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Where can I drop of my Old Printer for recycling?

Where can I drop of my Old Printer for recycling?

You can drop-off your printer for recycling at our recycling center (warehouse) in Hillsboro Oregon. There is a $2.00 charge per small printer, for larger printers see details below. You may also qualify for free recycling if you have large volume of items to recycle. Discounts will automatically be applied during the schedule process.

Definition of a small printer copier:

Small printers are the easiest to define, they typically cost between $30 and $170 dollars. These are regular home printers that a family use a few times a week for school projects etc.


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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.

We will also pick-up at your home or office for an additional fee based on your Zip Code

A small printer typically weighs between 5 and 20 lbs, is easy to move around and is placed on a desk or in a printer drawer. These printers usually have one paper tray and can only print standard 8 x 11.5 inch paper. They are sold at stores like Fred Meyer, Radio Shack etc

The most popular brands are: Brother, Canon, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Epson. and Lexmark. These printers are limited to one color cartridge and one black ink cartridge.

Other brand of printers that we recycle are: IBM, Kodak, Konica, Kyocera, Minolta, NEC and Oki Data.

These printers could be black and white, monochrome, or color printers. They are typical Deskjet, Dot Matrix, Inkjet, Laser, Thermal or Solid Ink printers