Electronic waste, also known as E-waste, E-scrap or end-of-life-electronics, are terms often used to describe electronics that are nearing or at the end of their useful life. Items include computers, televisions, VCRs, DVD players, stereos, copiers, and more.
As mandated by the Covered Device Recycling Act (CDRA), Act 108 of 2010, it is illegal for desktop computers, laptops, monitors, and peripherals such as printers, keyboards, mouses, tablets (like iPads and Kindles), and televisions with a viewable screen larger than four (4) inches to be disposed of in the state landfills.
All of that “e-waste” must be recycled instead.
Recycling E-Waste Events
Easttown and Tredyffrin Townships hold recycling events seasonally, and will be posted on the Township's Trash & Recycling Calendar.
To further assist residents, Easttown has partnered with an at-home pickup recycling service called Retrievr for your unwanted electronics and clothing. Please click on the link to schedule a pickup or for more information. Acceptable electronics include: air conditioners, computers/monitors/accessories, dehumidifiers, gaming equipment, microwaves, mini fridges, mobile phones, printers/faxes and stereos, tablets, and televisions. Acceptable clothing includes: bedding, clothing (kids & adults), curtains, gloves/belts/hats, Halloween costumes, handbags, napkins/table linens and shoes (kids & adults). Items they DO NOT accept: Alkaline batteries, CDs/DVDs/VHSs, coffee makers, fans, freezers, hangers, humidifiers, light bulbs and lamps, non-electronic universal waste, refrigerators, rugs, smoke detectors, stuffed animals, tapes/floppy discs, transformers, vapes/e-pens/e-cigarettes, or washers and dryers.