The Town of Fountain Hills is proud to continue with the service of providing its residents with safe and free electronics recycling events. The Town is pleased to continue its partnership with Westech Recyclers as our provider for the electronic recycling events.
The Town will also be collection CFL bulbs and fluorescent tube light bulbs for disposal.
We recycle a wide range of e-waste such as, computers, computer monitors, copiers, faxes, telecommunication equipment, medical equipment (no bio-waste), household batteries, video recorders, cameras, cable TV boxes and a variety of other electronic equipment. Please view a recyclable electronic items list.
Important Notice !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Due to the current market conditions for CRT’s, Westech will not be accepting the Cathode ray tubes (CRT’s), as seen pictured here. Also, no vacuums, hair dryers, speakers or remotes will be collected at the event on April ?, 2017, but will be accepting all of the other electronic items.
The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Land Fill accepts Cathode ray tube (CRTs) monitors and TVs. They are located at the intersection of Hwy 87 (beeline) and Gilbert Rd. There is a $10 per unit fee.
Items not accepted at recycling events:
Other household appliances
Other household hazardous waste
Washer and dryers
Working household appliances can be brought to the Goodwill collection site on Fountain Hills Boulevard (next to Safeway). Local Scout Troop 444 will pick up old non-working appliances, hot water tanks and other metals as a fund raiser. To schedule a pickup of items by the Troop, contact Paul Perreault at 480-206-7477.
Electronics Recycling Collection Information
The following information will help you to understand what you need to do to get involved in recycling within Fountain Hills:
Who: Residents of Fountain Hills, Rio/Tonto Verde and the Fort McDowell Indian Community
What: Electronics Recycling Collection Event
Where: Town Hall/Community Center Parking Lot
When: The next collection event will be in the fall of 2017
If you have an immediate need to dispose of unwanted electronics they cam be brought to your nearest Best Buy store for recycling.