Time to let go of the outdated computer, broken desktop printer and pre-flat screen TV you haven’t used in years? You can bring up to seven household electronics per visit to the Transfer Station at no cost.
Electronics Recycling at a Glance
- Located at the Transfer Station
- Up to Seven Household Electronics Per Visit at No Cost
- Bulk Pickups Available
- Computers, TVs and Desktop Printers
- Keyboards and Mice
Why Electronics Recycling?
Oregon Rogue Transfer & Recycling participates in Oregon E-Cycles — a statewide program that provides recycling of all brands of computers, monitors and TV's. This program was established by Oregon's Electronics Recycling Law.
For more information about this DEQ program, click here.
Putting Covered Electronics In the Trash Is Illegal
Did you know that disposing of electronic items that are recyclable via the Oregon E-Cycles program is against the law? It is — and you could be fined. So don’t put any of the electronics that are recyclable in your trash container. Bring them to the Transfer Station where they can be safely recycled at no cost.
Before You Drop Off Your Computer
Be sure to erase your hard drive before you bring your computer, laptop or tablet to the Transfer Station for recycling. Rogue Transfer & Recycling and Oregon E-Cycles assume no liability for personal or confidential information left on your computer. Reformatting your drive or deleting files does not destroy your data. Click here to learn how to safely eradicate the data on your hard drive before you recycle.