Are you looking for someplace to recycle that old tube television or computer? Check out this list of retailers that accept and recycle old batteries, light bulbs, e-waste and more for little or no fee!
An online resource that will help you find a place to recycle just about anything!
Hamilton County Recyling and Solid Waste District
A list of recycling outlets that provide all kinds of recycling services to Greater Cincinnati Area business and sometimes residents.
Whole Foods Markets
Accepts #5 plastics and britta filters in the preserve products #5 recycling bins. Also recycles wine corks.
Takes just about anything electronic, including TVs, DVD players, computer monitors, audio and video cables, cell phones, and more. Most things are recycled absolutely free, with a few restrictions.
Every U.S. Best Buy store has free kiosks, just inside the door, for you to drop off ink and toner cartridges, rechargeable batteries, and wires, cords and cables.
Retail customers can easily recycle their e–waste by simply bringing their used computers, monitors, laptops, and desktop printers, faxes and all–in–ones to any Staples store.
They also recycle rechargeable batteries, personal electronics like phones, digital cameras, etc.
All electronic equipment accepted at no charge with the exception of CRT monitors ($10) and TVs ($20). Flat screen computer monitors and laptops accepted at no charge. Now collecting old batteries for recycling, including: rechargeable, automotive, and alkaline.
Accepts new and deconstructed building supplies for resale at its shop. Call for a list of acceptable items.
Crayons to Computers
Accepts office supplies such as paper, pens, and glue in a free store for local teachers.
Acceptable items include paint, pesticides and herbicides, household and automotive batteries, automotive fluid, wood varnish, stain, lacquer, propane tanks, acids, pool chemicals, mercury thermometers, oils, compact fluorescent and fluorescent bulbs, adhesives and antifreeze.
CBT Carpet Recycling
Accepts certain dry carpet and carpet pad, both post consumer and post industrial, for recycling.
Accepts gently used clothing, shoes, furniture, electronics, books, DVD’s, CD’s and more.
Butler County Household Hazardous Waste Program
Hamilton County House Hold Hazardous Waste program – returning soon