Best Buy and Staples now offer free electronics recycling at their stores.
BEST BUY: Consumers can now drop off items with screens up to 32 inches for tube televisions and 60 inches for flat-panel televisions, free of charge. In addition to televisions, the in-store recycling program includes computer monitors, DVD players, audio and video cables, cell phones and other electronics. For more information and to watch a video on Best Buy’s electronics recycling program visit BestBuy.com/Recycling.
STAPLES: Free recycling of desktops, laptops, monitors, printers, shredders, UPS devices, computer peripherals, and small office electronics like mobile phones, GPS, and digital cameras. Accept all brands, but there is a limit of 6 items per customer per day and cannot accept televisions, appliances, floor model copiers, stereo equipment, alkaline batteries, and certain other household electronics. For more information visit Staples.com.
RECYCLING DIRECTORY: You can also search Denver Recycles' online Recycling Directory for a list of local charities and companies that accept various electronic equipment for recycling.