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Electronics & Recycling
New recycling requirements for computers, monitors, and television have taken effect in January of 2013. Landfills and other solid waste disposal facilities in Pennsylvania are no longer allowed to accept electronic devices or their components, which affects curbside pickup.
Because of technological advances that have turned every household into an electronics haven, many people are asking how they can recycle or properly dispose of their old electronic devices. The Department of Environmental Protection urges citizens to know how to take steps to reduce, reuse and recycle these and other electronic devices.
1390 Old Freeport Road
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15238
(near the post office)
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Waste Management
Division of Waste Minimization and Planning
Rachel Carson State Office Building
P.O. Box 8472
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17105
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Recycling Hotline
Allegheny County Recycling
Pennsylvania Resource Council
Bestbuy Recycling Program
Go to www.bestbuy.com. At the bottom of the Home Page under Product Support, select Recycling.
Allegheny County appreciates your desire to recycle. To assist you in that effort, Allegheny County has developed a directory of places in the County which accept various materials for recycling; from glass containers to polystyrene loose fill.
Allegheny County Recycling Resource Directory Includes (view as PDF) – Electronic Recycling, Aluminum, Used Appliances, Auto Parts, Oils, Batteries, Building Materials, Cardboard, Carpet, Clothing, Bulbs, Grease, Foam, Freon, Glass, Laser/inkjet Cartridges, Magazines, Catalogs, Mercury, Newsprint, Paint, Pallets, Paper, Pharmaceuticals, Plastics, Propane Tanks, Scrap metal, Steel, Tires, Videotapes, Wood, Yard Debris
An electronic version of this document is available at www.achd.net or Here.