Electronics Recycling

In an effort to keep hazardous chemicals out of our landfills the Nova Scotia government has banned electronics from garbage. Instead end–of–life electronics are recyclable through a network of drop off depots across the province.

The following items can be dropped–off for recycling at an EPRA location:

  • Televisions
  • Desktop, laptop and notebook computers — includes CPUs, keyboards, mice, cables and other components in the computer
  • Computer monitors
  • Printers, fax machines and scanners
  • Audio and video playback and recording systems — includes VCRs, DVD players, speakers, MP3 players, radios, cameras, etc.
  • Telephones and answering machines

Drop-Off Locations:

For more detailed information on the electronics recycling program call the Electronic Products Recycling Association at 1–877–462–8907, e-mail info@recycleMYelectronics.ca or visit www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/ns/.

Cell Phone Recycling

Cell phones are also banned from garbage. Cell phones, smartphones, wireless PDAs, batteries and pagers can be recycled through a variety of locations in the Valley including both Valley Waste Management Centres free of charge. For more details visit www.recyclemycell.ca.

Valley Waste–Resource Management
The Municipalities of Annapolis, Kings, Annapolis Royal, Berwick, Kentville, Middleton and Wolfville:
Partners in Waste Reduction