March 22, 2019
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Department of Public Works  
Electronics (E-Waste)  
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* As of 2011 and in accordance with Electronic Waste Management Act., the above items listed with an asterisk (*) are banned from being placed in the garbage for disposal.


Facilities That Manage E-Waste



The items that are acceptable for residents to recycle at no cost at the Department of Public Works include most all types of electronics including computers, cell phones, small household appliances, and batteries. Almost anything with a plug is acceptable. Things that CAN NOT be dropped off are TV’s, CRT monitors, and any refrigerant containing devices such as refrigerators/air conditioners.

Click here for Options for Large or Heavy Electronic Items
Click here to find a local collection site near you or you may call 1-866-DEPKNOW

Best Buy

410 Route 10
East Hanover, NJ   07936-3597
Tel: 973-515-4994  

CLR Solutions

Phone: (877) 257-7658 ext. 4
CLR Solutions can come to your home and pick up your E-Waste. There is a fee for CRT Monitors & TV pick up

Green Vision Inc.

125 Ridgedale Ave.
Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927

Click here to schedule a pick-up


MCMUA Household Hazardous Waste Facility

Mt. Olive Transfer Station
168 Gold Mine Road
Mount Olive, NJ   07836
Tel: (973) 829-8006   Fax: (973) 285-8397

 The facility is available by appointment only and is open on selected Tuesday, Friday and Saturday mornings. One must not show up to the HHW facility without first calling (973-829-8006) and making an appointment. The MCMUA schedules appointments in 5-minute increments from 9:00am-11:30pm during Tuesday and Friday hours and from 8:00am-10:30am during Saturday hours. Appointments are made every 5 minutes in an effort to make sure participants will get into and out of the facility without waiting too long. Anyone who happens to arrive at the site prior to the scheduled appointment for that day can enter the drop-off location to see if the load can be emptied right away.
Items accepted from Morris County residents and businesses with less than 50 employees are now free of charge.


We've made it easy to help the environment—and others—in just a few easy steps:

  1. Find out if Reconnect will accept the item.

    In general, Reconnect accepts any brand of computer equipment in any condition from consumers and recycles it for free. We also accept just about anything that can be attached to a computer. Check our items we accept page for a complete list of what we do—and do not—accept.

  2. Find a drop-off location.

    Use our Find a Location feature (at the top of this page) to see if a Goodwill near you participates in the program. If Reconnect is not yet available in your area, let us know. Goodwill and Dell are working to continue expanding the program and share a long term goal of making it available nationwide.

  3. Drop off the item.

    As a general rule, consumers can just drop off the item at any participating Goodwill. However, some items may require extra preparation before you bring them in. For details, check our items we accept page.

  4. Feel good about what you've done.

    Your donated equipment has value—sometimes as a whole system, sometimes as parts, and sometimes as raw materials such as metals, plastics and glass. The proceeds from your donation are all returned to Goodwill and help to support Goodwill's important mission of putting people to work. You'll get a receipt for tax purposes, plus you'll be helping to protect the environment and benefit your community at the same time!

Designed for residents of New York & New Jersey. It is illegal to dump your old PC's, Printers and Electrical Equipment with the regular trash. We recycle your unwanted e-waste in accordance with EPA & State regulations. This disposal service is  FREE for residents of NJ & NY.

Go to to print out coupon needed when bringing your electronics to:

Newtech Recycling Inc.
600A Apgar Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873
Phone:(732) 564 3110 Fax:(732) 469-8943

Click Here For Directions



E-Waste Hazards:


  • Electronic equipment, appliances with printed circuit boards, may contain lead from solder, mercury in switches, lithium batteries, and heavy metals in the printed circuit boards.
  • Cathode ray tubes (CRTs), including televisions and computer monitors, contain approximately 5 to 8 pounds of lead per unit.
  • These items do not pose any health and safety risk while intact, but may if dismantled or improperly disposed.



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