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Electronic Waste Warning

If it plugs in, charges up, or takes batteries, it can't be disposed of in your trash because it could harm you or the environment. Find out about electronics regulations.



This section shows you how to recycle old electronic devices and related items like cables, DVDs and more.

Audio-Visual Equipment

Audio-visual equipment is used to listen to music as well as to make or watch recorded video. You can recycle these materials and more at the locations listed at the bottom of this page.

  • Stereo equipment, CD players, speakers, radios, turntables, amplifiers
  • DVD, Blu-Ray, and HDDVD players; DVRs; VCRs
  • Projectors

What about the DVDs or CDs?

These are also recyclable; check out the DVDs, CDs and Video Cassettes page.

What about other similar items?

If the material you have isn't listed on this page, help us make this site better. Email us the name of the item you have and we will add it. Always check with the location shown if you have any questions.

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