Recycling these items conserves natural resources while keeping hazardous materials out of the landfill. Recycling computers, televisions and appliances is not only good for the environment, it's the law. Since 2011, these items have been banned from all NC landfills.
Please consider one of the following recycling options:
|Citizen's Convenience Center||Curbside Collection||Wake County|
|Location||313 N Dixon Ave||Call (919) 469-4090 or submit a request to schedule pickup.||6130 Old Smithfield Road, Apex
Mon-Sat, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
9029 Deponie Dr., Raleigh
Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
DVD players & VCRs, printers, keyboards, mice, audio speakers
|No Fee||N/A||No Fee|
|Appliances||$10 per appliance||$20 for first appliance item
$10 per additional appliance item
Monitors, TVs, Laptops
|$10 per electronic item
||$20 for first electronic item
$10 per additional electronic item
*An “electronic item” includes a television, monitor or laptop and can be bundled with a cased CPU, keyboard, and mouse.
To keep our community and crews safe, please secure doors on all appliances such as refrigerators and freezers.
Did you know?In 2000, the Town of Cary became the first in the state to offer curbside collection of computers for recycling.
If your item is in working order, please consider donating it to a charitable organization for reuse.
Visit Wake County's trash and recycling directory to select your material and find options for disposal.
Submit a Request