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FREE Electronic Recycling Drop-off & Pickup

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 500 Nepperhan Ave Yonkers NY 10701  See map
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Do you have old or even unusable computers and electronics just laying around your home or office? Don't throw them out — drop them off for FREE! We proudly service New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, and are registered with the Department of Environmental Conservation.

At Recycle Pink, we believe that recycling breeds new life. We also believe this new life and hope should venture well beyond electronic goods. Through our grassroots movement, we are committed to improving the lives and health of the global community. By means of adhering to the highest standards of environmentally conscious business practices, coupled with our charitable donation program, it is our mission to perpetuate environmental and social responsibility for all of humanity and to inspire others to do the same. Recycle Pink is changing the way organizations think about saving the planet — and the people on it — one new life at a time. FREE pickup for qualified businesses, schools, government agencies, and non-profit organizations! Give us a call at (914) 226-8888 today!

Examples Of What Recycle Pink Picks Up



  • Audio/Visual & Broadcasting Equipment

  • Calculators

  • Cameras

  • CDs, DVDs, Floppies, Tapes, VHS & Zip Disks

  • Cell Phones

  • Computers

  • Copy & Fax Machines

  • CRT & LCD Monitors

  • DVD & VCR Players

  • Hard Drives, Memory & Other Components

  • iPads, iPhones & iPods

  • Laptops

  • Networking & Telecommunication Equipment

  • Optical Drives

  • Pagers

  • PDAs

  • Printers, Scanners & Plotters

  • Recording Devices

  • Servers

  • Smart Boards

  • Tablets

  • Telephone Systems

  • Televisions

  • Toner

  • UPS Batteries

  • Video Games

  • ...And Much More!

Paula January 03, 2013 at 12:38 PM
For White Plains residents, you can also drop off computers, TVs, printers, and other electronics at the Gedney yard. The County periodically picks up the stuff and refurbishes what it can and redistributes it, and then disposes of what can't be reused properly. I'd say if you live near Yonkers, then you might want to use Recycle Pink. There's also a guy on Hazelton Ave in White Plains who refurbishes computers and then donates them to people who can't afford them through the Westchester PC Users group. He can even give you a receipt for tax purposes if the computer will be reusable. He knows how to destroy personal info stored on it.

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