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Electronics Recycling

Time to let go of the outdated computer, broken desktop printer and pre-flat screen TV you haven’t used in years?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

User Guide

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.

Materials Accepted

Computer Monitors

Computer Peripherals: Mice, Keyboards

Laptop Computers & Tablets

Desktop Computers

Desktop Printers

TV Sets

Materials Not Accepted (must be disposed of as trash)

No AC Units

No Small Household Appliances

No Coffee Makers

No Hair Dryers

No Vacuum Cleaners

No Microwaves

No VCR or DVD Players

No Scanners or Large Copiers

No Power Supplies

No Stereo Systems or Speakers

Residential Electronics Waste FAQs

How many electronic items can I drop off at one time for recycling at the Transfer Station?

How many electronic items can I drop off at one time for recycling at the Transfer Station?

You can drop off up to seven electronic items for recycling at one time, at no cost.

I have an old big screen TV that’s too big for me to carry. Do you provide any kind of a pickup service?

I have an old big screen TV that’s too big for me to carry. Do you provide any kind of a pickup service?

We do. Give us a call at 541.779.4161 and we’ll be happy to give you a quote, or get more information on our Additional Pickup Page.

I heard electronics can contain hazardous or toxic materials, and that’s why they need to be recycled and not thrown away. Is this true?

I heard electronics can contain hazardous or toxic materials, and that’s why they need to be recycled and not thrown away. Is this true?

Depending on the electronics, the inside could contain everything from arsenic, cadmium, cobalt and lead to mercury, lithium, selenium and chlorofluorocarbon — all highly dangerous if released into the environment. In fact, putting electronic in your trash is illegal in Oregon and you can be fined. So be sure and take advantage of electronic recycling at the transfer station.

Is there a fee to drop-off my electronics for recycling?

Is there a fee to drop-off my electronics for recycling?

No. You can bring up to seven household electronics at one time to the Transfer Station for recycling at no charge.

What are the materials in recycled electronics used for?

What are the materials in recycled electronics used for?

Many electronics contain precious metals, such as gold, silver, copper, platinum, zinc and palladium. Once recovered during the recycling process, they can be used to make jewelry, new electronics, automotive parts and more.

Do I need to erase the hard drive on my computer, laptop, or tablet before I bring it to the Transfer Station for recycling?

Do I need to erase the hard drive on my computer, laptop, or tablet before I bring it to the Transfer Station for recycling?

Yes! Rogue Transfer & Recycling and Oregon E-Cycles assume no liability for personal ro 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 your computer.

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