Electronics Recycling

Lewis County Electronics Recycling Opportunities

E-Cycle Washington

The Electronics Law in Washington State provides recycling of televisions, computers (towers), computer monitors, and laptops. This service is available to residents of Washington, small businesses, and schools.

There are five Washington State E-Cycle collectors in Lewis County where e-cycle waste may be dropped off for FREE:

  • The Goodwill Store located at 519 Harrison Avenue in Centralia. Call 360-736-3828 for more information and hours of operation
  • Tiger Mountain Technologies located at 208 Second Street in Morton. Call 360-496-6161 for more information and hours of operation.
  • Two Visiting Nurses Thrift Stores, in Chehalis, 360-345-1525 (435 NW Chehalis Ave); and one in Centralia, 360-623-1562 (222 S Pearl St.).

In addition to the locations listed above, the following items are accepted at your local Staples store for recycling at no cost to you (there is a limit of 7 items per customer per day):

Accessories/adapters/cables, copiers, hard drives, scanners, all-in-one computers, cordless phones, iPod/MP3 players, shredders, cable/satellite receivers, desktop computers, keyboards & mice, small servers, calculators, digital cameras, laptops, stereo receivers, camcorders, digital projectors, mobile phones, tablets, CD/DVD/Blu-ray players, eReaders, Modems, UPS/battery backup devices, coffee brewers (less than 40 lbs.), fax machines, monitors (including CRT, LED/LCD, plasma), video streaming devices (Apple TV, Roku, Plyer, etc.), computer speakers, gaming consoles/handhelds, printers/multi funtion devices, webcams, connected home devices, GPS devices, routers, flashdrives, and rechargeable batteries.

Items not accepted:

Alkaline batteries, appliances, floor-model printers and copiers, kitchen electronics, lamps or bulbs, large speakers, smoke detectors, large servers, non-rechargeable lithium batteries, televisions.

Visit the Washington State e-cycle website today! For more information visit the website or call 1-800-recycle.

Lewis County strongly urges customers to use the free locations listed above.