Electronics Recycling Event (Click here to view the ad.)
Saturday, July 15, 2017
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
550 Landa St
New City Hall parking lot - enter from Laurel Lane
Important: the last car in line at noon will be the last assisted.
The following items will be accepted: computers, computer accessories, computer monitors, televisions, telephones, copiers/printers, video and camera equipment, GPS units, and cell phones. Large household appliances, such as refrigerators and freezers, yard maintenance equipment, smoke detectors, batteries, light bulbs, or items containing Freon will not be accepted.
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Texas Recycling Laws & Information
By state law, computer manufacturers (not retailers) must take back computers (desktops and laptops), monitor, keyboard and mouse for recycling, at no charge to the consumer.
To learn more about this state law, and find a list of manufacturers and the links to their programs, visit the Texas Recycles Computers website.
For more information about electronics recycling in Texas, visit the TCEQ's website.
Where Can I Recycle Electronics Locally?
Several local electronics retailers accept various electronics for recycling, or electronics can often be donated to charity organizations. Remember to clear any personal data before donating or recycling electronic devices.