Earth Day Electronics Recycling Drive

  • Integrated Building Systems 950 Michigan Avenue Columbus, OH, 43215 United States

Join Integrated Building Systems for our 5th annual Earth Day Electronics Recycling Drive on Friday, April 21, 2017.

Keep our landfills clean by recycling electronics! Simply drive up to our offices at 950 Michigan Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, and we'll unload your vehicle for you. New this year: Bring up to 5 boxes of papers for free shredding, and buy lunch from a taco truck!

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EVENT DETAILS

Free to recycle:

  • Nearly everything with a cord: computers, laptops, flat-screen monitors, keyboards, printers, fax machines, desk and mobile phones, servers, VCRs, DVD players, gaming systems, stereos, video equipment, computer power supplies.
  • Related items: cables, cords, ink cartridges, lithium-ion batteries.
  • Electronic data and personal information from computers is professionally erased by a secured, three-pass scrub of the hard drives.

Small fee to recycle:

  • CRT monitor ($15)
  • Large office copier ($35)
  • Tube/projection TV ($2 per inch/screen size)

Not accepted:

  • Smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, lightbulbs, items with Freon, hazardous materials

Paper shredding by Royal Document Destruction

We're happy to welcome Royal Document Destruction to our event this year. Individuals can bring up to 5 boxes of paper for professional, guaranteed record destruction.

Lunch from Cuco's Taco Truck

After dropping off your electronics and paper, stay for lunch! From 11 am to 2 pm, you can buy delicious tacos and burritos from Cuco's Taco Truck.

E-waste recycling by Community Computer Alliance

We're proud to recycle e-waste safely and securely with Community Computer Alliance. CCA is a nonprofit recycling organization in Columbus, Ohio, that gives back even more to our community by offering workforce development programs for people with developmental disabilities.

Other reasons why we recycle with CCA:

  • HIPAA-compliant data wipe
  • 99.9% reused/recycled
  • Licensed and bonded
  • Strict adherence to EPA guidelines

 

Questions about electronic recycling?