We recycle anything with a cord!
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|Appliances and Bulk Electronics and||Annual E-Waste Drive|
Recycling electronic waste, such as appliances and electronics, recovers rare materials that can be reused instead of lost to landfills and incinerators. E-waste recycling reduces the number of harmful materials that enter the environment, such as lead and heavy metals.
Have something you want to get rid of now?
Place a service request to have it picked up by Facilities Services (must use internet explorer).
Saint Louis University is dedicated to keeping hazardous materials from entering landfills. To do so, Facilities Services has developed a partnership with Midwest Recycling Center, a nationally certified electronics recycling hauler. A space is provided at Earhart Hall for the storage of larger recyclable items. In addition, Facilities Services offers an "anything with a cord" annual recycling drive that is open to the SLU campuses and St. Louis community to dispose of broken/unwanted electronics, appliances, etc. in a more environmentally friendly manner.
* MRC provides Saint Louis University with a Certificate of Proper Recycling, which documents what materials transferred ownership at each pickup.
Accepted items include:
SLU collects many everyday electronic-waste items that can be recycled but are not considered bulk e-waste. These items include:
The program is ongoing and ensures that the items are kept out of landfills.
Look for e-waste collection boxes in the following locations:
To help us actively monitor these locations and promote sustainability, please email email@example.com if you notice a box has been filled and needs emptied.
Recycling Media AMVAC
Although SLU does not currently have a program for recycling media, this type of e-waste can be mailed directly to American Military Veteran Assistance Corporation (AMVAC). AMVAC is able to recycle VHS tapes, CDs, DVDS, Blue-Rays, and virtually all of the plastic storage cases for these tapes and discs. AMVAC is unable to recycle the white vinyl (Disney-style) VHS cases. Fees to recycle media are based on the weight of the products to be recycled. However, at this time they are not R2 certified, confidential data should be removed prior to recycling.
Find out more information from AMVAC by visiting their website here.