Los Angeles'
Electronics Recycling Solution

Upcoming Collection Events

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Samohi E-Waste Club Collection Event

Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 10:00 AM
Santa Monica High School in Santa Monica, CA

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Get rid of the clutter in your home and garage and recycle your old TV's, computers, cell phones, cords, and basically anything else that was powered by electricity!

Did you know that over 200,000 tons of electronics ended up in landfills in California last year? We will recycle your items for you and together we can keep these items out of our landfills.

The equation is pretty simple: First, people bring their ancient Mac Classic or dusty old stereo to our collection event, where we make sure that their discarded electronics and all its components end up in the right place- and not in our landfills. Our staff will wipe the data, and then either refurbish them for reuse, or take them apart to be properly recycled. It's that simple. By recycling electronics you'll be doing the right thing for the planet, for your community, and for Southern California. (show less)


Atwater Village March Collection Event

Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 10:00 AM
Atwater Village Farmers' Market in Los Angeles, CA
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 Get rid of the clutter in your home and garage and recycle your old TV's, computers, cell phones, cords, and basically anything else that was powered by electricity!

Did you know that over 200,000 tons of electronics ended up in landfills in California last year? We will recycle your items for you and together we can keep these items out of our landfills.

The equation is pretty simple: First, people bring their ancient Mac Classic or dusty old stereo to our collection event, where we make sure that their discarded electronics and all its components end up in the right place- and not in our landfills. Our staff will wipe the data, and then either refurbish them for reuse, or take them apart to be properly recycled. It's that simple. By recycling electronics you'll be doing the right thing for the planet, for your community, and for Southern California.


One Chicken Fest / EMA E - Waste Drive Collection Event

Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 10:00 AM
North Hollywood Park in North Hollywood, CA

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Get rid of the clutter in your home and garage and recycle your old TV's, computers, cell phones, cords, and basically anything else that was powered by electricity!

Did you know that over 200,000 tons of electronics ended up in landfills in California last year? We will recycle your items for you and together we can keep these items out of our landfills.

The equation is pretty simple: First, people bring their ancient Mac Classic or dusty old stereo to our collection event, where we make sure that their discarded electronics and all its components end up in the right place- and not in our landfills. Our staff will wipe the data, and then either refurbish them for reuse, or take them apart to be properly recycled. It's that simple. By recycling electronics you'll be doing the right thing for the planet, for your community, and for Southern California.


Atwater Village April Collection Event

Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 10:00 AM
Atwater Village Farmers' Market in Los Angeles, CA
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 Get rid of the clutter in your home and garage and recycle your old TV's, computers, cell phones, cords, and basically anything else that was powered by electricity!

Did you know that over 200,000 tons of electronics ended up in landfills in California last year? We will recycle your items for you and together we can keep these items out of our landfills.

The equation is pretty simple: First, people bring their ancient Mac Classic or dusty old stereo to our collection event, where we make sure that their discarded electronics and all its components end up in the right place- and not in our landfills. Our staff will wipe the data, and then either refurbish them for reuse, or take them apart to be properly recycled. It's that simple. By recycling electronics you'll be doing the right thing for the planet, for your community, and for Southern California.


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