Free Drop Off For: computers, keyboards, cell phones, networking equipment, flat screen monitors, laptops, radios, DVD players, recorders, cameras… most other electronics.
A Small Fee is Charged For: photocopiers, printers, televisions, CRT monitors, certificate of destruction for hard drives
We Buy: printed circuit boards, all scrap metals, newer electronics, surplus electronics – call 303.424.1600 for prices
Monday to Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday: 8 am to 4 pm
Location: Action Recycling Center, 7610 W. 42nd Ave (Three Acre Lane), Wheat Ridge CO 80033
PICK UP SERVICE AVAILABLE – call for details
Note: we are an electronics recycling center near I-76 (Interstate 76) and Wadsworth and near the intersection of Three Acre Lane (W. 42nd Avenue) and Wadsworth Blvd.; we are across the street from Big Lots, the Wheat Ridge Post Office and Ross Dress For Less, and we are just north of the Safeway grocery store near 38th and Wadsworth).
Why should I recycle my computer?
The rate of new technology in the last 20 years has created millions of obsolete computers and other electronics (e-waste). Because these devices often contain contaminants such as lead and mercury, Colorado law requires that residential and business electronics recycle all electronics. Dumping electronics in landfills has been banned in Colorado. Business are prohibited from dumping electronics by EPA regulation.
In addition, e-waste contain materials (such as metals and engineered plastics) which require considerable energy to process and manufacture. These materials can be recovered through recycling, thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions and saving energy and resources by extracting fewer raw materials.
The continued high demand for a cheaper, and faster computer has given the ability to upgrade every 2-3 years. This, creating a whole lot of unwanted older computers and electronic equipment. With businesses and home users needing the newest computer to run the latest games and software, this creates a growing need for proper disposal of obsolete equipment. Past estimates have shown that as low as 10% of obsolete computers have been properly recycled. The rest have ended up in landfills, storage, burned in incinerators, and in third world counties that have no modern means or education to properly handle the material. This material often ending up in untrained hands to be taken apart under hazardous conditions.
To get control of e-waste, many states have begun enforcing regulations for electronics that could cost a violator thousands of dollars for each device disposed of improperly. Even if you were being a kind and gave your computer to charity or to a friend, you could still be held responsible if your device ends up in a landfill.
Who will handle computers and electronics?
Action Recycling is commited to allowing a safe and cost effective way of handling old computers, monitors and other electronics. We have recycled computers and electronic components long before the government thought of regulations. Over 30 years of experience and knowledge in handling such material has made Action Recycling an industry leader in electronics recycling.
What about other electronics?
We recycle computers and peripherals, central processing units (CPUs), computer flat screen monitors, printers, fax machines, laptops, notebooks, ultra books, net books, electronic tablets, digital video disc (DVD) players, video cassette recorders (VCRs), radios, stereos, video game consoles, fax machines, digital video disc (DVD) players, video cassette recorders (VCRs), radios, stereos, video game consoles, telephones, microwaves, and more. Please contact us for more information on items that you may recycle with us.
What areas do we service?
We offer our services in all of Colorado, Wyoming (Cheyene, WY), Utah, New Mexico, Kansas, Arizona, and in cities such as Denver, Boulder, Greeley, Westminster, Aurora, Pueblo Colorado Springs, Wheat Ridge, Longmont, Loveland, Lakewood, Golden, and usually any place in a 150 mile radius of Denver, Colorado. Call us for details! 303-424-1600 Monday thru Friday 8 am to 5 pm, and Saturday 8 am to 4 pm, or stop by. We are located in the Denver metro are . If you have a large volume of computers, and/or electronics, and you live outside of Colorado, we may still be able to help, and transport your material to our Colorado facility.
Recycling electronics, computer recycling, electronics disposal, computer disposal, and all recycling of metals is our speciality.//