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Electronic toys

How to recycle electronic toys and games

Take old and broken electronic toys to an electronics recycling drop-off. Items must have a power cord or run on a battery/charger. This includes:

  • Electronic action figures and dolls
  • Battery-powered ride-on toys (12-volt battery max.)
  • Electronic ride-on toy cars, trucks, and quads
  • Electronic toy cameras
  • Remote control vehicles and toys
  • Electronic learning aids and books
  • Electronic board or tabletop games

Special instructions

  • If you take electronics to a landfill and bring other garbage in your load,  landfill charges will apply.
  • Some restrictions apply. For full details, see Electronics Recycling program.
  • Do NOT put power tools in your blue cart as these items can damage the equipment at the recycling facility.

Electronics recycling depots listed below: