Richmond VA > Clean City Commission > e-Cycle Your Old Electronics

Last Updated: 2020-11-05

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Various parts of popular electronic devices may contain dangerous heavy metals, including lead, silver, barium, cadmium, chromium and mercury. The city of Richmond, in collaboration with the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA), typically holds e-recycling collection events quarterly. Please stay tuned for information on future city of Richmond sponsored events or visit the CVWMA website for more information.

Richmond are welcome to bring their unwanted electronics. Most items are accepted free of charge, such as CPUs, printers (desktop $2.50, office $7.50), keyboards, speakers, wires, cables, telephones and stereos. There is a $30 fee for televisions 27” and larger. The fee for televisions and CRTs smaller than 27” is $23. LCD Televisions are $12 per item.

Please visit CVWMA's Electronics Recycling page for more information.

Contact Information:

Clean City Commission
City of Richmond
3506 N. Hopkins Rd.
Richmond, VA
23224 USA
Phone: (804) 646-8325
Fax: (804) 646-8068
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