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Do you have an old television, microwave, photocopy machine,
computer, cell phone, stereo, VCR/DVD player, telephone, camera, other electronic device or small appliance sitting around gathering dust?
If it can't be repaired or donated, don't throw it away!
Bring it to the
Salem-Keizer Recycling & Transfer Station
Recycling and Transfer Station
to have it recycled!
In fact, under the Oregon E-Cycles law it is
to throw away televisions, computers and monitors. For an extensive list of free locations to recycle these 3 items visit
Electronics are accepted for free at Marion County facilities, however under the Oregon E-Cycles Program, the Salem-Keizer & North Marion Recycling & Transfer stations only accept up to seven laptops, monitors, CPUs or televisions per customer per day for free drop-off.
Customers with more than 7 of these items may contact an electronics recycler such as Garten Services (503-581-4472). All other electronics, including printers, copy machines, keyboards, etc. are accepted without limit.
Garten Services erases the information on the hard drives to the Department of Defense's standards and will reuse them if possible. For a fee, they can provide a document of destruction. Call 503-581-4472 for more information. For information on how to avoid data theft and instructions on how to obliterate your hard drive, visit the Department of Environmental Quality's website:
Examples of materials accepted:
Computers and Peripherals (including cables, wires, mainframes, mice, circuit boards, power supplies, keyboards, printers, etc.)
Laptops and Projectors
VCR and DVD Players
Portable Music Devices
VHS tapes, floppy disks
and all other media formats
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