What Can Be Recycled?


  • Battery Backups
  • Blade Servers
  • Bluetooth Speakers
  • Cables
  • Cabling
  • Calculators
  • Cameras
  • Car Batteries
  • CD/DVR Drives
  • Cell Phones
  • Chargers/ AC Adaptors
  • Circuit Boards
  • Copiers
  • CPUs
  • Credit Card Terminals
  • DASD
  • Desktop Towers
  • Digital Cable Boxes
  • Docking Stations
  • DVD Players
  • Fax Machines
  • Flat Screen TV/Monitors
  • Floppy Drives
  • Hand Held Portable Barcode Scanners
  • Hard Drives
  • Ink Printer Cartridges
  • Ipods
  • Keyboards
  • Laptops
  • Laser Printer Cartridges
  • Lithium Ion Batteries
  • Medical Equipment
  • Metal Computer Racks
  • Mice
  • Modems
  • Network Switches
  • NiCAD Batteries
  • Notebooks/Tablets
  • Office Phone Systems
  • Power Strips
  • Printers
  • Projectors
  • RAM
  • Routers
  • Scanners
  • Servers
  • Small Household Appliances
  • Stereo Systems
  • Surveillance/Security Equipment
  • Toner Printer Cartridges
  • Two Way Radio Equipment
  • UPS Power Supplies
  • VCR Players
  • Video Game Equipment
  • WiFi Equipment

ACE Recycling is able to process most electronic equipment with little, to no waste. However, with the fast pace of technological advancement your items may not be listed. This does not mean we will not take it. Call us or email us – info@aceewaste.com – for questions about a specific item.


We also take Pill Bottles and Dispensary Bottles to be recycled by our partners at Resinate.

We also take CRT TVs and Monitors. These are the “old big-back” TVs and monitors. However there is a $20.00 fee. Because the CRT is a vacuum tube, if the vacuum seal is broken, say by dropping the TV, there is potential for an implosion.  To combat this, the face of the TV or monitor is made of thick lead or barium glass to reduce the risk of breaking and block X-ray emissions.  Phosphors (substances that glow) coat the inside of the glass to increase the brightness and color of the picture.  In older CRTs cadmium is mixed into the phosphors.  Phosphors are made up of rare earth compounds and transition metals.  In CRTs phosphors are made up of a host material typically, nitrogen, sulfur, zinc, cadmium, manganese, aluminium, silicon or various rare earth metals mixed with an activator made from combinations of  zinc, sulfur, copper and silver. Phosphors are highly toxic and requires extra processing to ensure these toxins do not get into the environment, this is why there is a charge associated with its proper disposal. This is generally an industry standard.

Got pallets? We will take those too!


  • Alkaline batteries
  • Cans
  • Hazardous Waste Materials
  • Large Household Appliances
  • Light Bulbs

More about our comprehensive security measures and recycling process.