Residents: Safely Dispose of Unwanted Electronics

Need a way to properly dispose of old computers, modems, printers, cell phones, VCRs or other electronic items? We've got a solution for you! Mark your calendar for Saturday, Jan. 6. On this day from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Heartland Park (100 William Dierberg Dr.), the City will host an electronics recycling event.

This "drive-thru and drop-off" event will be for Wentzville utility customers only (water/sewer/trash). Residents must present a utility bill and a valid driver's license in order to participate. The following items will be accepted FREE of charge.

Computers
Servers
Desktop PCs
Laptops
Macs
Tablets
Keyboards
Computer Mice
Speakers
LCD Computer Monitors
Modems
Routers
Cables
Computer Components
Photography Equipment
Video Equipment
Blu-ray Players
DVD Players
Laserdisc Players
Betamax & VCRs
DVRs
Cable & Satellite Receivers
Satellite Dishes
Digital & Film Cameras
Audio Equipment
Receivers
Amplifiers
Speakers
MP3 Players
CD Players
Cassette Decks
Turntables
8-Track Players
Boomboxes
Microphones
Mixers
Rack Equipment
DAW Equipment
Office Machines
Printers
Copiers
Scanners
Fax Machines
Ink & Toner Cartridges
Shredders
Paper Joggers
Gaming Consoles
Video Game Accessories
Network Phone Systems
Cell Phones & Batteries
Land Line Phones
Cordless Phones
Rotary Phones
Satellite Phones
Phone Accessories
Lab Equipment
Medical Equipment
Robotics Equipment
All Cables & Power Cords
Lead-Acid Batteries
Rechargeable Batteries
GPS Systems
Microwaves
Washing Machines
Dryers
Dish Washers
Stoves & Ovens
Blenders
Coffee Makers
Toasters
End of Life Industrial Equipment

 
These items below will incur a recycling fee:
CRT Monitors = $5
CRT TVs (26" or less) = $30
CRT TVs (27" or more) = $50
Wood Console and True Big Screen/Projection TVs =$50
LED/LCD/Plasma TVs = 10
Any Freon containing unit = $10
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