How to Recycle Computer Monitors
Did you know you can recycle computer monitors? Both old boxy monitors and newer flat panel displays can be recycled. While they aren’t accepted in most curbside programs, if your city or county hosts an e-waste collection event you can probably take them there.
Frequent Computer Monitor Recycling Questions
- Jump to the recycling search to find local options.
- Check with your computer’s manufacturer, or the retailer you purchased it from to see what kind of take-back or trade-in options might be available.
State regulatory requirements for e-scrap can be more stringent than the Federal requirements, and vary from state to state.
Check relevant state requirements via your local household hazardous waste facility.
- Circuit City
- Best Buy
- Staples – Accepts computers, monitors, laptops, desktop printers, faxes and all-in-ones
- U.S. EPA Plug-in Partners – Lists manufacturers, retailers and service providers that offer recycling of e- waste