Resources for Recycling


Name Phone / Web Address Items accepted Special
Kurt 412-377-0991 He picks up items where you live in McKeesport. TVs, electronics, appliances, refrigerators Free IF McKeesport resident, fees if not.
Do NOT place items at curb (kids tend to smash items).
E-Waste Recycling

625 Plum Industrial Court
Pittsburgh, PA 15239

(Also State College, PA)

Computers, televisions, fluorescent tubes, small appliances, batteries.
Click here to see accepted items and call ahead for current fees.
Tip: put any TV with broken glass in a cardboard box! .
Staples Area stores including
796 Tri County Plaza
800 Rostraver Road
Belle Vernon, PA 15012
No TVs, bulbs or appliances. Click here for list of items accepted for free. Limit 7 items per day.
Some items can be traded in for a gift card.
Best Buy 1-888-237-8289
Area stores including Century III
473 Clairton Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
Most electronics. No TVs in PA, though as of Oct. 2016, will haul TV for $14.99 when new one purchased. Click here for program details. Limit 3 items per day.
Some newer items can be traded in for a gift card.
Goodwill 412-481-9005
Several area locations, including North Versailles.
294 Lincoln Highway, N. Versailles, PA 15137
Computers and gaming systems (working or not).
Click here for program details.
They also have used computers for purchase. Partners with Dell Reconnect.
Evolution E-Cycling



South Side
2235 Mary St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203 and more drop off locations including
1300 Lebanon Church Rd.
Pleasant Hills, PA 15236
TVs -- for a fee. Many other items are free.
Click here for a list of accepted items and program details.
They will pickup, for a fee. Bulbs are taken for a fee.
Construction Junction 412-243-5025
214 North Lexington Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15208
(Homewood/Point Breeze)
Construction materials, some appliances, bicycles. No electronics.
Commonwealth Computer Recycling


1628 Roseytown Road,
Unit 8 Greensburg, PA 15601
Free data wiping for computers. Fee for some items.
Click here for a list of accepted items.
They can pick up.
1-800-recycling   Links to resources by ZIP.  

    It is always a good idea to call before taking your items somewhere.

    In addition, here are links to external sites which list recycling options:

  • White Oak Boro has offered electronic drop-off days once or twice per year. 412-672-9727.
  • CLP Recycling (including books, clothing, plastic, bikes)
  • Dell Reconnect


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