Electronic Waste

The Summit County Resource Allocation Park (SCRAP) accepts electronic waste for free recycling from Summit County residents and property owners during regular business hours. Proof of residency or property ownership required. This free service is made possible by the Safety First Fund, approved by voters in November 2014.

Colorado law (SB 12-133) bans landfill disposal of certain electronic wastes from all sources, including residential sources, effective July 1, 2013. SCRAP runs a collection service using a recycler with national environmental certification such as R2 or E-Steward Standards for the following types of e-waste: television sets, central processing units, computer monitors or peripherals, printers, fax machines, laptops, notebooks, ultra & net books, electronic tablets, DVD & VCR players, and video display devices with a screen greater than 4 inches measured diagonally.
 

Find information from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment about protecting your data and properly recycling your electronic devices.

Drop-Off Prices for Out-of-County Residents

 
  • CPUs, monitors, DVD & VCR players, etc.: $ 9 each
  • TVs 25 inches & under: $20 each
  • Large office printers & scanners: $20 each
  • TVs over 26 inches and large loads of electronics are charged by weight: $0.50/lb.