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Recycle your Small Appliances

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Recycle your old and broken small appliances at one of over 100 Unplugged recycling drop-off locations across the province and help reduce pollution, save energy, and protect our environment.

Unplugged accepts more than 120 small electrical appliances, ranging in size from electric toothbrushes to countertop microwave ovens. Products are divided into categories including: kitchen countertop, time measurement, weight measurement, garment care, air treatment, floor care and personal care. All small appliances should be returned in a clean state, with no food, liquids or vacuum bags.

For more information on the program or to locate the nearest drop-off location, call the RCBC Recycling Hotline or visit www.unpluggedrecycling.ca.


Disposal Options

Homestart Foundation
Non-profit

Phone: (604) 708-9556
info@homestart.ca
http://www.homestart.ca

Mennonite Central Committee (BC)
International Relief and Development Agency

Phone: (604) 850-6639
warehouse@mccbc.com
http://www.mcc.org/bc

My Sister's Closet - Battered Women's Support Services
Non-profit

Phone: (604) 254-7471
information@bwss.org
http://www.bwss.org/donate/

Recycling Council of BC
Recycling Hotline

Phone: (604) 732-9253
hotline@rcbc.bc.ca
http://www.rcbc.bc.ca

SPCA Thriftstore
Non-profit

Phone: (604) 681-7271

http://www.spca.bc.ca/about/locations/branches/

Tri City Home Treasures
Consignment Store

Phone: (604) 461-8241
tricityhometreasures@telus.net
http://www.tricityhometreasures.com

WCSS Re-Use-It Centre
Non-profit

Phone: (604) 932-1121

http://www.mywcss.org/reuseit.html

Wildlife Thrift Store
Non-profit

Phone: (604) 682-0381