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Electronic Waste: Reuse, Donation, and Recycling Organizations

January 2013

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To promote computer reuse and recycling, and discourage discarding equipment in the trash, EPA offers New England residents a list of reuse, donation and recycle organizations.  These organizations can help find new users for your old equipment.  If you cannot find someone to use your computer, a recycler may take it apart and salvage and/or recycle the valuable materials.  Contact these organizations to see what they accept, any associated fees, and how transportation is arranged.

In compiling this list, we cannot include all the local organizations that accept computers for reuse or recycling. We encourage you to use the list as a starting point and check other options, such as local universities and colleges, vocational schools, charities, libraries and religious organizations.  Your local recycling coordinator might also offer information on other programs.  Finally, listing your computer equipment on a Materials/Waste Exchange (listed by state, see below) may help identify other businesses or organizations that can use it.

If you have questions about donating or recycling a computer, or if you have suggestions for additions or corrections to this list, please contact:

Christine Beling (beling.christine@epa.gov)
EPA New England
5 Post Office Square, Suite 100
Mailcode: OES04-1
Boston, MA 02109-3912
Phone: (617) 918-1792


Reuse Market Place
The Reuse Market Place is a free regional network to find, sell, trade, or give away reusable and surplus items that would otherwise be disposed as trash. The site is supported by businesses and the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. Anyone is welcome to search or browse the posted items. The website is administered by the Northeast Recycling Council (NERC).


Concepts for Adaptive Learning
3 Racebrook Court
Cheshire, CT 06410

National Cristina Foundation
Maine Meeting Place
500 West Putnam Ave
Greenwich, CT
Phone: (203) 863-9100

Computers for Communities
P.O. Box 1203
Burlington, CT 06013
Telephone: (860) 214-3219
Email: info@computers4communities.org



Community Resource Management
20 Union Street
Lynn, MA
Contact: John Chapman
Phone: (781) 598-6003

Metrowest Center for Independent Living
280 Irving Street
Framingham, MA 01702
Telephone: (508) 875-7853 ext 20
Email: steveh@mwcil.org

Shawmut Education, Inc.
70 Glenville Avenue
Allston, MA 02134
Contact: David Pearson
Phone: (857) 222-3217 or (617) 254-1134
Email: dpearson@shawmuteducation.org

Youthbuild Boston
504 Dudley St.
Boston, MA 02119
Contact: Steve Whitney
Phone: (617) 445-8887 x 112
Email: swhitney@yboston.org


Maine Computers for Schools
17 Mallison Falls Rd.
S. Windham, ME 04062
Email: darrell.w.lee@maine.gov

PCs for Maine
Chris Martin
Phone: 1-866-727-5262
Email: chris@pcsformaine.org


Good Point Recycling
PO Box 1010
Middlebury, VT 05753
Phone: (802) 382-8500

266 Pine Street
Burlington, VT-05401
Phone: (802) 658-4143
Email: info@resourcevt.org

28 River St, Suite 1
Windsor, VT 05089
Phone: 802-674-6320
Email: wincycle@wincycle.org


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