– Recycling obsolete computer equipment reduces the amount of solid waste filling our landfills.
– Recycling helps to comply with certain federal and state environmental statutes.
– The Computer Recycling Center, LLC is located at 528 N. Prince Lane, Springfield, Missouri 65802.
– Our hours of operation are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Computer Recycling Center, LLC currently accepts
– Cell Phones
– Various other e-waste items
Please see a complete list under our “Items Accepted” page.
E-waste is defined as unwanted or end of life electronics or electrical devices and their parts. Simply put, anything with a battery or a cord can and should be recycled.
E- Waste contains hazardous materials such as mercury, lead, and cadmium that can cause real and lasting damage to our environment and public health.
Universal waste is a special classification of hazardous waste with special treatment and handling criteria set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Universal waste consists of batteries, most light bulbs, and all mercury (Hg) containing devices.
Universal waste contains mercury, acids and other hazardous materials. Additionally, Federal and State laws require that these materials be managed properly.
Appliance waste, also known as “white goods”, are household goods such as microwaves, toasters, washers, dryers and ovens.
Appliance Waste items are large and take up a lot of landfill volume. Most items also contain hazardous substances such as refrigerants, oils, circuit boards, PCB capacitors, and mercury.