Missouri E-cycling Events

This is a list of planned collection events to recycle or dispose electronic equipment. This list is not intended as an endorsement or warranty to any company or product by or from e-cycle Missouri. If you would like to have your event added to this list, please contact Heidi Rice. Please allow two business days for your event to be posted.

 

Date
Time
Location
City
Event Details
Saturday, Sept. 6 10 am - 4 pm Ritenour High School
9100 St. Charles Rock Road
St. Louis

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.

Saturday,
Sept. 6
9 am - 1 pm Highland High School
21504 State Hwy 6
Lewistown

The Lewis County School District and Midwest Recycling Center have partnered to hold an electronics collection event. This event is open to everyone.

A $15 fee will be charged for each television under 27" and $35 for each television over 27" and all console and big screen televisions. All other electronic items accepted FREE of charge. Other household items will also be collected. For more information, call 8-555-MRC-RECYCLE or visit their website at www.midwrc.net

Saturday,
Sept. 6
9 am - noon Pacific United Methodist
1516 W. St. Louis St.
Pacific

RNA Worldwide is holding an electronics collection event.

For event details or changes, call 314-338-4402 or visit their website at www.rnaworldwide.com

Saturday,
Sept. 6
9 am - noon Home Depot
3215 Clark Lane
Columbia

The City of Columbia, Mid-Missouri Recycling and Home Depot have partnered to hold an electronics collection event. This event is open to all area residents and small businesses.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors and microwaves, $10-20 fee for televisions and $25 fee for copiers. All other electronics accepted FREE of charge. Hard drives can be destroyed for a $10 fee if they are in the computer, or $5 if removed. For more information, call Stan Fredrick at 573-474-3997 or email at recycle@socket.net.

Sunday,
Sept. 7
10 am - 4 pm US Bank
5433 Telegraph Road
St. Louis

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.

Friday,
Sept. 19
noon - 6 pm St. Charles Family Arena
2002 Arena Parkway
St. Charles

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.

Saturday,
Sept. 20
8 am - 11 am Paul Schroeder Park
359 Old Meramec Station Road
Manchester

RNA Worldwide is holding a PERMANENT monthly electronics collection event for all West County residents.

For event details or changes, call 314-338-4402 or visit their website at www.rnaworldwide.com.

Saturday, Sept. 27 9 am - 3 pm Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex
17925 N. Outer 40 Road
Chesterfield

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.

Saturday,
Sept. 27
TBA Mid Rivers Mall
1600 Mid Rivers Mall
St. Peters

RNA Worldwide is holding an electronics collection event.

For event details or changes, call 314-338-4402 or visit their website at www.rnaworldwide.com

Saturday, Oct. 4 10 am - 4 pm Ritenour High School
9100 St. Charles Rock Road
St. Louis

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.

Sunday,
Oct. 5
10 am - 4 pm US Bank
5433 Telegraph Road
St. Louis

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.

Friday,
Oct. 17
noon - 6 pm St. Charles Family Arena
2002 Arena Parkway
St. Charles

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.

Saturday,
Oct. 18
8 am - 11 am Paul Schroeder Park
359 Old Meramec Station Road
Manchester

RNA Worldwide is holding a PERMANENT monthly electronics collection event for all West County residents.

For event details or changes, call 314-338-4402 or visit their website at www.rnaworldwide.com.

Saturday,
Oct. 25
9 am - 3 pm Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex
17925 N. Outer 40 Road
Chesterfield

WITS is providing a FREE monthly drop-off location for all electronics.

There is a $5 fee for computer monitors, laptops and appliances larger than a microwave to help cover recycling costs. There is also a fee for CRT, projection and console televisions and LCD televisions with a broken screen. For more information, please visit their website at www.witsinc.org.