County Electronics Events
Electronics Recycling Events
Loudoun County holds two electronics recycling events per year. The next event will occur on Saturday, October 27th, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 751 Miller Drive, Leesburg, VA 20175.
Item Limit and Fees for County Events
There is a limit of 15 items per vehicle (multiple smaller items such as computer peripherals, cell phones, and cables boxed together
would be considered one item). Businesses with larger quantities of electronics may contact C2 Management at 540-955-5740, www.tryc2.com/. C2 Management can pick up directly from your business location.
On-site personal computer hard drive destruction service $10/hard drive (hard drive must be removed from computer prior to bringing to the event); televisions and computer monitors that contain a cathode ray tube (CRT), screen size measuring diagonally 30" or smaller cost $10 each, and those with screen size measuring 31" or larger cost $20 each to recycle. Console tv's are $20 each. Flat screen / LCD tv's all sizes are $8, and LCD monitors are $4. Only cash or local check will be accepted, please make checks payable to C2 Management.
All other items accepted at the event are free of charge.
Acceptable / Unacceptable Items
The recycling events will accept computers, televisions, cell phones, cords and cables, and a variety of other consumer electronics, however there are some items that are not accepted
such as refrigerated appliances, dehumidifiers, stoves, ovens, washers, dryers, other large household appliances, thermostats, smoke alarms, mercury containing devices, household batteries, light bulbs, gas powered equipment, hazardous wastes and more. View lists of the acceptable / unacceptable items and fees
Residents are asked not to leave electronics at the site beyond the scheduled time of the event.
Please visit Local Electronics Recycling Options for more recycling opportunities, or call the Department of General Services Waste Management Division at 703-771-5514 Monday through Friday.
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