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Electronics Recycling Drop-Off Program

User Updates For Electronics Recycling At Broward County Residential Drop-Off Centers 

As of October 1, 2014, Broward County Residential Drop-Off Centers are open to residents of the following cities that have Participation Agreements for the disposal of household hazardous waste and electronics: Cooper City, Dania Beach, Hollywood, Lauderdale Lakes, Lighthouse Point, Margate, Parkland, Pembroke Park, Sea Ranch Lakes, Unincorporated Broward County, West Park, Weston and Wilton Manors. If you reside in any of these cities, you may drop off items at Broward County's Residential Drop-Off Centers.  

If your city is not listed and you have questions regarding the disposal of household hazardous waste or electronics, contact your Public Works Department.

Residents of Participating Cities may bring: Answering machines, computer cables, cell phones, chargers, computers (including laptops), copiers, DVD and VCR players, fax machines, flash and hard drives, keyboards/mice, monitors, pagers, print cartridges, printers, radios, rechargeable batteries, routers, satellite/cable boxes, scanners, speakers/stereos, telephones, televisions, wires

The following items are not accepted: Alkaline batteries, business-generated items, explosives, small appliances, bio-hazardous waste, microwaves 

Items are recycled, refurbished or disposed of in an environmentally safe manner.

Additional Electronics Recycling Options
Many retailers and manufacturers offer e-cycling programs. For a list of participants, visit the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, or research by zip code at Earth 911.

Regular Household Batteries 
Common household alkaline batteries are safe to dispose of in your regular garbage.

Why Recycle Electronics?

  • You'll help decrease the amount of toxins such as lead, mercury and cadmium that enter the environment
  • Valuable natural resources such as gold, copper and nickel are recovered in the e-cycling process and returned to market in new products
  • It takes less energy to recover and recycle natural resources than to mine them from the earth, reducing the use of fossil fuels and lowering greenhouse gas emissions


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