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EARTH DAY EVENT - Saturday, April 22nd is Earth Day and we will be open that Saturday from 9 AM until 2 PM to assist the public with the proper recycling of all electronic equipment. Please see our Accepted Items page to learn what you can drop off that day. Recycling fees apply to televisions, monitors, printers and large copiers. Otherwise, we take it at no cost to you. We look forward to seeing you and thank you in advance for your participation in our Earth Day Event.
E-Recycling Events Information
Albuquerque Recycling, Inc. partners with community organizations, municipalities, counties and businesses to ensure that e-scrap recycling events are well planned and organized for a successful outcome.
We have conducted events with our recycling partners throughout the state to help plan and facilitate; load, collect and transport electronic scrap to our facility for processing and we recycle the e-scrap in an environmentally safe manner. To date, we have participated in and officially conducted hundreds of events.
No matter the size of your event, we will help you with the planning, provide the personnel for loading and the trucks for transporting. We work alongside your volunteers and workers during the event and help with clean up afterwards.
Workplace events are increasing in popularity along with community recycling drives. These events provide community members and employees with the opportunity to bring in their e-scrap for recycling at a convenient time. These events encourage recycling, divert electronics and potentially hazardous waste from entering the landfills and protect our precious environment.
Call to inquire about scheduling your next community or workplace event!
We proudly acknowledge our citizens and the students who have significantly benefited our community by hosting E-Recycling Events each year. Enjoy photos below of past events.
Eldorado High School rocks when it comes to e-waste recycling. Their annual event was held recently and the high school students pictured below did a great job in collecting over 11,000 pounds of e-waste. Great job, Eldorado students!