Recycling Electronic Waste
We are currently accepting e-waste to be recycled at our transfer station free of charge.
Mon through Sat, between 7am – 4:30pm
NOTE: This service is in addition to the services provided by the Hazardous Waste Depts. Program which is open the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month by appointment only. Please click here for details.
Did You Know...
Computer monitors and televisions contain picture tubes, also called CRTs, which convert electronic signals into visual image. Because each cathode ray tube contains approximately five to seven pounds of lead as well as other hazardous constituents, discarded monitors and televisions are subject to California waste regulations administered by the the Dept. of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC).
As you may know, lead is a toxic substance that can cause lead poisoning in individuals and can be especially harmful to children. If lead-containing products are disposed of in landfills the lead can potentially contaminate our water supplies.