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Reuse if in good condition:

  • Donate to charitable organizations
  • Hold a garage sale
  • Sell through consignment shops or classified ads
  • Post on an exchange website (Wellington.Reuses.com)
  • Take to a County Reuse Centre

If in poor condition, divert from landfill by taking to any County waste facility for recycling or to other organizations that accept used electronics.

Choose from the option(s) below for more information.


Disposal Options

Call2Recycle
Recycle rechargeable batteries, single-use batteries and cell phones.

Phone: 1-877-723-1297
customerservice@call2recycle.org
http://www.call2recycle.org

County Electronics Depots - NEW SERVICE JULY 2012
Waste electronics items accepted at no charge year-round.

Phone:

http://www.wellington.ca/en/residentservices/electronics.asp

Erin Auto Recyclers
Recycling

Phone: 519-833-9775
rob@erinauto.com
http://www.erinauto.com

Fergus Auto Recyclers Inc.
Recycling

Phone: 519-843-2948
info@fergusauto.com
http://www.fergusauto.com

Habitat for Humanity Restore - Electronics Recycling
Acceptable items include: televisions, computer equipment, printers, fax machines,

Phone: 519-780-2323

http://www.guelphrestore.ca/

Industry Canada - Computers for Schools
Accepts computers for reuse.

Phone: 1-800-328-6189

http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cfs-ope.nsf/eng/h_00033.html

reBOOT Canada
Accepts donations of computer equipment from companies and individuals. See website for acceptable equipment. Handling fees apply.

Phone: 416-534-6017

http://www.rebootcanada.ca

Recycle Your Electronics
An Ontario programme that promotes the reuse and safe recycling of old, used and unwanted electronic equipment. Search the database for drop-off locations.

Phone:

http://www.recycleyourelectronics.ca/Electronics/Default.aspx