Nevada State Recycle is a socially and environmentally conscious recycling company.

What is “E-WASTE”

Defined by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “e-waste” is an informal name for electronic products nearing the end of their useful life.  Computers, televisions, VCRs, copiers, printers, keyboards, cell phones and batteries are common electronic waste.  Many of these products can be reused, refurbished, or recycled.

Library Recycle Event

January 6th

10 am to 2 pm

What Do We Recycle?

• Adaptors and Chargers


• Audio & Video Tapes


• CD & DVD ROM Discs


• Cellular Phones & Pagers


• Circuit Boards/Motherboards


• Computer Monitors

• Computers, Desktops, and PC Towers


• CD & DVD Players


• Wires & Connectors

• PDA/Handheld Systems

• Fax Machine, Copiers, & All-In-One’s


• Floppy Disks & CD-ROM Drives


• Keyboards and Mice


• Laptop & Notebook Computers


• LCD’s, and Plasma Screens

• Modems & Routers


• Medical Equipment: X-rays, Mammograms

• Printer Ink Cartridges and Toners


• Printers and Scanners


• Radio Equipment


• Rechargeable Batteries:             Lithium Ion, etc.

• Servers and Server Racks



• Speakers


• Stereo and Audio Equipment


• Typewriters

• VCR Players


• Video Cameras

We DO NOT Accept:   Plastic Bottles and Aluminum Cans, Household Batteries, Oil and Liquids, Hazardous Medical Waste

 

 

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