How to Recycle Your Old Electronics

How to Recycle Your Old Electronics

Many of us have old cell phones, calculators, DVD players, or other small electronics that we are no longer using. In general, electronics should not...
Many of us have old cell phones, calculators, DVD players, or other small electronics that we are no longer using. In general, electronics should not be put in your curbside trash bins, or in the local landfills due to the fact that many of the components are not biodegradable. However, there are several ways you can recycle old electronics, possibly allowing others to find a good use for them, and saving our landfills at the same time.First, gather your old electronics together, in order to assess what types you own, as well as working condition. You may want to make...
Where to Recycle Electronics in San Diego

Where to Recycle Electronics in San Diego

Home electronics, if thrown away in your regular trash bin, pose a threat to the environment due to the chemicals they contain. Luckily, there are...
Home electronics, if thrown away in your regular trash bin, pose a threat to the environment due to the chemicals they contain. Luckily, there are organizations in San Diego willing to accept these items and then dispose of them or find a way to reuse them. You do not receive a CRV payment, like when you recycle cans or bottles, but there is either little or no fee to you for recycling electronics at the following locations.Miramar Recycling CenterThe Miramar Recycling Center takes televisions, computer monitors computer CPUs at no charge to you. The center also accepts small household electronics...