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We work with a wide variety of local businesses, organizations, governments and educational facilities to develop responsible strategies for E-Waste recycling.

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Monroe Tech's Business Computer & Electronics Recycling Services Made Easy

Monroe Tech's Computer & Electronics programs are designed to keep you focused on what you do best, run your business. Not only do we provide a free pickup service, but we will also pay you for your retired computer & electronic equipment! Contact us for details on our fast and easy recycling services!

Responsible Recycling

We have been providing computer technology & electronics recycling services in the Rochester, NY area for over 10 years. We are proud to be a registered computer & electronics recycler with the New York State D.E.C.

Green Fact

Our E-Waste recycling service saves over a million pieces of computer & electronic equipment from going into our local Rochester landfills annually!

Recycle that

We are now accepting a wide range of computer and electronic equipment for recycling. Desktop computers, laptops, servers, phones, printers, LED & plasma TV’s, tablets, industrial & medical equipment and more. Call us at 392-TECH to discuss your E-Waste recycling needs.

The Importance of Computer & Electronics Recycling

The use of electronic products has grown substantially over the past two decades, changing the way and the speed in which we communicate and how we get information and entertainment. According to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Americans now own approximately 24 electronic products per household.

Used computers, monitors and other electronic equipment that are disposed of improperly have the potential to contaminate our environment and prematurely fill our existing landfills. Companies that don’t comply with state and federal regulations can face thousands of dollars in fines and cleanup costs as a result. Monroe Tech Computer & Electronics Recycling Services eliminates these risks and ensures that the environment is protected by recycling electronic equipment and components, managing hazardous materials and turning your waste into a reusable commodity. Our electronics recycling services helps to keep millions of pounds of electronics and dangerous chemicals out of our landfills and water supplies.

Rochester NY Electronics Recycling News

On January 1, 2015 a New York State law will make it illegal to throw electronics in the trash. It’s the last portion of the state’s Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse law to take effect.
The types of electronics that will have to go through a process like this under the new law are televisions, computers, laptops, remotes, DVD players, radios, etc. The Department of Environmental Conservation is regulating this law. Violators will be fined $100.
Electronic Equipment Covered by the Law:
Computers (including laptops, desktops, tablets and e-readers)
You should erase personal information before recycling.
Cathode ray tubes
Computer peripherals (including any cable, cord, or wiring accompanying the computer peripheral.)
Electronic keyboards
Electronic mice or similar pointing devices
Facsimile machines, document scanners, and printers (only those intended for use with a computer and weighing less than 100 lbs.)
Small electronic equipment (including any cable, cord, or wiring accompanying the small electronic equipment.)
Digital video recorders (DVRs)
Portable digital music players
DVD players (including projectors with DVD player capabilities intended for home-use)
Digital converter boxes
Cable or satellite receivers (including digital media receivers)
Electronic or video game consoles (including both handheld devices and those intended for use with a video display device)
Small scale servers
Covered electronic equipment does not include: any motor vehicle or any part thereof; camera or video camera; portable or stationary radio; household appliances such as clothes washers, clothes dryers, refrigerators, freezers, microwave ovens, ovens, ranges or dishwashers; equipment that is functionally or physically part of a larger piece of equipment intended for use in an industrial, research and development or commercial setting; security or anti-terrorism equipment; monitoring and control instrument or system; thermostat; hand-held transceiver; telephone of any type; portable digital assistant or similar device; calculator; global positioning system (GPS) receiver or similar navigation device; a server other than a small-scale server; a cash register or retail self checkout system; a stand-alone storage product intended for use in industrial, research and development or commercial settings; commercial medical equipment that contains within it a cathode ray tube, a flat panel display or similar video display device, and is not separate from the larger piece of equipment; or other medical devices as that term is defined under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

Responsible Industries Recycling With Us

  • Machine Shops

    Machine Shops, Tool and Die, CNC Machine Shops, Aerospace, Engineering

  • Retail

    Retail locations, stores, clothing, jewelry, home goods, grocery stores, Electronics, general merchandise, office supplies, IT computer services, Restaurants, Travel, Hospitality, Hotels

  • Educational

    Public schools, private schools, colleges, elementary schools, high schools, middle schools

  • Non Profit Organizations

    Churches, charities, educational, humanitarian, children, social services

  • Financial

    Banks, Credit Unions,Accountants, CPA’s, Investment, Stock Brokers

  • Healthcare

    Hospitals, Medical Services, Fire Departments, EMS Services, Insurance, Healthcare Facilities, DR. Offices, Dental, General Practice, After Hours

  • Governments

    Towns, Villages, Cities, Local Municipalities, Offices, Public Works, Utilities

What Our Customers Are Saying

Thomas W.

Great service easy and fast! All recycling services provided with little to no impact on our company. Monroe Tech Recycling came to our business, picked everything up left nothing behind. Fast and friendly!

Thomas W.Health Care Recycling
Shari T.

We used Monroe Tech Electronics Recycling for a fundraiser for our group and everything was great! Nice program to earn money for our group, and at the same time helps out our enviroment.

Shari T.Non Profit Organization
Mike R.

Love having a place local that we can bring our old electronics to and know they are being recycled responsibly. Great service to our local community.

Mike R.Residential Customer
Kyle A.

We just upgraded our companies datacenter and the next day Monroe Tech was at our location collecting all our old equipment. Really enjoyed having them come out and getting everything from us, and especially at no charge.

Kyle A.Business Customer

Areas We Are Proud To Service

East Irondequoit
East Rochester
Greater Rochester
Honeoye Falls
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