Electronics

In Halton Region, electronics are not collected with garbage or bulk waste. Unwanted electronics should not go in the landfill. Most parts of electronics - steel, glass, copper, aluminum, plastics and precious metals - can be recycled to make new products.

Electronics Recycling Drop-off Locations

Recycle Your Electronics

  • Many retailers take back electronic waste (computers, monitors, TVs, stereos, DVD players, etc) for recycling. Recycle Your Electronics is an Ontario Electronic Stewardship program that ensures materials remain within North America and are safely recycled. Visit www.recycleyourelectronics.ca External Link  for acceptable materials and drop off locations.

    Special Waste Drop-off Days
    Halton holds free Special Waste Collection Drop-off Days throughout the Region to make the recycling and safe disposal of household hazardous waste and electronic waste more accessible. Dates and locations of Special Waste Drop-off Days.

    Electronics Collection at the Halton Waste Management Site

    Halton residents can drop off electronics free of charge at the Halton Waste Management Site.

    Acceptable Electronics Materials:

    • Cameras
    • Cell phones
    • Computer peripherals, modems
    • Copiers
    • Desktop computers
    • Monitors
    • PDAs and pagers
    • Personal handheld computers
    • Portable computers (laptops)
    • Printers
    • Projectors
    • Radios
    • Receivers
    • Scanners
    • Speakers
    • Telephones
    • Televisions
    • Tuners
    • Turntables
    • Typewriters
    • VCR players, DVD players