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You must have wondered how to dispose of those old telephones, cell phones, broken game systems, and other home appliances that are piled up as junk in your garage in Ohio. In fact, there’s a full industry around electronic recycling.

Electronic recycling is the process of reclaiming scrap and waste electronics. This process is done by breaking down the components of the electronic device in order to reuse or sell them.

The first step in electronic recycling is to find a recycler. In Ohio, there are many recycling companies that will take your old electronics such as TVs, computers, laptops, printers, cell phones and more. These recyclers will then recycle these items by either refurbishing them or breaking them down into their original components.

Average Electronics Recycling Prices in Ohio

MaterialAverage PricePrice Unit
Cell Phone w/ Battery2USD/LB
Cell Phones w/o Battery3.5USD/LB
Computer/Server (Complete) Scrap0.35USD/LB
Computer/Server (Incomplete) Scrap0.2USD/LB
Finger Boards4.25USD/LB
Hard Drive Boards11.5USD/LB
HARD DRIVES W/BOARDS0.65USD/LB
HARD DRIVES W/O BOARDS0.25USD/LB
Incomplete Laptops0.85USD/LB
Laptops1.25USD/LB
UPS W/ Batteries0.18USD/LB
UPS W/O Batteries0.1USD/LB
Floppy/CD Drive0.12USD/LB
PC Laptops – Complete1.25USD/LB

Here are The Top-Rated Places to Recycle Electronics in Ohio

Ohio Drop Off Recycling Center

Ohio Drop Off Recycle

Address: 533 N Nelson Rd, Columbus, OH 43219, United States

Areas served: Columbus

Recycling: Batteries · Electronics · Metal cans

Phone: +1 614-478-0808

Appointments: ohiodropoff.com

Southeastern Data – Ohio – Computer, Electronics and E waste Recycler

Address: 4300 Janitrol Rd, Columbus, OH 43228, United States.

Phone: +1 800-810-0432

eCycle Solutions of Ohio

Address: 3894 State St NW, North Canton, OH 44720, United States

Recycling: Batteries

Phone: +1 234-209-9602

Accurate IT Services

Address: 3854 Fisher Rd, Columbus, OH 43228, United States
Areas served: United States
Recycling: Electronics
Phone: +1 888-811-2487

Summit e-Waste Recycling Solutions

Address: 530 Grant St, Akron, OH 44311, United States
Phone: +1 330-800-6657

List of items you can recycle in Ohio:

Virtually, the most common type of electronics can be at least partially recycled, since they’re made largely of metal. However, electronics that contain mercury or lead require special handling as hazardous waste. LCD televisions and monitors and old TVs (pre-1991, per the EPA) may contain mercury, while old cathode ray tube televisions contain lead. 

Cell Phones

MP3 Players

PDA’s

DVD Players

Game Systems

Stereos

Digital Cameras 

Car Audio

Laptops

Desktops

CD’s/DVD’s

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