How to dispose of radios and stereos
To help limit the spread of COVID-19, some electronics recycling depots may have either reduced hours or closed until further notice.
Please contact the location directly to confirm hours of operation prior to dropping off your electronics.
Usable stereos and radios
Some local charities accept donations at various drop-off locations or offer a free pick-up service.
Old and broken radio and stereos
Take old and broken radios and stereos to an electronics recycling drop-off
- Radios (transistor radios, shortwave radio receivers, satellite radios etc.)
- Cassette players and tape decks
- CD players
- Alarm clocks (clock radios, wall clocks, timers)
- MP3 players and iPods
- Portable tape players and recorders
- Portable two-way radios, walkie talkies and CB radios
- FM transmitters
- Turntables and record players
- Baby monitors
- 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 electronics in your blue cart as these items can damage the equipment at the recycling facility.
Electronics recycling depots listed below: