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Contact Denver Recycles by phone at 311 (720-913-1311) or by email.



Electronics Recycling Fee with E-cycle Coupon


Recycling Fee with coupon

1st & 2nd


Additional units

at Regular Price

Monitors*  $10 each $40 to $75 (depending on size)
Televisions*  $10 each   $40 to $75 (depending on size)
Laptops, tablets, CPUs& desktop units    $5 total (up to 10 units)
Small appliances, printers,scanners & other electronics   $5 total (up to 10 units)
Recycling Free with coupon

1st & 2nd



Additional units at Regular Price

Monitors*  $10 each

$40 to $75

(depending on size)

Televisions*  $10 each

  $40 to $75

(depending on size)

Laptops, tablets, CPUs & desktop units

 $2  $2
Small appliances, printers, scanners & other electronics    
  • Due to limited funding for this program, residents are limited to one E-cycle Coupon per calendar year.
  • E-cycle Coupons are only sent in the mail to the physical address of the resident.
  • Hard drives that are 160 Gigabytes or larger are wiped to U.S. Department of Defense standards. Smaller and solid state hard drives are shredded.
  • Using an E-cycle coupon can greatly reduce the cost of electronics recycling.

E-cycle Coupon Recycling Drop-off Locaton


Resident may drop-off electronics for recycling (fees above only apply if you have an E-cycle coupon) at:

METech Recycling

500 W. 53rd Pl.

Denver, CO 80216

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM



Televisions, monitors, CPUs, laptops, printers, scanners, faxes, keyboards, mice, stereos, external hard drives & storage devices, cellular phones, telephones, DVRs, VCRs, digital cameras, video recorders, MP3 players, video game consoles, rechargeable batteries, sprinkler control boxes, wires, cables and some small appliances such as microwaves.


Air conditioners, refrigerators, large appliances, coffee makers, vacuums, blenders, garbage disposals, humidifiers, toasters, smoke or carbon monoxide detectors, pressurized canisters, oil or gas devices, fluorescent bulbs, neon signs, car batteries, small button batteries or household batteries.

For information on Appliance Recycling visit Appliance Collection.

Why Is There A Fee to Recycle Electronics?


Recycling electronics is not free. While there are some valuable materials contained in electronic waste, the cost to dismantle equipment into the various materials is labor intensive and expensive, especially for televisions and monitors. That is why there is a recycling charge when electronics are recycled by responsible electronics recyclers. Through program sponsors and other funding sources, Denver Recycles is able to help offset part of the recycling charge and offer discounted electronic recycling programs.

About Our Electronic Recycling Partner: MEtech Recycling


METech Recycling is Certified e-Stewards®. Certified e-Stewards are leading North American electronics recyclers who are qualified as upholding the highest standard of environmental and social responsibility.