Recycling Electronics

E-Cycle Washington

E-Cycle Washington is a program that provides responsible recycling of:

  • Computers
  • Laptops
  • Monitors
  • E-readers
  • TVs
  • Tablets

As of January 2009, electronics manufacturers in Washington will take responsibility for recycling these products. Recycling is provided free of charge to households, small businesses, school districts, small governments and charities at authorized collection sites. For more information, visit their website.

Businesses

Local businesses that are currently participating in the E-Cycle Washington program include:

  • Goodwill Bellingham Store, 1115 East Sunset Drive
    Phone: 360-752-2080
  • Salvation Army Bellingham, 1515 Birchwood
    Phone: 360-733-1350
  • Recycling and Disposal Services, 4916 LaBounty Drive
    Phone: 360-384-8011
  • Value Village,150 East Bellis Fair Parkway
    Phone: 360-647-4292 
  • Best Buy, 4281 Guide Meridian
    Phone: 360-715-0008
    www.bestbuy.com/recycling
  • 1 PC LLC, 809 W. Orchard Drive, Suite 6
    Phone: 360-815-2200


Sanitary Service Company

Sanitary Service Company provides curbside pick-up for Bellingham residents and specially arranged pick-up for all county residents. Call ahead of time for details and pricing: 360-734-3490. Items can also be dropped off at the transfer station at 1001 Roeder Avenue. Fee applies.

Samsung Recycling Direct

Samsung Recycling Direct will accept all Samsung-branded consumer electronics sold in the United States ranging from televisions, DVD and VHS players, audio equipment and home theater systems, to mobile phones, cameras, camcorders, computer monitors, printers, and peripherals. This includes non-Samsung-branded consumer electronics in the same categories, for a nominal fee. In addition, a growing number of fixed drop-off locations will be made available for Samsung-branded home appliances. Visit their website to find the nearest location.