Responsible Electronics Recycling in Wisconsin

We are pleased to offer the citizens of Wisconsin proper disposal of their unwanted electronics in support of the Wisconsin E-Cycle Program. It is important that these devices be managed at the end of their useful lives in such a way as to prevent harm to the environment, the communities in which the devices are disposed and the workers processing the equipment. At the same time, these devices contain material that can be used in the manufacturing of new products. Material such as steel, aluminum, plastic, copper and precious metals can be separated and returned to the marketplace, giving them new life in new products.

Electronic Devices That Can Be Recycled

Under Wisconsin state law, collection sites will accept, at no cost to the consumers:

  • Video display device
  • Computer/notebooks
  • Monitors/TVs
  • Peripherals
  • DVD players/VCRs/video recorders
  • Fax machines
  • Hand-held video game devices operated by battery
  • Video game system components operated by battery
  • Phone accessories operated by a battery
  • Telephones with video displays
  • Video game consoles/components

Drop-off Locations for Old Electronics

Find a local drop-off location or collection event for your old electronics. All hard drives are shredded or erased, ensuring total privacy and 100% data destruction.