MANUFACTURER TAKEBACK PROGRAM
Electronic Manufacturers that will recycle my old electronic device for free. Visit https://mde.maryland.gov/programs/LAND/RecyclingandOperationsprogram/Pages/registeredmanu.aspx for the list of manufacturer’s links on how to recycle their electronic device for free.
975 Kelly Road, Cumberland, MD, 301-724-1000, open Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4 pm.
*Limit of seven items can be recycled per customer per day. Store management has the right to refuse to accept items that may pose a health or safety risk. Televisions NOT ACCEPTED.
Your local Goodwill works with Dell Reconnect accepts any brand of used computer equipment in any condition. We also accept just about anything that can be connected to a computer. You can drop off your items during business hours. NO TV’s
All Cellphones regardless of size, make, model or age. We recommend that you remove the personal information on your phone, although it is not required. In the recycling process, the memory on the phones is destroyed and reusable materials are recycled before they are resold. And Rechargeable Batteries under 11-lbs: Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd), Lithium Ion (Li-Ion), Small Sealed Lead Acid (SSLA/Pb), Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH), and Nickel Zinc (Ni-ZN)
10801 Day Rd SE, Cumberland, MD, 301- 777-2877. Pays customer for Laptops 40¢/lb and Computer towers 10¢/lb
The Amazon Trade-In program allows customers to receive an Amazon.com Gift Card in exchange for thousands of eligible items including video games, Kindle E-readers, books, and more. The process is easy and convenient with an immediate offer and free shipping.
Visit the link above to find your device and answer a few questions for a FREE offer. Print prepaid shipping label and ship it for free with FedEx Ground. Receive an instant Walmart eGift Card after products are evaluated.
ELECTRONICS RECYCLING EVENTPlease complete our Recycling Event Notification Form if you would be interested in being contacted about an upcoming event.