Electronic Waste Recycling...
Did you know that is is against the law to discard electronics waste into the garbage?
Orange Coast Audio/Video proudly offers free electronic waste recycling for all of our customers. When we are at your house installing a system or just doing a service call... give us your old VCR's, TV's, computers, video games or batteries and we will drop them off at a local electronics recycler.
Where to Recycle | Schools and State Agencies | Resources
Recycling is the practice of recovering used materials from the
waste stream and then incorporating those same materials into the manufacturing process.
Many communities in California now offer curbside collection or drop-off sites for certain
recyclable materials. But collecting materials is only the first step toward making
the recycling process work.
Successful recycling also depends on manufacturers making products
from recovered materials and, in turn, consumers purchasing products made of recycled
materials. Do your part--"close the loop" and buy products made of recycled materials whenever possible.
Where to Recycle
- Construction debris. You can search for facilities by county that reuse or recycle types of construction and demolition (C&D) debris, such as asphalt, drywall, and metal, on our site.
- Plastic. You can also find facilities that reuse or recycle specific types of plastic, such as acrylic, nylon, high density polyethylene (HDPE), and low density polyethylene (LDPE) on our site.
- Electronic Waste. Discarded electronic products can present environmental hazards if not properly managed. Search this directory
by county and/or product type to find an organization near you that may
handle anything from televisions and monitors to cell phones and CPUs.
To find out more about California's electronic waste recycling law and
what it means to you, please visit eRecycle.org.
- The Waste Prevention Information Exchange recycling page includes a comprehensive list of recycling databases.
- Find Your Nearest Recycling Center. Enter
your ZIP code to go to the "Earth's 911" website and find local centers
for recycling materials, including household hazardous waste.
Recycling for Schools and State Agencies
Resources and Tools