVES
MODEMS HAND-HELD DEVICES
PAGERS VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDERS
SPEAKERS TAPE PLAYERS
DVD PLAYERS VHS cassettes, DVDs, CDs
RADIO DVD and CD cases
CPU's (HARD DRIVES) PRINTER CARTRIDGES

 

What Items cannot be recycled at the Hazardous Waste Center?

(Most can be recycled as bulky items curbside or at a RWSC)

MICROWAVES COFFEE MAKERS
LAMPS BOX FANS
VACUUM CLEANERS REFRIGERATORS
AIR CONDITIONERS WASHING MACHINES
DEHUMIDIFIERS ELECTRIC OVENS/STOVES
CEILING FANS CHANDELIERS