Burin Peninsula

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Electronic waste may hazardous materials that are potentially harmful to the environment if not disposed of in a safe manner. Electronic waste also contains valuable metals and components that can be safely recycled to manufacture new products.

Common electronic waste items include:

  • display devices such as tvs and monitors
  • desktop printers and scanners
  • computers and peripherals
  • home theatre in a box (HTB) systems
  • cellular and non-cellular telephones
  • audio and video systems.

Recycle MY Electronics

The Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) operates an industry-led and government-approved recycling program for a range of electronic products.  EPRA offers retail drop-off locations throughout the province and also hosts collection events in some communities across the province.

Location: Visit recycleMYelectronics.ca to find a list of province-wide drop-off locations and collection events.
Phone: 1-888-503-3201
Web: recycleMYelectronics.ca

Think About It

If your electronic device is still in working order, try selling it online or donating it to a charity.