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Business Customers Served


Pounds of Electronics Recycled

Mail Image Mail-In Recycling Form Fee Fee Free

FREE Data Destruction With a Certificate When You Recycle 2018/Newer Working Computers.

(Applicable for all Apple and non-Apple computers)


The items below are FREE to recycle and can be mailed in.

Note: All Macbook EFi, Device Enrollment Program, and Remote Management Locks Must Be Removed

  • Computers
  • Servers
  • Laptops
  • Tablets
  • Network Equipment

And here are the items that cost $1.00/pound to mail-in recycle.

  • Monitors
  • CRTs
  • LCDs
  • TVs
  • CDs and DVDs
  • DLP / Projector TVs
  • Heaters
  • Microwaves
  • Scanners
  • Toasters
  • Blenders
  • Coffee makers
  • UPS batteries
  • CD players and Walkmans
  • Fans
  • Ink/Toner
  • Printers
  • Stereo equipment
  • VCRs
  • Vacuum cleaners
  • Cables/cords
  • Christmas lights
  • Fax machines
  • Keyboards
  • Remote controls
  • DVD players
  • Speakers
  • Tape-based media such as VHS, DLT, LTO movie films, small cassettes, floppy disks, 35mm slides, film negatives
  • Miscellaneous electronics

Other Items/Services and Their Corresponding Fees

Item/Service Fees Description
Certified Data Destruction $25 per hard drive (laptop/ desktop/ server) Each laptop, desktop, or server will be data destructed with a Data Destruction Certificate from GreenCitizen.
Certified Phone/ Tablet Destruction $40 per device Each Phone/ Tablet (4“ or larger) will be data destructed with a Data Destruction Certificate from GreenCitizen.
Certified Tape Destruction $11 per tape The logic board memory, sim card, and any removable data storage are all destroyed. Phone numbers, names, and other information are completely deleted.


  • Furniture: chairs, couches, etc.
  • Light bulbs
  • Large appliances: stoves, washers, dryers
  • Styrofoam #4 Low-Density Polyethylene foam (LDPE/PELD)
  • Non-rechargeable electronic batteries: carbon zinc, zinc air, disposable batteries
  • Single-use alkaline batteries
  • Items containing liquid mercury: thermometers, thermostats, etc.
  • Smoke detectors: models that contain americium 241
  • Hazardous waste: paint, motor oil, sharps, biohazardous waste, etc.
  • Any medical electronics.