Electronics make life easier and entertaining, but they are not good for the environment. Throwing electronics like cell phones, computers, TVs, tablets etc in the trash is actually illegal in Indiana. This is for good reason. Electronics contain heavy metals. These dangerous metals include lead, mercury, cadmium, and hexavalent chromium. They are toxic when released into the environment. So, if you are trying to find out where to recycle electronics in Indianapolis, we have answers. We also applaud your responsibility and concern for the environment. Without further ado, here is where to recycle electronics in Indianapolis.
Where to Recycle Electronics in Indianapolis
City of Indianapolis E-cycling
The great city of Indianapolis offers e-cycling (the recycling of electronics) at multiple locations. Hours of operation vary throughout the city.
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UPDATE: The link that was included above is now no longer available. We are looking into whether or not this program is available. We will keep you updated!
Greenwave Computer Recycling
This is another free electronics recycling service. You do have to drop off the materials. Green Wave’s hours are Monday-Friday from 7:00 am- 3:00 pm. No appointment is needed. Click Here to visit Green Wave’s website. You will also be able to find the company’s address here also.
Fire Dawgs Junk Removal
Now, we are all about sharing the free options. The environment is our main concern, and we want to make sure all electronics are recycled and not dumped illegally in landfills. The free options all require that you take your items to drop off locations.
Now, if you are short on time or have other items you need hauled away or donated, Fire Dawgs Junk Removal is a convenient option for where to recycle electronics in Indianapolis. If you are interested in this service, please give us a call at 317-291-DAWG for a free estimate. You can also email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to helping you recycle your unwanted electronic devices!