EvCC To Host Free Electronics Recycling Everett Next Tuesday

January 12, 2022

Events in Everett

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If you got new electronics for Christmas and need to dispose of your old model or just have a pile of old devices filling a back closet, Everett Community College Sustainability is holding an electronics recycling event on Tuesday January 18th.

From 10 AM – 2 PM you can drive into parking lot F on the EvCC campus, and they will unload the items from your vehicle. There is no charge, (unless you are bringing a large number of items) and the event is open to the public. All data will be wiped from the electronics. E-Waste Recycler 3R Technology is handling the recycling.

Here’s a list of items they are accepting at no charge.

Electronic Items Accepted for Free
Televisions (CRT, Plasma, and LCD) – for individuals and eCycle WA eligible entities
Monitors (CRT and LCD) – for individuals and eCycle WA eligible entities
Computers, Laptops, Tablets & Servers
Printers (Inkjet, Laser, and Dot Matrix) & Scanners
Audio/Video Equipment (Cassette, CD players, and Turntables, etc.)
Computer Speakers
Office Equipment
Consumer Electronics
UPS Battery Backups
Optical Media (Software, CDs, DVDs)
Satellite Equipment
Mobile Devices & Cellphones
Networking Equipment
Point of Sale and Restaurant Equipment
SLA and Lithium Batteries
Cables & Computer Parts
Discrete Electronic Components
Electronic Production and R&D Items
Lab, Medical & Test Equipment
Phones and Phone Systems
Motors, and other Electronic Scrap
* Note – free services may be limited by quantity – due to higher processing costs, we may have to charge for large quantities of end-of-life recycling such as printers, and consumer electronics.

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