We accept electronic goods, such as computers, servers, printers, LCD monitors, copiers, cell phones, wire, surveillance equipment, receivers, microphones, office phones, medical equipment, scientific equipment, vintage electronics, VHS players, DVD players, and more. We also accept flat panel televisions and CRT monitors for a recycling fee of $30 each. We do not accept tube style, CRT, or projection televisions due to certifications for responsible recycling the Blind Center holds.
We also accept flat screen TV's and CRT monitors for a disposal fee of $30 each. We do not accept CRT, tube or rear projection televisions. Please call 702.998.4901 to schedule a free pickup or to answer any questions.
For our business customers, we offer free asset-removal, which is carried out by our in-house removal team. Our team is uniformed, badged, and operates marked Blind Center vehicles. We provide secure data destruction, including D.O.D. level software and physical hard drive destruction. On-site palletizing and asset documentation services are also available for a small fee. All e-waste is repurposed or recycled in an environmentally friendly way and 100% of the proceeds go directly to the Blind Center of Nevada. The Blind Center of Nevada is also a 501(c)(3) organization, so your e-waste donations are to be tax-deductible. To schedule your free pickup call (702) 998-4901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting rid of your old electronic items is safe and easy! And because you’re giving to the Blind Center, your donated items are tax-deductible. Just bring your computers, cell phones, laptops, tablets, printers, LCD monitors, stereo equipment, wires, or other electronics to the Blind Center and we’ll put your old stuff to good use and keep them out of the landfills. We also accept flat panel televisions and CRT monitors for a recycling fee of $30. We do not accept tube style, CRT, or projection televisions due to certifications for responsible recycling the Blind Center holds.
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