Unwanted Electronics

As part of Nova Scotia's Solid Waste Resource Management Regulations, most electronics have been banned from disposal in Nova Scotia landfills since 2008.

Consider Reuse

If your unwanted electronics are still in working order, RRFB Nova Scotia encourages you to reuse them. Donate them to family members, friends or local charities like the Computers for Schools Program; or sell them through the classifieds, a garage sale or via a free online buy and sell sites including:

Recycle

If your electronic product has reached its end-of useful life, residents and businesses in Nova Scotia can recycle these electronics, free of charge through industry-led stewardship programs:

Electronics

EPRA manages unwanted electronic products (excluding cell phones). For up to date information about EPRA Drop-off Centre locations, the types of electronics accepted and recycling fees, please visit their website at: www.eprassociation.ca.

Cell Phones

Call2Recycle® is a North American used battery and cell phone collection program. For up to date information about drop-off locations, please visit their website at: www.call2recycle.ca.

RecycleMy Cell is a Canadian program that manages unwanted devices, including cellphones, smartphones, wireless PDAs, device batteries and pagers. For up to date information about drop-off locations, please visit their website at: www.RecycleMyCell.ca.

300 kg

To reach our goal of 300 kg, we all need to reduce our waste by one quarter.