Walk-in and Drop Off Recycling at Best Buy

Walk-in and Drop Off Recycling at Best Buy

Gregory Han
Jun 2, 2008

We've reported before about where to recycle your E-waste a few times, including mention of Best Buy's recycling drop-off kiosks. But now the consumer electronics giant is allowing customers to bring up to two electronic items per household per day into specific stores in Baltimore, San Francisco, and Minnesota without charge. Details below...

Best Buy will accept old phones, cameras, PC peripherals, small electronic devices and televisions measuring under 32" diagonally. There are also additional incentives and programs listed on their site:

Appliance Recycling – Best Buy will remove an old or obsolete appliance at no charge from a consumers' home when a new product is purchased and is being delivered to the home by Best Buy Home Delivery or Geek Squad.

Television Recycling – Best Buy will remove an old or obsolete television at no charge from a consumers' home when a new product is purchased and is being delivered to the home by Best Buy Home Delivery or Geek Squad.

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