E-Cycle Items



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Washington E-Cycle Items

The device you have selected by ClickCycling is part of the E-Cycle program in Washington State and can be recycled at no charge.   Select your location to find recyclers that accept these items:

 

UW Seattle Campus     |     King County     |     Snohomish County     |     Pierce County

 

With the exception of UW Seattle recycling, the information on this page is for household recycling.   To make your recycling experience fast and efficient, we recommend that you:

  1. Call ahead! Make sure the business accepts E-Cycle items and is open at a time that is convenient for you.
  2. Know that many businesses offer pick-up of large items for a small fee.
  3. Remember that some locations have a limit to how many items can be recycled per day.

ecycle_logoDid you know that 90% of Washington state residents have an electronics recycling station within 10 miles of their home? Through the E-Cycle Washington program, households can bring the following electronics for free recycling at participating locations:

  • Computers
  • Computer monitors
  • Televisions
  • Portable or laptop computers
  • E-readers
  • Portable DVD players

 

 

E-Cycling information for
UW Seattle Campus

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  • If this item was purchased with university funds (including state and federal grant funds), the item should be recycled through UW Surplus.
  • Small items (the size of a laptop computer or smaller) can be deposited in blue e-waste bins located in the Paul Allen Center Atrium (one on the CSE side and one on the EE side of the building) or in Room 137 of the Electrical Engineering Building on the Seattle campus.
  • If this item cannot go to UW surplus or fit into the e-waste bins, it can be recycled through any participating E-Cycling partner in Washington State (see list below by county)

 

King County

Listed below are the most popular and most frequently used E-Cycling locations in King County:

PC Recycle and Repair (located in Bellevue, Woodinville, and Kirkland)

Total Reclaim (located in South Seattle)

3R Technology (located in Seattle)

Friendly Earth (located in Seattle)

A Plus Removal and Recycling (located in Auburn)

InterConnection Computer Reuse and Learning Center (various locations)

E-Waste Center Inc. (located in Tukwila)

RE-PC (located in Tukwila)

 

For the following locations, it’s best to call ahead:

1 Green Planet (located in Renton)

Best Buy (various locations)

Staples (various locations)

Office Depot (various locations)


 

Snohomish County

Listed below are the most popular and most frequently used E-Cycling locations in Snohomish County:

PC Recycle and Repair (located in Lynnwood)

E-Waste LLC (located in Lynnwood and Everett)

Ace Metal Company (located in Mukilteo)

 

For the following locations, it’s best to call ahead:

Best Buy (various locations)

Staples (various locations)

Office Depot (various locations)


 

Pierce County

Listed below are the most popular and most frequently used E-Cycling locations in Pierce County:

Recycling Resources (located in Puyallup)

SBK Recycling (located in Tacoma)

Joint Base Lewis-McChord Recycling **NOTE: only accepts items from military members with ID (located in Fort Lewis)

Green PC (located in Tacoma)

Better PC Recycle (located in Lakewood)

 

For the following locations, it’s best to call ahead:

Best Buy (various locations)

Staples (various locations)

Office Depot (various locations)