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Black Friday is no match for Outmoded Machine Monday.
If the holidays have you replacing that eight-track player, upgrading your ancient Atari, or stocking up on new televisions, computers or other electronics, don’t just stow those outdated devices in your garage or attic! Instead, recycle them at the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County.
Accepted items include:
Palm Beach County Residents can bring all of these electronic items to any of seven Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County Home Chemical and Recycling Centers.
The SWA’s locations include (from north county to south county):
North County Transfer Station
14185 N. Military Trail (SWA Road) in Jupiter
Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
West Palm Beach
Home Chemical and Recycling Center
6161 N. Jog Road in West Palm Beach
Saturday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Glades Regional Transfer Station
1701 State Road 15 in Belle Glade
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Royal Palm Beach
West Central Transfer Station
9743 Weisman Way in Royal Palm Beach
Central County Transfer Station
1810 Lantana Road in Lantana
Saturday: 7 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Delray Beach – West
Southwest County Transfer Station
13400 S. State Road 7 in Delray Beach
Delray Beach – East
South County Transfer Station
1901 SW 4th Ave. in Delray Beach
Commercial quantity electronics may require special disposal. Call 561-687-1100 for details on recycling electronics from your business.
Collected items are sorted by SWA staff and hauled away by a private contractor. Any useful components are recovered and reused when possible. Everything else is shredded, sorted by type and each material – plastics, metals and glass – is recycled into new products.
By recycling electronics, you can help protect the health of your community, family and environment; reduce the pollution created by manufacturing new products; and reduce the energy needed to make those new products. For more information on electronics recycling, visit SWA.org/Electronics or call 561-687-1100.
In the last fiscal year, Palm Beach County residents recycled more than 864,000 pounds of electronics. Not a bad encore for old or outdated items with a cord that could have wound up in a landfill.
For the past few years, the SWA’s Home Chemical and Recycling Centers have either recycled or safely disposed of about 4M pounds of household hazardous wastes.
Remember, pollution prevention starts at home. A full list of household hazardous wastes can be found at SWA.org/HCRC or call 561-697-2700 or 866-SWA-INFO (toll-free) to learn more about the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County’s Home Chemical and Recycling Centers.