This page contains information about "One Day Electronic Recycling Events" and "Year-Round Residential Electronics Recycling Outlets" for your use. This page is updated as new information becomes available as long as the event is open to the public. To receive information about future one-day electronic recycling events, sign up for the Hamilton County Environmental Services mailing list. These events are not affiliated with Hamilton County R3Source. Please contact the respective event organizer for more details.

One-Day Events

Do you know of another one-day electronics recycling opportunity? Let us know by emailing Susan Schumacher.

  1. McNicholas High School

McNicholas High School Data Destruction and Paper Shred Event

October 30, 2021 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. | McNicholas High School parking lot

Protect your identity and your data. Onsite shredding by Document Destruction. COBALT will safely destroy your electronic data with a risk-free guarantee! Acceptable items include: cell phones, tablets, laptops, hard drives, computer towers, desktops with internal hard drives, flash-drives, CD's. Please note: This event is limited to personal data devices only.

Cost to shred: $25 (Max 5 bankers boxes/average size trash bags)

Cost for Electronics: $10 (Max 2 boxes or laundry baskets)

*Cash only*

View the official event flyer for more information

Year-Round Residential Electronics Recycling Outlets

Year-Round Residential Electronics Recycling Outlets

Please note that Hamilton County R3Source has not audited all the facilities listed. Before using any computer recycler, make sure to conduct due diligence on the company. You are ultimately responsible for the proper disposal of electronic equipment. Recyclers should provide a certificate of recycling and be able to tell you where each piece of de-manufactured equipment is sent.

Some of the locations accept microwaves.

If you would like to make any changes or be included on this list, please email Susan Schumacher or call 513-946-7734.

Please confirm acceptance prior to dropping off material as businesses often change what they accept and/or pricing.