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Electronics / Computers
Alternatives to Household
SPSA accepts cell phones for recycling
through our Household
Hazardous Waste Collection facilities.
Cell phones can also be taken to the
Cell Phone Bank.
SPSA does not have an established program
for the collection and recycling/disposal of
computers and other electronics at this
time. There are special programs and/or vendors
around the region, state and country who
offer forms of electronics recycling. Please
click the following link for a selection
HR Green E-Cycling
DEQ: Computer and Electronics Recycling
Earth911.com to search for local
businesses that recycle electronics and a
variety of other items.
If your computer still works and is less
than 5 years old, visit
The National Cristina Foundation (NCF)
website, is a non-profit that works
with companies and individuals to donate
computers and other technology to charities,
schools and other public agencies.
Dell Computers has partnered with
Goodwill through the Dell Reconnect program
to recycle residential computers. Residents
can bring in any brand of computer equipment
in any condition and recycle it for free.
Use the Find a Location Feature at
www.dellconnect.com to see if a
Goodwill store near you participates in the
program. The proceeds from your donation are
all returned to Goodwill, and you get a
receipt for tax purposes
Residents of the City of Norfolk can
recycle electronics free of charge 6 days a
week. For more information please visit,
For more information, call Environmental
Management at 961-3583.