Basically, if it has a plug we can recycle it. We can accept everything from LCD monitors and home theater equipment to all computers, laptops, tablets, cell phones, printers, and VHS tapes! See our list of accepted items below.
Accepted Items include:
All cables and cords that go with them
And all internal components of computers and electronics
LCD Computer Monitors
Ink Jet cartridges
Video Game Equipment
Surround Sound Consoles
Flash Memory Cards
SIM Cards/Chipped Security Cards
525 Park Ridge Court, Eau Claire, WI
Off of Clairemont Ave., turn on Park Ridge Drive (one block north of Menomonie St.) to Park Ridge Court. Near the Rod & Gun Park.
Our recycling facility hours are: Monday thru Thursday 8am – 5pm, Friday and Saturday 9am – 1pm
A Statement of Recycling minimizes your liabilities by providing you with proof that your equipment was properly recycled at an authorized computer recycling center. The Statement of Recycling is sent to your business for your records along with the invoice.
Yes we do. Please contact us via phone: (715) 833-2005 so we can further assist your needs.
Yes. We respond to all electronic removal requests—both large and small and often in the same day. We make the collection process easy with a simple call. Our staff will do all the heavy lifting, stacking, and loading of the equipment whether your equipment is piled up in a storage room or palletized on your loading dock. Please note there is a $35 pick-up fee regardless of the size.
Yes we do. A great way to promote a green initiative is to have an electronics recycling event with First Choice Computer Recycling. We will work with you to pick a day and set up to collect all types of eWaste from your employees or customers.
Yes! Security is a priority of ours. We destroy all data. In fact, we physically shred the hard drives onsite. We’ve also invested in the best equipment to provide premier data destruction. We also remove all tags and logos.
It’s illegal to dump electronic waste in the landfills. We all have to cooperate with the state to be in compliance with Wisconsin Act 50. To see these, please copy and paste into your browser: http://dnr.wi.gov/files/pdf/pubs/wa/wa1608.pdf and
We make it a priority to reuse whenever possible—parts or the whole. We have solid industry connections to carry on the life of your equipment.