How do I get rid of my old computer in Boston? Collect electronic waste in a bin throughout the year, then, bring all electronic waste to one of our Hazardous Waste Days. For air conditioner, television, laptop, dehumidifier, and refrigerator disposal, request a pickup through BOS:311. If you have any questions about accepted materials, contact 311.
How do I dispose of a computer? See the Environmental Protection Agency’s Electronics Donation and Recycling page to learn about recycling or donating your computer. Or check with the computer manufacturer or a local electronics store. You backed up your personal information, erased your hard drive, and safely disposed of your old computer.
How do I dispose of an old HP laptop? Vendors like Office Depot, Best Buy, and HP® accept old computers for recycling in addition to other items such as printers and printer cartridges, smartphones, and tablets. Even the most dated and obsolete computer can contain a number of valuable materials including plastics, copper, gold, and silver, among others.
How do I dispose of electronics in my area? You can also contact your city’s recycling coordinator or visit the US Environmental Protection Agency for programs near you. If your electronics are no longer usable, take a look at our schedule to find the next HHW/E-Waste Roundup in your area.