Electronics Recycling

In Anne Arundel County

Anne Arundel County offers permanent year-round collection of electronics.

They accept the following:
  • VCRs and DVD Players
  • CPUs, Hard Drives and Servers
  • Computer Mice and Keyboards
  • Cameras (digital & video)
  • Cable Set Top Box (analog, digital, satellite)
  • Cell Phones, Tablets and Personal Digital Assistants
  • Printers and Scanners
  • Power/Backup Supplies
  • Laptops and Gaming Devices/Consoles
  • Radios, Stereos, Speakers, MP3 Players and CD Players
  • Computer Cables and Cords
  • Miscellaneous Circuit Boards, Chips and Cards
  • Other Computer or Electronic Related Accessories

Please Note: All County facilities will accept discarded TVs and Computer Monitors from County residents for disposal but these items are not recycled by the electronics recycling service provider.

Information found at aacounty.org


In Baltimore County


Baltimore County residents may also drop off the following household electronics for recycling at all three County drop-off facilities:

  • Central processing units (CPUs), including desktop, laptop and tablet computers
  • Computer peripherals, including mice, keyboards, printers, scanners, cables and cords
  • Miscellaneous computer parts, including circuit boards, chips, cards and power supplies
  • Electronic reading devices (e-readers)
  • GPS devices
  • Cell phones
  • Smoke alarms
  • Radar detectors

Recycling televisions and monitors has become increasingly difficult. These items will now be accepted at County drop-off facilities for disposal rather than recycling. Alternatively, there are several manufacturer take-back locations that specifically accept televisions and monitors for recycling.

These drop-off facilities are for household electronics only. No business or institutional materials will be accepted.

Info found at baltimorecoutymd.gov