Electronic waste recycling is done by sorting, dismantling, and recovering valuable materials from retired electronics by Ontario processors. At Kimco we will accept items for free drop off or inquire with our scrap manager about bulk loads of e-waste for pick-up or drop-off.
FREE drop-off for the following electronic items:
- Computer monitors
- Professional display devices
- All-in-one computers
- Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)
- Rear projection and Flat panel technologies (e.g. LCD, Plasma, LED)
- Digital picture frames
- Digital projectors
- Video equipment
- Video Cassette players (VCRs) and/or video projectors
Computers & Peripherals
- Desktop computers
- Portable computers (e.g. laptops, notebooks, netbooks, tablets)
- Hard drives
- Optical drives
- Digital Video Disk (DVD) players and recorders
Printers & Photocopiers
- Desktop printers
- Fax machines
- Floor standing printers or copiers
- Desktop printing, copying and multi-functional devices
- Handheld printers such as calculators with printing capabilities or label makers
- Desktop multi-function devices
- Home theatre systems
- Typewriters powered by an AC power plug or by internal battery unit
- Wire line telephones including rotary and touch-tone technologies
- Cordless telephones requiring an electrical base station/handset cradle for battery
- Charging and wire-line network connection
- Point of Sale (POS) receipt printers
- VoIP phones
- Home stereo amplifiers
- AM/FM Radios
- Home stereo systems
- Turntables (record players or gramophones)
- Speaker systems, including computer speakers
- Aftermarket vehicle audio and video devices
- Answering machines that utilize cassette-based or digital recording technologies
- Coffee makers
- Vacuum cleaners
- Toys and games
- Disks (DVDs, CDs etc.)
Protect Your Privacy!
Wipe Your Drives. Clear Your SIM Cards.
Clear all personal information from computers, cell phones, and electronics prior to drop off. Ensure all memory storage areas have been cleared of private information.
Find out how:
Download secure cleaning and removal software from the Internet.
Consult manufacturers’ websites or electronics owners’ manuals.
Ask an expert (or tech-savvy friend to help you understand).
Price negotiation for larger loads, contact our Scrap Manager, John Meaney, at Extension 160.