The Cass County Sustainability Committee will hold periodic E-Waste Collection Events in the area. Help protect our water and environment and save landfill space by properly disposing of your old cell phone, computer, television, and other electronics.
Our next event is scheduled for:
Saturday, May 13, 2023 8:00 a.m. — noon
21001 S. School Rd., Peculiar, MO
Please consult www.recyclespot.org for information on possible e-waste disposal sites and dates in the metropolitan area.
Items accepted at No Charge:
Computer towers, keyboards, printers, laptops, tablets, cell phones, land line phones, cassette players, VCR/DVD players, computer mouse, copiers, scanners, routers, gaming systems, radio/stereos, lithium-Ion batteries from laptop or cell phone only, APC battery back-up, cords and wiring from electronics, small household appliances such as coffee maker, blender, toasters, etc.
Because the items below contain hazardous materials and require special handling, Meredith Recycling charges fees to accept them.
*FEES* will apply to:
$20 each for LCD or Plasma TVs & Monitors.
$25 each for CRT TVs under 26″ (diagonal).
$25 each Rear Projection TV and CRT monitor
$30 each for CRT TVs over 26″ (diagonal).
Items NOT Accepted:
CDs, floppy disks, flash drives, VCR tapes, ink or toner cartridges, alkaline batteries, nickel-cadmium or metal-hydrate batteries, batteries for power tools, or light bulbs.
Checks and Cash Only
Please leave original packaging at home
No materials are sent overseas. This article in Popular Science highlights the reason why that’s so important (and why it’s important to use a recycling company that doesn’t ship it out). All are safely destroyed and recycled. Save landfill space and protect our environment while cleaning out your old junk electronics!
The 2020 World Championship Ray-Pec Robotics Team “System Meltdown” FRC 2357 will be there to help unload your electronics. Donations to the team are gladly accepted.
This event is provided through a partnership of the Cass County Sustainability Committee,
The Raymore-Peculiar School District, and Meredith Recycling, Montrose, MO