Recycling Old Electronics

Instead of throwing out your old electronics, recycle them.

What You Can Recycle

The following can be dropped off:

  • Audio and video players/projectors
  • Cameras
  • Cell phones/PDAs
  • Computers (desktop/laptop) and accessories
  • Equalizers/preamplifiers
  • Printing devices including copiers, scanners, typewriters, fax machines
  • Radios, tuners, receivers
  • Speakers
  • Telephones and accessories
  • Televisions
  • Turntables

Unacceptable items for electronics recycling:

  • Vacuums
  • Microwaves
  • Toasters
  • Kettles
  • Appliances
  • Smoke detectors
  • Thermostats

Locations to Recycle Electronics

Drop-off is free of charge for all Niagara residents.

Recycle Your Electronics

Recycle Your Electronics is a website designed to help you find places to drop-off outdated electronics that can't be put in your Blue Box and should not go in the garbage.

The site provides a list of accepted items, drop-off locations and special event details. If you have electronics still in good working order - donate them for reuse.

Accepted Items
  • Residential blue and
         grey box recycling
  • Commercial recycling
  • Electronics
  • Large household plastics
  • Large plastics
  • Used clothing
  • Bicycles
  • No charge for recycling items

    Items not accepted
  • Residential / Commercial      Waste
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Organics, fats, oil, grease,      and yard waste

  • Drop-off the residential waste (including hazardous waste) at one of Niagara Region's landfill locations.