Please Note: Actual Ethical Electronics Recycling Fees may vary. Shown below are typical fees at Massachusetts collection events in 2014. Additional fees may apply to pickups.
We accept almost anything with a battery or a plug, including:
TVs, CRTs, monitors, computers, servers, cables, peripherals (keyboard, mouse, etc.), circuit boards, power supplies, memory, printers, fax machines, scanners, routers, cords, matrix switches, multiplexers, docking stations, modems, telephones, laptops, marine electronics, e-readers like Kindle and Nook, copiers, stereo equipment, stereo speakers, CD & DVD players, iPods, iPads, iPhones, tablets, MP3 players, remotes, VCRs, digital, slide, and overhead projectors, still and video cameras, PDAs, radios and radio equipment, tape recorders, answering machines, typewriters, game systems, games, pagers, fans, vacuums, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, heaters, A/Cs, refrigerators, freezers, water coolers, wine chillers, ice makers, vending machines, treadmills and exercise equipment, microwaves, toasters, blenders, power tools, ink cartridges, toner cartridges, USB media, CDs, DVDs, cassette tapes, 8-track tapes, reel-to-reel tapes, UPS Back-ups/Batteries, Zip Disks, video tapes, DLT tapes, floppy diskettes, and household batteries. Filing cabinets, Desks, and Office Furniture are okay, too. ETHICAL RECYCLING PER-ITEM FEES:
TELEVISIONS (fee based on screen size): $1.50 per screen inch. For example: the recycling fee for a 19” TV would be $28. Note: Flat Fee for Console/Cabinet, and Projection TVs is $55.
$55 EACH: Console/Cabinet TVs, Projection TVs, Treadmills, Vending Machines, Refrigerators, Freezers, Ice Makers, Stoves, Washers, Dryers, Hot Water Heaters, and similar large, heavy items.
$35-$45 EACH: Dishwashers, and other medium-sized household appliances.
$25 EACH: Air Conditioners, Dehumidifiers, Wine Chillers, Water Coolers, Large Printers, Large Copiers, Large Scanners. Also: CRT (old, boxy) Computer Monitors.
$20 EACH: UPS Back-ups/Batteries, Microwave Ovens, Car, Marine, Storage and other large batteries.
$15 EACH: Small Printers, Small Copiers, Small Scanners, Small Fax Machines, Humidifiers, Heaters, Filing Cabinets, Chairs, Tables, Desks, etc.
$10 EACH: Stereo Speakers, Radios and Radio Equipment, Amplifiers, Recording Equipment, CD Players, DVD Players, Blu-Ray Players, VCRs, Digital, Slide, And Overhead Projectors, Typewriters, Fans, Vacuum Cleaners, Power Tools, And Small Containers Of Household Batteries (like AA, AAA, C, D, 9 Volt). Also: Flat-screen computer monitors.
$5 EACH: Game Systems and Games, Toasters, Blenders, Mixers, Coffeemakers, Popcorn Poppers, And Small Kitchen Appliances.
$5 PER SMALL CONTAINER: Computer Parts And Peripherals like Matrix Switches, Multiplexers, Docking Stations, Modems, Keyboards, Mice, Routers, Circuit Boards, Power Supplies, Hard Drives, Memory, Cables, Cords, Wires, Small Computer Speakers. Also: CDs, DVDs, Videotapes, Cassette Tapes, 8-Track Tapes, Reel-To-Reel Tapes, Remotes, Personal MP3 And CD Players, Answering Machines, Pagers, Tape Recorders, USB Media, Zip Disks, DLT Tapes, and Floppy Diskettes.
NO CHARGE FOR: Cameras and Lenses, Cell phones, Smartphones (like iPhone), E-Readers (like Kindle and Nook), tablets (like iPad), PDAs, Laptop Computers, Desktop Computer CPU/Towers (except those with built-in or integral screens), Servers, Ink Cartridges, and Toner Cartridges.
NOT ACCEPTED: Hazardous materials of any kind.
PAYMENT: Recycling fees are payable by cash, check, MasterCard, or VISA. NOTES:Refrigerants will be removed from all collected items in accordance with federal environmental regulations and guidelines. This event is a production of Ethical Electronics Recycling and exceeds the requirements of the Electronic Waste Code of Ethics--the highest set of electronics life-cycle standards on the planet. Nothing we collect will be tipped into landfills, incinerated as solid waste, or dumped in the developing world.
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