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Recycle My Electronics

Oregon E-Cycles collection sites and services accept computers, monitors and TVs at no charge to anyone bringing in seven or fewer items.

Important Reminder Regarding Data Security

Oregon E-Cycles and its participating collection sites and recyclers assume no liability for personal or confidential information left on your computer. It is recommended that you erase and remove all data before recycling. Simply reformatting your drive or deleting files does NOT provide secure and complete data destruction. Many software programs can do this for you.

TechSoup has articles explaining how to destroy your data:

The Department of Environmental Quality does not endorse any of these data security solutions. There may be other data security services or options in addition to those listed above.

Electronic devices

On June 29, 2011, Senate Bill 82 was signed into law. Beginning January 1, 2015, computer peripherals (keyboards and mice) and printers will be added to the Oregon E-Cycles Program.

Click here for the complete Senate Bill 82.

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For more information about Oregon E-Cycles, call 1-888-532-9253 or email

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Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
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