Where to dispose of e-waste in Round Rock, Texas

There’s an ecological cost to staying connected and entertained.

Computers, printers, televisions, cellphones, stereos, game systems and other electronics may contain lead, copper or other heavy metals or potentially toxic substances. When electronics have outlived their usefulness, it’s important to dispose of them properly rather than just toss them in the trash to be placed into landfills.

Electronics Recycling Options in Round Rock, Texas

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There is a city-owned location in Round Rock, Texas that will accept electronic waste, such as broken computers, cellphones and stereos.

The City of Round Rock Drop-off Recycling Center accepts all types of computers, television sets and electronic devices on a daily basis. Working and non-working units will be accepted.  Please ensure that all personal data are removed from all devices prior to drop-off. The City is not responsible for lost or stolen information.

All peripherals that attach to a computer or laptop, including mice, keyboards, printers and scanners will be recycled, as well as any device that has a cord and any size TV.

Cell Phones, Rechargeable Batteries and Printer Cartridges

The City of Round Rock Drop-off Recycling Center accepts used cell phones, laptop computers (working and non-working), rechargeable batteries, as well as inkjet and laser printer cartridges for recycling.

The Recycling Center is located at 310 Deepwood Drive and is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please call 512-218-5559 with any questions.

Working Computer Donations Program

The Salvation Army (computer must be less than three years old)
To schedule pick-up, call 1-800-SA-TRUCK or visit http://www.salvationarmyaustin.org.

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