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Lake County, IN residents can recycle their electronics for FREE at the following locations. These locations listed below are strictly for electronics from a home as these are small centers and are NOT open to any business, schools, or organizations.
(**Businesses can call Opportunity Enterprises (through SecureShred) in Valparaiso (219) 476-1905 or
Cedar Lake Public Works Dept.
8550 Lakeshore Drive
Cedar Lake, IN
Hours: 7am - 3pm, Monday-Friday
City of Gary Recycling Department
900 Madison Street
Hours: 8 am - 2:30 pm, Monday - Friday
(219) 882-8445, Ext. 3
Crown Point Street Department
705 Industrial Blvd.
Crown Point, IN
Hours: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm, Monday - Friday
(219) 662-3252, Option 3
Highland Public Works
8001 Kennedy Ave.
Hours: 8:00-3:30, Monday - Friday and 8:30-2:30, Saturday
Hobart City Barns
340 S. Shelby
Hours: 8 am - 2 pm, Monday - Friday
Lowell Street Department
598 Union Avenue
Hours: 8 am - 3 pm, Monday - Friday
Munster Public Works Dept.
508 Fisher Street
Hours: 7:30 am - 2 pm, Monday-Friday
Whiting Public Works
1915 Front St.
Hours: 8:00 am -2:00 pm, Monday-Friday
Residents living in Dyer, Griffith, Lake of Four Seasons or St. John can contact their Public Works Department for information on electronic recycling in their community.
Amazon - Visit https://www.amazon.com/tradein for product trade-in information. Amazon also offers a mail-in recycling program.
Best Buy - Best Buy is the nation's largest retail recycler of used electronics and appliances. Best Buy will take all kinds of used tech, regardless of where you bought it, how old it is or who made it.
A fee is charged for some items including tube TVs, portable TVs, and TVs smaller than 50". Contact your local Best Buy store for more details.
Additional information regarding Best Buy's electronic recycling program can be found at http://www.bestbuy.com/recycle
Dell - Dell offers free returns on all Dell branded products. For more information go to http://www.dell.com/recycle
DID YOU KNOW?
Your printer cartridges can be refilled or recycled at Walgreens.
Office Depot and Staples offer electronic recycling, too! Contact them to see what they are currently offering.
**Businesses can call Opportunity Enterprises (through SecureShred) in Valparaiso (219) 476-1905 or
Regency Technologies-Chicago, IL (440) 248-3991 or Andrew (773) 382-1825