Computers & Servers
Laptops & Tablets
Printers, Copiers, Scanners & Fax Machines
What happens to my electronics?
Electronics is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world. Technology continues to evolve at an incredibly rapid pace, making electronics like TVs or computers easy to replace. The challenge of this rapid replacement is that these electronics contain some measure of potentially poisonous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, and others - which makes them toxic if not dealt with properly.
Raise money for your school, team or club!
Visit https://h2g.albertarecycling.ca/ to find out about the 2019-20 Electronics Roundup Pilot for Schools and Non-Profit Groups.
The deadline to complete your roundup event is March 15, 2020.
How are we doing?
An overview of the past year's progress in the Electronics Recycling Program can be found in the Progress Report. This user-friendly document includes program highlights and key results from the past year.
Be the first to know when a new Progress Report is available by signing up for email notifications at the bottom of our homepage.
Municipalities and Indigenous Communities
Municipalities and Indigenous communities wishing to register their electronics recycling depots (referred to in the Program as electronics collection sites) may do so at the link below.
Corporate and Institutional
Recycle the desk debris cluttering up your business in a safe and secure manner.
For more information visit https://electronics.albertarecycling.ca/ now!
Registered Electronics Processors
Need an Electronics Recycler? Are you interested in Becoming a Registered Electronics Recycler?