We destroy data completely and recycle e-Waste items.

As an R2 Certified recycler, we can guarantee 100% recycling of your unused electronics— which means no land filling and no illegal exporting. To provide proper processing for CRTs we use a certified processor, which charges a fee to process these CRTs. We charge a fee of $15 for each old PC monitor and $30 for CRT televisions (new fee, effective 9/17/18). This is to ensure that we can properly recycle this environmental blight, and you can rest easy knowing that your waste hasn’t ended up where it doesn’t belong.

e-Waste Items We Accept

Communications Equipment

  • Cellular Phones & Accessories

  • Telephones

  • KSUs

  • Communication Systems

  • RF Equipment

  • PDAs

  • Transmitters/Receivers

  • LNAs, LNBs

  • Cell Tower Bases

  • Audio Devices

  • Answering Machines

  • Transceivers

  • Microwave Waveguides

  • Satellite Dishes

Office Equipment

  • Copiers & Fax Machines

  • Overhead Projectors

  • Shredders

  • Printers, Scanners & Plotters

  • Calculators

  • Toner Cartridges

  • Electric Typewriters

Personal Electronics

  • LCD/Plasma Televisions

  • CRT Televisions (fee may apply)

  • Compact Disc Players

  • Audio/Visual Equipment

  • VCRs

  • Camcorders & Cameras

  • Stereo Systems

  • Other Consumer Electronics

  • DVD Players

  • Cable TV Boxes

  • Electronic Games

  • Tape Players

Computer Equipment

  • CPUs

  • Keyboards

  • CRT Monitors (fee may apply)

  • Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)

  • Circuit Boards

  • Peripherals

  • Prototype Equipment

  • Proprietary Items

  • Towers

  • Servers

  • Mice

  • LCD Monitors

  • Power Supplies

  • Computer Components

  • Bar Coding Equipment

  • Laptops

  • Mainframe Computers

  • Hard Drives/CDs/Floppy Disks/Tapes

  • Cables & Wire

  • Modems

  • Printers

  • Routers

Special Equipment & Devices*

  • Aerospace & Aircraft Equipment

  • Weapons

  • Plasma Screens

  • Surveillance Equipment

  • Laser Sights & Equipment

  • Medical Equipment

  • Military Equipment

  • Lamp Ballasts (no PCB)

  • Microscopes

  • X-Ray Film & Equipment

  • Test Equipment

  • Industrial Lighting

*These items can not be accepted at our recycling collection events: 

We will not accept any appliances, car batteries, any units with sludge or liquids, mercury containing items, any non-decontaminated medical equipment or anything that would pose a health hazard, units with compressors, such as air conditioners, dehumidifiers, microwaves, and other items e-End deems unacceptable for electronic recycling.

The Dangers of e-Waste

  • According to the EPA, over 2.37 million tons of electronics, including TVs, cell phones and computer products, reach their end-of-life each year. About 25% of these devices are collected for recycling with the remainder winding up in landfills.
  • This means lead, cadmium, mercury, chromium and polyvinyl chlorides, and other heavy metals whose known toxicological effects range from brain damage to kidney disease to mutations and cancers, could end up in the water you drink or the air you breathe.
  • In the U.S. alone, the EPA estimates that over 47 million computers become obsolete each year. In addition to computers, devices such as televisions, computer accessories, printers, scanners, fax machines, cell phones and more are also considered e-waste.

Hazardous Materials Found In Computer and Other Electronics

Cathode ray tubes (CRTs) contain approximately 4-7 pounds of lead in the radiation shielding of the glass and in lead solder on wires and connections.

PC Chassis & Plastic Shell

Hexavalent chromium is applied to steel plates for corrosion protection. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) are used as flame retardant in computer plastics. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) components, when burned, give off highly toxic dioxin fumes.


Cathode ray tubes (CRTs) contain approximately 4-7 pounds of lead in the radiation shielding of the glass and in lead solder on wires and connections. Barium can also be found in the glass shielding. Phosphorus is in the inside coating of the faceplate. Hexavalent chromium is applied to galvanized steel parts to prevent corrosion.

 Circuit boards

Lead solder is used to connect semiconductors and other components and wires to motherboards and integrated chip sets.Cadmium can be found in semiconductors and resistors. Beryllium is often found on boards and connectors. Printed circuit boards contain mercury.


Plastic covers of wires both inside and outside of a PC contain PBDE and PVC which, when burned, release toxic fumes.

Computer Recycling Drop Off Location:

Monday – Friday: 9AM-4PM
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

7118 Geoffrey Way Unit E
Frederick, MD 21704
Phone: (240) 529-1010