e-Waste Recycling

Keep it green! Keep it clean!

Let’s recycle your old machines!

In an effort to keep toxic waste from ending up in our landfills, Safety Net offers an annual e-waste drive.  We travel to area businesses to pick up unwanted electronics for recycling.  Many computer and electronics components have the potential to release elements such as lead, cadmium, and mercury into soil and groundwater. Proper disposal and recycling virtually eliminate the potential for health and environmental hazards. E-waste also contains valuable scrap metals, which help to conserve natural resources by reducing the need for new mining activity.

2023 E-Waste Drive

Metro Detroit – Tuesday, April 18

  • Request a pickup of your business e-waste using the form below
  • A member of Team Safety Net and High Tech Recycling will schedule a pickup

Traverse City Area – Thursday, April 20

  • Drop-off at the Honor Bank branch on Union Street in Downtown Traverse City (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
  • Request a pickup of your business e-waste using the form below
  • Recycling proceeds benefit Goodwill Northern Michigan

Eligible Items

Most office electronics (PCs, laptops, network equipment, printers, phones, speakers, flat screen monitors, etc.) are recyclable.  Old CRT monitors (the bulky kind… “vintage”… think 80’s – early 2000’s) are not recyclable and cannot be accepted at pickup or drop-off.      

Pallets of e-waste and Safety Net tent

2021 E-Waste Community Drop-Off