- Benton Metal Recycling
- Berrien County Household Chemical and Electronics Collections: electronics are accepted at the community collection days coordinated by Berrien County Parks Department.
- Best Buy accepts televisions up to 32 feet, flat screen TV up to 60 inches, computers and peripherals, printers, radios, and small electronics. Call 296-926-0052 or visit the Best Buy website for full list of accepted items. Fees charged on televisions and computer monitors is $25 per item.
- Green Earth Electronics Recycling's electronics recycling drop-off hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 296-326-1232 about pick up service options. Recycling services provided to residents, businesses, and institutions.
- Air conditioners
- All consumer electronics with a power cord or battery
- Chain saws
- Household electronics
- Office electronics
- Power tools
- Small and large appliances
- VCR/DVD players
- There is a handling fee of $10 per computer monitor and $20 per television, any kind. Contact Green Earth for information about their disk and hard drive destruction services.
- Michiana Metal and Scrap Recycling: Fees apply on some items.
- Padnos accepts most types of electronics and appliances. Fees apply on some items.
- Radio Shack accepts small electronics/e-waste including radios, telephones, computers, monitors (fees apply), printers, cameras, televisions (fees apply), computer accessories, remote controls, headphones, and any small device with a cord or operating on batteries. Also accepted are power cords, cables, wires and other connections, etc.
- Redbud Recycling accepts most consumer electronics and appliances. Computer monitors and televisions are not accepted.
- Staples accepts computers, monitors, peripherals, desktop printers, other small electronics. No TVs or large equipment. Call 296-927-2242 or visit the Staples website for a complete list of accepted items.
Why You Should Recycle Electronics
Electronics are a fast growing portion of trash in America. They are made with valuable materials such as steel, glass, plastic, and precious metals. Plus, electronics can present an environmental hazard if they are disposed of improperly. With an average of four pounds of lead in many older TV picture tubes or computer monitors, along with other potentially hazardous materials, electronics call for special handling at the end of their lives.