Computer Equipment Recycling:

MRM has collection sites available for computer recycling. If you have a COMPUTER, MONITOR, TABLET, PRINTER, PRINTER/SCANNER/FAX machine or any computer related items such as mice, keyboards, or other peripheral equipment MRM will recycle them at no charge for individual consumers.

MRM also holds periodic events that accept all electronics for free. You can bring your computer and computer-related equipment to these MRM-sponsored events. Check for Collection Events listed on the map at right to find what’s available to you.
If you have one of the brands of computer equipment listed below, you can receive a prepaid shipping label to have your covered electronic products shipped free of charge to a qualified recycler.

The following companies participate in MRM’s computer and computer-related equipment recycling program in North Carolina.

  • ASUS

  • Barnes & Noble

  • Best Buy

  • Brother

  • Canon

  • Eastman Kodak Co

  • Getac

  • Kurio tablets

  • KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.

  • Logitech

  • MSI

  • Oki-Data

  • Panasonic Corp of North America

  • Philips Consumer Lifestyle

  • PLR IP Holdings, LLC (Polaroid)

  • RCA tablets

  • Sharp

  • Sunbrite TV

  • TCT Mobile (Alcatel one touch)

  • Toshiba

  • VAIO


If you have a TV:

You can drop off your TV at no charge to you at the locations listed under the map to the right. Some restrictions on hours or availability may apply. Call ahead to check for details.

The following TV manufacturers support TV recycling at the MRM locations:

  • Audiovox

  • Funai Brands

  • Hitachi

  • Imation

  • JVC

  • Magnavox

  • Memorex
  • Mitsubishi

  • Orion

  • Panasonic

  • Philips

  • PLR IP Holdings, LLC (Polaroid)

  • Quasar

  • RadioShack

  • Sanyo

  • Sharp

  • Technics

  • Toshiba



North Carolina


North Carolina requires electronics manufacturers to recycle electronics from consumers at no charge.

MRM provides a number of recycling opportunities across North Carolina for our manufacturer’s consumers. Please review the text to the left and the list below to find a recycling option.

As of July 2011, you will no longer be able to put electronics in landfills in North Carolina. Please recycle!


MRM Sponsored Consumer Electronics Collection Sites

Locate your nearest MRM consumer collection site by entering either your zip code or city or town name.

Zip Code search: Enter your zip code in the box below and press the "Find Locations" button.

City or town name search: Press the control below to switch between zip code and city search. Enter your city or town name in the box labeled "City" then press the "Find Locations" button.

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