Electronics Recycling Drive set for April 21

In honor of Earth Day, Integrated Building Systems will team up with local e-waste recycling firm Community Computer Alliance* for our 5th annual Electronics Recycling Drive. The event will take place Friday, April 21, 2017, from 8 am to 2 pm at the Integrated Building Systems office, 950 Michigan Avenue, Columbus, Ohio.

Simply drive up to the curb and volunteers will unload your vehicle for you!

electronic recycling

Businesses and individuals are invited to drop off nearly any electronic equipment with a cord for free recycling, including computers, laptops, cell phones, gaming systems, stereos, VCRs, DVD players, cables, cords, wires, LCD and CRT monitors, keyboards, printers, scanners, and ink and toner cartridges.

  • All electronic data and personal information from computers is professionally erased by a secured, three-pass scrub of the hard drives.
  • There are small fees to recycle certain items: tube-style/projection TVs ($2.00 per square inch), CRT monitors ($15), and large office copiers ($35).
  • Any electronics recycled at the Earth Day event are considered donations to the nonprofit CCA, which can offer a receipt for tax exemption.
Electronic equipment collected at our 2016 drive included computers, printers, and even an old overhead projector!

Electronic equipment collected at our 2016 drive included computers, printers, and even an old overhead projector!

paper shredding

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.

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.

more information

Questions? Call Integrated Building Systems at 614-240-5999.

Help us spread the news! Share the event on Facebook or download the event flier to distribute electronically (or in paper form, if needed -- save the trees!).

* Community Computer Alliance is a nonprofit organization that offers workforce development to individuals with Autism and other developmental disabilities. People in CCA’s workforce programs learn valuable job skills as they dismantle, sort and rebuild the electronics collected at recycling drives.