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HOW DO I GET RID OF IT?
The A to Z Guide for Recycling & Disposal in Pinellas County
Questions? Call Solid Waste at 464-7500.
All phone numbers are area code 727, unless otherwise indicated.
computer equipment including CPU, monitor, laptop, keyboard, printer, mouse,
scanner, external drive, modem, tape drive, battery backup (UPS or power supply)
Click here for Ten Tips for Donating a Computer.
These are hazardous waste. Do NOT dispose with regular trash!
1. Reduce waste by repairing computer equipment, so you can keep it (see
“Computer—Service & Repair” in the Yellow Pages). Consider buying a used
computer instead of a new one (see “Computer—Used” in the Yellow Pages).
2. Drop off at a Pinellas County mobile collection or the HEC3 facility for recycling
(free for residents).
3. Dunedin residents or businesses: The City of Dunedin offers curbside pickup
of electronics. There is a recycling fee of $17.12 per item (no charge for small
computer accessories, such as a keyboard). Call 298-3215, ext. 21 so the item(s)
may be collected promptly. Please mark the item(s) with your street address.
4. Clearwater residents: The City of Clearwater offers an Electronics Collection
Day free drop off on the last Wednesday of each month from 7am-3pm for city
residents (not businesses) at the recycling center at 1701 N. Hercules Ave.
(562-4933). Bring up to six electronics and a utility bill for proof of residency.
5. St. Petersburg residents: The City of St. Petersburg offers curbside pickup of
computers for recycling including monitors and printers. Call 893-73