Electronics

Electronics contain many hazardous and reusable materials that can be recycled, and do not belong in the Garbage. Recycling of electronics is also known as WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment).

Please note: larger appliances such as fridges, freezers, water coolers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, ovens, etc. (sometimes known as white goods) are not classified as waste electronics. In addition, some smaller electronic devices such as toasters, toaster ovens, microwaves, etc. will be classified as scrap metal. Even though an item has a cord, it isn't doesn't necessarily mean it will be classified as Waste Electronics.      

The following items are accepted for free at the Waste Electronics Recycling Depots at both Transfer Stations; year-round at Anstruther, seasonally (Victoria Day to Thanksgiving) at Haultain.

  • Amplifiers
  • Answering machines
  • Cameras (digital and non-digital)
  • Cassette players/recorders (and reel to reel)
  • CD players/recorders
  • Cellular phones (smart, dumb)
  • Coffee makers
  • Computers (desktop, laptop, tablet, etc.)
  • Computer components and accessories (keyboards, mice, monitors, etc.)
  • DVD/Blu-ray players or drives
  • Digital picture frames
  • External hard drives
  • Fax machines
  • Floppy-disk drives
  • Home Theater Equipment
  • Modems (wired, wireless)
  • Pagers
  • PDAs
  • Photo copiers/scanners
  • Portable audio/video players
  • Portable MP3/Digital audio players
  • Printers
  • Projectors (video, audio, image)
  • Radios
  • Satellite dishes and receivers
  • Speakers
  • Telephones (rotary, wired, cordless)
  • Televisions
  • Turntables, record players
  • Typewriters (electric)
  • Vacuum cleaners
  • Video cassette recorders
  • Video cameras (analogue, digital)
  • Webcams

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