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Keyboard and Mouse Recycling

Keyboard and Mouse Recycling, Disposal and Donation

Keyboards and mice can often be reused.  However, if they are not in a re-usable condition, the best option is to recycle them. There are no cost to recycle your keyboard or mouse, we also don’t have any limitations on the quantity that you want to recycle, we will accept them all, your keyboards for recycling in one batch. We also have a same day recycling pickup service which you can select during scheduling.


Computer Mouse and Keyboard Recycling
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Customer Information

Items For Recycling/Donation

Please tell us how much stuff you have so we know which size truck to dispatch. A full truck load is approximately 1 room or 1 garage full of stuff

Ongoing Scheduled Pickups

Do you have a large cleanup project or generate lots of electronic waste on a regular basis? We have a easy solution, with our easy online system you can request recycling bins delivered to your business. No quantity limit.
This is for new and current customers. You can scale up or down as needed.
This is for new and current customers. You can scale up or down as needed.

What happens to your keyboard or mouse?

All keyboards and mouse are dismantled and sorted at our facility.  Most recyclers simply shred or bale and export their keyboards. However, because we dismantles the keyboards, there are many more uses for the recycled material.  These materials recovered from keyboards include plastic, rubber, wire, metal, and Mylar.

Mice are taken apart and recycled for their plastic, wire, and circuit boards when applicable.

There are three main parts that make up a personal computer. The computer is the large steel box which contains the hard drive, DVD or CD, power supply, mother board, and the processor. The computer may also contain other components such as the sound and video cards, and internal modems. The monitor could be the newer LCD or older CRT type, it is the screen, or the part of the computer that looks like a television. The keyboard is the part which, not surprisingly, looks like a typewriter keyboard. In some older models, the computer may be housed in the same case as the monitor or the keyboard. For the purposes of this fact sheet the keyboard is considered to be part of the computer.