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Electronics Recycling

Old and unused electronics must be recycled rather than thrown into a landfill, per state law.

The city does not handle electronics recycling.


Electronic items include:
  • Televisions
  • Computers and monitors
  • Laptops, notebooks and tablets
  • Printers
  • Fax machines
  • DVD and VCR players
  • Peripherals such as keyboards and mice
  • Radios and stereos
  • Video game consoles

Where to Recycle
A number of businesses will recycle electronics.  Please contact them to see if there is a cost associated with recycling your items.

R2 Disassembly
Free drop-off for all electronics except items with CRT tubes.  Call for appointment.
11751 Huron Street

Best Buy

104th Avenue and Bannock Street

9131 E. 96th Avenue

Data Security
Please be mindful of protecting personal information stored on the hard drive of computers, printers, etc. prior to recycling. Simply deleting files and reformatting the hard drive doesn't guarantee all your data will be destroyed.
  • Use special disk-wiping software designed to protect sensitive data; or
  • Remove the hard drive and destroy it.
    • Hammer a nail through it in several places.
    • Dismantle and deeply scratch or break the inner disk plates.
  • Once you've secured your personal information, bring the drive and other electronic waste to a reputable recycler.
Source: State of Colorado

Related Information


Sanitation Division
Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.