Computer Recycling For Ballard WA
Computer Recycling Seattle Is Close To Ballard: If you live in Ballard, and have computers, laptops, Macbooks, or other types of e-waste you need to recycle we are here to help. Computer Recycling Seattle is located at 76th and Aurora in North Seattle. You can park on Aurora in front of our door from 11 to 3 for recycling drop off. Ballard Computer Recycling Center. We make e-waste recycling for the entire Ballard Area. Open to the public.
Computer Laptop Macbook and iMac Recycling: Our drop off location accepts for recycling computers, and all computer related equipment. We also accept other types of electronic waste such as cables, networking equipment, switches, hubs etc.
Motherboard Recycling: Computer Recycling Seattle will properly recycle computer motherboards. If you have old motherboards laying around you have pulled from computers because the went bad, or you upgraded, recycle them at our store at 76th and Aurora. It is important to recycle as many types of e-waste as possible so the materials can be processed, and re-used in manufacturing. This reduces environmentally unfriendly mining operations.
We Recycle Computer Parts
Computer Parts Recycling: Of course we accept for recycling all different kinds of computer parts. Motherboards, ram, cpu’s, power supplies, cables, hard drives, fans etc. We also accept computer cases, and laptop chargers. If you have boxes of old computer parts bring them in for recycling so they can be properly processed into new electronics. Our company recycles laptop and Macbook parts too. Visit the Ballard Computer Recycling Center today at 76th and Aurora in Seattle.
Computer Repair: Computer Recycling Seattle also repairs computers and laptops. Please – read more –. We offer laptop repair, Macbook repair, and desktop computer repair for Ballard and surrounding neighborhoods. We are desktop and laptop repair experts. Check out Computer Repair Seattle’s Website – here – for more information.
E-Waste Recycling: Computer Recycling Seattle accepts most small electronics, and computer related items. We also recycle cell phones, cameras, networking equipment, cables, and wires. If you have any questions about e-waste recycling call during normal business hours, and we will be able to answer any questions.