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Posted on: November 1, 2018

E-Waste: What do do with it

items considered to be e-waste

Don't place electronic waste in the garbage or recycling bin.  Take them to the nearest certified drop-off location. Below is a list of a few locations. You should call ahead to confirm your e-waste items are recyclable.  

STAPLES


Staples takes back a lot of items. They do have a limit on how many items can be recycled per customer per day (7.)
STAPLES' E-WASTE RECYCLING WEBSITE PAGE

1445 Main Street
Watsonville, CA
(831) 763-1943


BEST BUY

Best Buy also takes back a lot of e-waste items. They also have a limit on how many items can be recycled per customer per day (3.)
BEST BUY'S E-WASTE RECYCLING WEBSITE PAGE

2650 41st Ave.
Soquel, CA

(831) 465-0956


GREY BEARS

Grey Bears is the only County recycler that provides both end-of-life electronics recycling and reuse services on a significant scale. This unique dual-competency allows Grey Bears to provide secure and compliant solutions for all electronic material streams, including obsolete e-waste and fully functional IT hardware.

GREY BEARS' E-WASTE RECYCLING WEBSITE PAGE

2710 Chanticleer Ave
(831) 479-8465


ALL GREEN RECYCLING

All Green Recycling is available to residents in Santa Cruz County.  

ALL GREEN RECYCLING WEBSITE PAGE

(650) 273-7801


REMEMBER to call to confirm your e-waste item(s) are recyclable and to see if there is a charge.

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