How do I dispose of electronics like a computer or computer monitor?

Electronics with screens are banned from disposal in the landfill, so you can’t throw monitors away with your trash. The local Goodwill store accepts computers and accessories including monitors, keyboards, printers, scanners, speakers, modems, and so forth even if the item doesn't work. Items are accepted at no charge, and you can get a receipt for tax purposes if you desire. Goodwill of the Heartland is located at 165 West Burlington Avenue. Drop off during regular store hours: 9am until 9pm M-F; 9am until 6pm Sat; noon until 5pm Sunday. Goodwill uses Dell’s recycling program. Alternatively, computers may be taken to the HazChem Center at the Des Moines County Regional Landfill for disposal, for a fee, cash or check only. As a service to our customers, Burlington Solid Waste crews will pick up computer monitors by appointment. 3 Trash Tags are required. Monitors must be intact for pick up. To get on the schedule for pick up send an email to wasterus@burlingtoniowa.org  and provide leave your name, address, and telephone number.

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