eWaste4good, 1988 E. Alpine Ave.,
Stockton, Ca 95205
What is E-Waste?

Think of e-waste as anything that you need to plug in that you want to throw out.

Items that are defined as e-waste (things with circuit boards) are not allowed in the trash, and need to be properly recycled and re-purposed by state law. But more than what’s legal, it’s the GREEN thing to do!

At eWaste4good, we help you recycle the following items for FREE:

Televisions | Fax Machines | Oscilloscopes | Computer Monitors | Optical Drives | PC Boards | Computers | DVD Players | Loose PCB | Laptops | VCR / Beta | Keyboards | Cables & Cords | Printers | Radios | Computer Mice | Stereo Components | Hard Drives | Tape & Zip Drives | Arcade Machines | Power Tools | Amplifiers | Telephone | Cell Phones | Car Audio | Medical Devices & Equipment

And many more items. Just remember, if it plugs into a socket or accepts batteries it’s most likely eWaste!

Please be aware, we DO NOT accept:

Office/Rolling Copiers | Major Appliances | Alkaline Batteries | Light bulbs


Is it really FREE to recycle my eWaste?

Yes! We do not charge. There are no hidden fees. Actually we pay the group of your choice (from our drop down list) some of the proceeds from recycling.

How long does it take for someone to schedule my pick up?

Our representatives will try and contact you the same day you submit a pick up request. At the latest 36 hours.

Do you collect any cell phones and/or ink cartridges?

Yes we do pick these items up.

This sounds like a great program, how can my group sign up?

We are glad you asked. There is no fee to sign up and the sooner you do so, the faster your group will start receiving payments. Visit our Group Signup page for more information.

How much can my school, church, team or other group make with eWaste4good?

It is not uncommon for an group to make $2,000 or more each month. If your group spreads the word on social media with a link and sends out info in their newsletter the return is great. Everything is priced per pound of eWaste collected.

Where do my old electronics go?

Reuse is our #1 goal!

We strongly believe in reuse over processing (a.k.a. recycling) since even the most responsible processing still has an impact. Here’s what happens with your e-waste after it is collected by eWaste4good.

We sort all e-waste into two categories:

Reuse: We refurbish and resell as much equipment as we can to give old electronics a new life.

Processing: Equipment that cannot be refurbished is transported to one of our downstream partners.

See how eWaste4good.com works: