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News Release

Electronics Recycling

Department: Solid Waste
Release Date: Jul 22, 2014

Contact Information:

Rose Watson, Environmental Educator, (970) 498-5772

Electronics can be taken to the electronics recycling station operated by Waste Management located inside the Larimer County Landfill. There is a fee of 40 cents per pound for electronics recycling (cash only.)   Customers are responsible for unloading their electronics onto the scale.

Electronic recycling does not include dismantled computers nor televisions, small appliances, or other electrical equipment such as electric weed eaters or electric mowers. These are considered waste and charged as such for landfill disposal. Items accepted for recycling include computers/CPUs and peripherals, fax machines, photocopiers, printers and toner cartridges, televisions, VCR and DVD players, microwave ovens, electric alarm clocks, stereos, and landline and cell phones.   For more information, call (970) 372-3362.
Unacceptable items included fire and smoke alarms and detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
The electronics recycling station is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The Larimer County Landfill is located at 5887 S. Taft Hill Road, Fort Collins (about 2 miles south of Harmony Road.)  


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1. Posted by: *richard.baumeister.790 on Jul 22, 2014 3:34 PM

Have you ever considered why we see electronic garbage laying around our fair county on the side of the road? 40 cents a pound is in many cases the amount we paid to buy the item in the first place!. If you are truly recycling electronics as you claim, there should be a revenue stream created by the precious metals contained within the waste. You have created a situation where we cant afford to throw away or recycle many Items. I have an old flat screen tV that I would love to throw away but it is well over 250lbs and at 40c a pound I would be looking at at least 100.00 just to throw one Item away! Think about it! Richard Baumeister 414 west 13th street Loveland Co 80537

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