|Computer Bank Charity|
15062-B 15th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98155
Accepts IBM compatible (286 and up) and all Macintosh computers, plus printers, monitors, modems, etc. Also accepts software. Pick-up is available for large donations only.
Accepts computers and all related components. Refurbishes used computers for resale. Upgrades, repairs and customizes used computers. Provides technical support. Pick-up service available. Services mainly Renton, but will consider additional parts of King County.
89 Stillman Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
This organization accepts donations of software only, which it sells to nonprofit groups for a nominal price.
Accepts computer equipment from 286 and newer. Service charge may apply. Service area ranges from Bothell to Renton.
|InterConnection Computer Reuse and Learning Center|
3415 Stone Way North, Seattle, WA 98103
Hours: 10 to 6pm, Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm, Saturday. InterConnection accepts all computers and monitors in any condition at no charge. The Center teaches computer maintenance and repair skills to local community members and provides refurbished computers to non-profit organizations locally and abroad. http://www.interconnection.org
16530 Hwy 99
The Salvation Army accepts donation of any computer equipment, in working conditions, for resale in its thrift stores.
|Computer Equipment Resources|
29127 NE 62nd Pl.
Carnation, WA 98014
This company accepts 486 PCs and above, mini and main frames, and some printers by corporations only (not private individuals).
|Equipment Recycling Services|
8855 Washington Blvd. Suite 400
Roseville, CA 95678
ERS deals mainly with larger quantities. The company accepts obsolete and almost all other computers. Call for pick-up possibilities.
19681 106th Avenue SE
This organization accepts copiers, printers, toner cartridges and other miscellaneous computer supplies for reuse or recycling. Pick up and drop off is available. Email them for more information.
|Computer Exchange USA|
6025 105th Avenue NE
Kirkland, WA 98033
This organization is a "broker" for used computer equipment and will charge a 20 % finder’s fee to match up people seeking/selling working equipment.
1565 6th Ave South (or 510 Andover Pkwy in Tukwila, WA.)
Seattle, WA 98134
Tukwila Phoone #: (206) 575-8737
Will buy-back used computers, printers, and other related office equipment. Call for information on types of computers that are accepted. Services all of King County.
13029 Northup Way
Bellevue, WA 98005
Accepts 486 and newer PCs, as well as other electronic equipment for repair and sale. Accepts monitors at a charge of $.50/lb. Recycles older computers and equipment. Services all of King County.
|Green Disk Software Recycling|
8124 304th Ave SE
Preston, WA 98050
Green Disk Software Recycling will conditionally accept used diskettes and CD ROM disks for recycling. They also will accept tape magnetic media on a case by case basis. The organization provides intellectual property security. Certificate of destruction is available upon request. Some pick up service is available. Call for more information.
15500 Woodinville-Redmond Rd..
Q Technology accepts out of date or unused software packages for PCs that have either not been used or only used once. Diskettes should be included in packages. Call for more information.
|Peripheral Manufacturing, Inc.|
4775 Paris Street
Denver, CO 80239
This manufacturer of magnetic media products erases data in accordance with Dept. of Defense regulations for Government and industrial firms that record secret or sensitive data on disk packs, computer tape, floppy diskettes and winchester disk drives. The work is done on customer’s site or in Denver, CO. The organization also sells recycled/remanufactured magnetic computer tape.
13333 Bel-Red Road
Bellevue, WA 98005
ADS Metals accepts populated circuit boards, any non-ferrous metal, or circuit board scrap.
|Gold Refiners NW|
3011 80th Avenue SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040
This organization accepts all types of circuit boards and electronic scrap.
|Hallmark Refining Corp.|
1743 Cedardale Rd..
Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
(800) 255-1895 ext. 500
This organization accepts any type of computers or monitors. There is a five hundred pound minimum. Hallmark Refining also accepts any scrap with precious metals, also with a five hundred pound minimum. They sometimes pay for items, call first. Hallmark Refining also has a free pick up service.
|Handy and Harman|
21520-G Yorba Linda Blvd. Suite 437
Yorba Linda, CA 92687
Handy and Harman accepts electronics, PC boards, and other precious metal bearing scrap.
|Martin Metals, Inc.|
1321 Wilson Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Accepts only precious metal bearing scrap such as electronics, printed circuit board scrap and generic memory chips.
|Pacific Iron & Metal|
2230 4th Avenue S
Seattle, WA 98124
Pick-up and drop-off available. Only accepts CPUs, no monitors or keyboards. CPUs are broken down into computer scraps, metal properties, and plastics. Please call for service areas.
|Pacific Northwest Recycle|
PO Box 84412
Seattle, WA 98124
Pacific Northwest Recycle will pick up any amount of computers, monitors or printers. Call for more information.
|Riverside Salvage and Metal Company|
2316 Harbor Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98126
This organization specializes in processing insulated wire. They will accept electronic scrap. Pick up service is available in Western Washington. Call for more information.
|Tacoma Metals, Inc.|
1919 Portland Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98421
Tacoma Metals, Inc. will accept non-ferrous electronic scrap and copper and aluminum wire. Call for more information.
|King County Green Works Program |
400 Yesler Way, #600
Seattle, WA 98104
The Green Works Hotline provides assistance for King County businesses with questions about waste reduction and recycling options. The Green Works program also provides resources to help businesses start recycling, and information on recycled products.
|IMEX - Industrial Materials Exchange |
172 20th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
The Industrial Materials Exchange is a free service designed to help your business find markets for you industrial by-products, surplus materials and wastes. Through IMEX, wast generators can be matched with waste users. The goal of IMEX is to conserve energy, resources and landfill space by helping businesses and organizations find alternatives to the disposal of valuable materials or wastes. IMEX listings include: waste byproducts, off specification materials, overstock, obsolete, and damaged items - both used and virgin, and both solid and hazardous materials.
|Business Waste Line |
The Business Waste Line is staffed by specialists in the Health Department who provide technical information on hazardous waste reduction, disposal requirements and options, plus interpretation of local, state and federal regulations. They also act as a referral service. Ask for a copy of their free booklet, "Hazardous Waste, A Management Guide for Local Businesses." A Small Quantity Generator is any business that generates less than 220 pounds of hazardous waste or 2.2 pounds of extremely hazardous waste per month. SQGs are exempt from some of the paperwork associated with regulated hazardous wastes, but they still must use proper waste management procedures.
|Washington Department of Ecology (DOE) |
Northwest Regional Office
24 hour Emergency Response to Spills
DOE Hotline. Staffed by specialists in the Washington State Department of Ecology, who provide regulatory information on wastes generated. Businesses exceeding the definition of Small Quantity Generator, described above, should phone 649-7000 and ask to speak with a Dangerous Waste Inspector. To obtain information on SARA Title III or hazardous substances and emissions reported under the Community Right-to-Know laws, call 1-800-633-7585 (Hazardous Substance Information Office).
|EPA Region 10|
1200 6th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101
(800) 424-4372 (AK, ID, OR, WA only)
This EPA toll free number provides information on a variety of environmental issues, including waste reduction, hazardous waste, wetland protection, and air pollution.