What We Recycle / Buy

  • Monitors

    LCD Monitor We charge $0.38/lb

    LCD TV We charge $0.45/lb

    CRT Monitor / TV We charge $0.45/lb

    The reason for the charge is that monitors contain toxic materials such as lead and have very specific processes that need to be followed in order for the items to be recycled safely.

  • Batteries

    Lithium Ion Rechargeable Batteries We pay $0.20/lb

    Nickel We charge $1.00/lb

    • Ni-Cd Rechargeable Batteries
    • Ni-Mh Rechargeable Batteries

    Lead Acid Rechargeable Batteries We pay $0.08/lb

    Alkaline Disposable Batteries We charge $5.00/lb

    • Please note, All battery terminals must be taped! We charge a $60/hr fee for untaped batteries.

    Also, you may notice that there are some batteries not listed because we are unable to recycle specific types of batteries. For more information or questions, please contact us.

  • Media

    Hard Drives We charge $5.00/drive for data destruction

    Call us for bulk pricing of Hard Drives or to discuss your data destruction needs for other types of media including:

    • Flash drives
    • SIM cards
    • External Hard drives
    • Tapes
    • CDs
  • Printing

    We charge $0.19 per pound for the following:

    We charge $1.00 per pound for Used Toner Cartridges.

  • Computers

    Laptops We pay $0.35/lb

    Desktop We pay $0.05/lb (incomplete) – $0.10/lb (complete)

    *If hard drives are installed our standard data destruction fees apply

  • Network Equipment

    Servers We pay $0.05/lb (incomplete) – $0.11/lb (complete) *If hard drives are installed our standard data destruction fees apply

    Racks We accept at no charge

    Routers We pay $0.10/lb

    Switches We pay $0.10/lb

    Hubs We pay $0.10/lb

  • Computer Accessories

    Computer Accessories We accept the following at no charge:


    • Keyboards
    • Mice
    • Remotes
  • Computer Parts

    Boards We pay $0.05 – 3.25/lb

    • Motherboards
    • High-grade
    • Low-grade
    • Finger

    Processors We pay $0.50 – $50.00/lb

    Wire We pay $0.10/lb


    We accept some metals but if you have a large quantity you should contact our sister company for current pricing.

  • Power Supplies

    Uninterruptible power supplies We pay $0.04/lb if the batteries are included. We accept UPS without batteries at no charge.

    Adapters We accept at no charge.

  • Phones

    Cell phone We pay $0.75/lb

    Phone System We pay $0.08 – $0.25/lb

    Desk Phone We accept these materials at no charge.


  • Audio / Video

    We accept the following at no charge:


  • Gaming

    Game Systems We pay $0.10/lb

    Video Games – We accept at no charge

  • Industrial

    Cell Tower Equipment We pay $0.05-$0.30/lb

    Transformers We pay $0.01 – $0.05/lb

    Surge Arrestors We pay $0.01/lb

    Line Conditioners We pay $0.01/lb

    Manufacturing equipment and much more… We pay $0.01 – $0.05/lb

    Contact us for a quote or to discuss your needs

  • Vintage

    Vintage Products We pay for the following materials:

    • Old computers
    • Records
    • Player Pianos

    Contact us for a quote or to discuss your needs

  • Military

    We perform de-militarization services

    Contact us for a quote or to discuss your needs 

Items in red are charge items while items in green we either purchase or accept at no charge.
We do not pay out for tickets under $5
Please note prices listed for the items above are only estimates and are subject to change without notice.
Contact us to discuss your specific needs and we will happily provide an estimate.

We provide a cost effective and responsible electronics recycling solution. You can either call us to schedule a pick up of your materials, drop off unwanted electronics at our secure R2/RIOS certified facility which is conveniently located within the DC metro area, or organize an event for your community. Secure data destruction and hard drive shredding available.

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Relevant Resources

  • EPA eCycling FAQ

    The EPA “strongly support[s] keeping used electronics out of landfills, to recover materials and reduce the environmental impacts and energy demands from mining and manufacturing. Electronics are made from valuable resources, such as precious metals, copper, and engineered plastics, all of which require considerable energy to process and manufacture. Recycling electronics recovers valuable materials and as a result, we reduce greenhouse gas emissions, reduce pollution, save energy, and save resources by extracting fewer raw materials from the earth.” Read more on the EPA Electronics Recycling FAQ page. Read more...
  • EPA report on eCycling in the USA

    Consumer electronics have become increasingly popular and culturally important over the past several decades, changing how we communicate, get information, and entertain ourselves—and the speed with which we do so. As the nature, use, and number of electronic products change over time, patterns of sales, storage, and end-of-life management (disposal and collection for recycling) also change. Waste managers, manufacturers, and policymakers need reliable and current information to inform and improve the management of used electronics. Read more...
  • Ever wonder what “rare earth” metals are used for?

    "Rare earths" are a group of 17 chemically similar elements crucial to the manufacture of many hi-tech products. Despite their name, most are abundant in nature but are hazardous to extract. Most "rare earth" elements have uses in several different fields, as well as those listed below. Read more...
  • The true impact of not recycling our old electronics

    Gadgets can be incredibly useful and beneficial parts of our lives. They can connect us, inform us, tell us which way to go and entertain us. And even as they can sometimes lead us to live life virtually instead of being truly in the moment, they can also bring us closer to the world around us.

    One of the biggest downsides of electronics is that their components are toxic to the environment, and to us, if they're just thrown away and left to leach into the earth. The ideal situation would be that all of us use, repair and repurpose [Electronics Recycling] our electronics until we no longer can and then at that point, we recycle them responsibly. Read more...