Recycling your old technology through TECH's e-Cycle program is a win-win. Together, we can minimize landfill waste while providing training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Anyone is encouraged to dispose of electronic goods through our E-Cycle program, where the items are taken apart and sold as commodities or re-purposed. This service keeps hundreds of thousands of pounds of e-waste out of the landfill every year, and provides meaningful jobs to the people TECH serves.
TECH e-Cycle 1300 East Avenue A Hutchinson KS 620.663.1596
Mon - Fri: 8am - 3pm Reno County Landfill 703 S. Mohawk Rd. Hutchinson KS 620.694.2587
Mon - Sat: 8am - 5pm
Note – There is a $10 charge for ALL monitors.
Computers & Peripherals
- Towers, servers, laptops and tablets
- Printers, copiers, scanners, fax machines
- Ink & Toner Cartridges
- Keyboards, Mice, Speakers
- Microphones, Headsets and Webcams
- Internal and External Hard Drives
- Modems, Routers, Switches and Hubs
- Computer Musical Instruments
- Graphics Cards
- Connectors, cables, adapters, wire
- Floppy disks, CD/DVD’s, Tape
- Non-alkaline batteries and backups
All Small Appliances
Electronics & Appliances
- Cameras & Accessories
- Video Cameras & Accessories
- Telephones & Cell Phones
- VCR’s, DVD Players & CD Players
- Sound System Components
- Stereo Systems
- MP3 or Cassette Players
- Gaming Systems
- Typewriters and Word Processors
Devices we do not accept
- LCD Monitors
- CRT Monitors
- Air-Conditioning Units
- Washers and Dryers
- Refrigerators & Freezers
- Any Console Items
- Lighting Ballasts & Capacitors
- Smoke/Fire Detectors
What is the purpose of the e-Cycle Program?
The mission of the e-Cycle program is to provide work opportunities for the people we serve and do our best to keep items out of the landfills. We constantly working with local and regional partners to find creative ways to achieve our goals.
What do you do with the donated items?
Newer items in good working condition may be used in our computer lab. We then try to REuse, REfurbish, or REcycle before taking any items to the landfill. Regardless, the equipment that you provide us helpus us fulfill our mission of helping people with disabilities live full and productive lives.
How many pounds of e-waste does e-Cycle keep out of the landfills each year?
In 2017, we processed 260,169 pounds of e-waste, which included computer towers, small appliances, VCR’s and more! We were able to REuse or REfurbish these items and worked hard to keep as much out of the Reno County landfill as possible.