Electronic Waste

Recycle Your Electronics at the Township Office

You can now bring your electronics to the Township office for recycling! Place your items in the green bin outside the Public Works building. This convenient service helps ensure your e-waste is disposed of properly, reducing environmental impact and promoting sustainability.

Proper disposal of electronic waste is crucial for protecting our environment and conserving natural resources. By recycling your old or unused electronics, you contribute to reducing harmful waste in landfills and promoting the recovery of valuable materials.

Whether it's an old computer, a broken phone, or any other electronic device, bring it to the Township office and make a positive impact on our community and the environment. Let's work together towards a greener, more sustainable future!

Full List

Display Devices

  • Monitors (LCD, LED, CRT)
  • Televisions

Audio/Video Systems

  • Home Theatre in a Box (HTB)
  • Personal/Portable Audio/Video Systems
  • Home Audio/Video Systems
  • Vehicle Audio/Video Systems (aftermarket)

Computers and Peripherals

  • Desktop & Portable Computers (laptops, tablets)
  • Computer Peripherals (keyboards, mice, external drives)
  • Desktop Printing/Multi-Function Devices
  • 3D Printers
  • Printer Cartridges

Networking Equipment

  • Routers
  • Cables
  • Chargers
  • USB Devices

Specialized Electronics

  • Drones
  • Cameras & Security Cameras
  • Musical Instruments and Recording Equipment

IT & Telecom Equipment

  • Hard Drives
  • Servers
  • Microfilm Readers
  • Binding Machines
  • Postage Franking Machines

Gaming Systems

  • Video Gaming Systems
  • Gaming Peripherals (controllers, VR headsets)

Large Printing Equipment

  • Floor Standing Printers
  • Printer Cartridges

Recycling these items typically involves disassembling them to recover valuable metals (such as gold, silver, and copper), plastics, and other materials, while safely disposing of hazardous substances. Proper recycling can significantly reduce environmental harm and promote sustainable use of resources.

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