Hazardous Electronics and Chemicals
The following electronic items are considered hazardous due to substances such as lead, mercury, cadmium, and brominated flame retardants.*
*Not all electronics are hazardous. See our list of electronics that are NOT hazardous (such as fans, toasters or vacuum cleaners). An item IS hazardous if it contains any of the following: digital display, circuit board, or rechargeable battery. If in doubt, bring the item to us!
The following chemicals are considered hazardous because of the potential to cause a fire, release toxic fumes, pose a health risk for collectors, or contaminate the environment. It is safe to dispose of EMPTY chemical containers, aerosol cans, or paint cans in the trash.
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