The Waste Authority implemented a program where Monroe County Residents can bring their unwanted electronics, free of charge, to our facility in Blakeslee.
**Proof of residency is required.**
- Computer devices
i.e. PCs, laptops, etc.
i.e. CRT/LCD, security, etc.
i.e. CRT, flat panel (LCD, plasma, LED), console, projection, etc.
- Networking devices
i.e. servers, routers, switches, hubs, arrays, etc.
- Printing devices
i.e. printers, scanners, etc.
- Power supplies
i.e. UPS’s (uninterrupted power supplies), etc.
- Peripherals ~ all items used in the function of these devices
i.e. keyboards, mice, speakers, pointing devices, etc.
- Wire/cabling – ie. all cables, wires, and power chords used in the function of these devices
- Hardware – all parts that are, or once were, part of these devices
i.e. circuit boards, hard drives, RAM, processors, power supplies, optical/floppy drives, etc.
- Audio/video devices
i.e. CD/DVD/VHS/Blue-Ray, MP3, iPods, projectors, stereos, video game consoles, speakers, receivers (audio, cable, and satellite), recorders, converter boxes, etc.
- Communication devices
i.e. cell phones, PDA’s, telephones, pagers, answering machines, etc.
- Surge protectors
- Home appliances
i.e. lamps, microwaves, coffee makers, mixers, blenders, hair dryers, and other small household appliances
- Lab/test/measurement devices
i.e. meters, oscilloscopes, analyzers, testers, etc.
i.e. inkjet, toner, fuser, etc.
- Telecommunication devices
i.e. cell phones, radios, telecom equipment, etc.
i.e. Alkaline, lead-acid, etc. (Except for laptop batteries or UPS)
- Fire alarms
- Gas-powered equipment
- Fax machines
- Lawn equipment
- Copiers, duplicators, plotters , etc.