Recycling electronics is convenient and free.
27 locations in London, including the City of London Depots, where
residents and businesses can drop-off their old electronics for
There are 44 different electronics that are accepted. Examples of acceptable items include:
||cell phones & cameras
||tuners, radios, stereos & speakers
||cables & cords
|computer peripherals & modems
||equalizers & amplifiers
|printers and plotters
||telephones & pagers
||VCR, CD & DVD players
||personal hand held computers
Scavenging is not permitted. No small appliances please.
There is no charge.
See City of London Depots for acceptable
depot locations and hours of operation.
Can electronics be put out for garbage pickup at the curb?
No, the City of London no longer accepts electronics for collection
Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) is a not-for-profit industry
organization that oversees the responsible reuse and recycling of waste
electronics through a program that includes 600 collection sites where Ontario
residents and businesses can take their old electronics. For more information
Ontario Electronic Stewardship.
Organizations such as
Centres, Salvation Army
Thrift Store, Talize &
Value Village will
accept many electronics in good working condition, however restrictions may
apply, so please contact their locations directly for details.
Renewed Computer Technology accept computers & peripherals for the Computers
for Schools Ontario program. Check your
telephone directory for other
519-661-5803 during business hours or by