Best Buy Recycling Program Michigan – Best Buy locations across Michigan accept most electronic devices for recycling with no scheduled drop-off times or long lines.
I’ve definitely taken advantage of the Oakland County No Haz events to recycle our old junk. I’ve waited in the long lines with a trunk full of paint cans, hair dryers, hard drives and old clock radios. Sometimes the lines can get long so I always recommend getting there early.
I recently heard of another option that is also convenient just in case you can’t make it to one of the scheduled No Haz events. Best Buy accepts most electronic devices for recycling and it’s absolutely free. There is no scheduled drop off time so no need to plan around long lines. You can bring your electronic devices that you need to rid of during store hours and they will take care of it for you. So, as far as I’m concerned, this is a great back up plan for getting rid of old electronic equipment.
I obtained the following info regarding the Best Buy Recycling Program Michigan from the Best Buy website …
What Best Buy Recycling Program Michigan Accepts
- Seven items per household per day.
- Nearly everything electronic, including tube TVs and monitors up to 32″, flat-panel TVs and monitors up to 60″, peripherals, DVD players, home and car audio, cell phones, MP3 players, and cables.
- Desktop or laptop computers.
- Small electrics, fans and vacuums.
- No cost to the consumer.
What Best Buy Recycling Program Michigan Won’t Accept
- Console TVs of any size, or tube TVs and monitors larger than 32″. Use our haul-away or pickup programs for these items.
- Electronics containing refrigerants, such as mini refrigerators or air conditioners. Please contact your local waste disposal department.
- Appliances. Use our haul-away or pickup programs for refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, washers and dryers, ranges and microwaves.
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