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Due to recent changes with Dunn County’s electronics recyclers, fees for residential and K-12 public school electronics recycling must be reinstated. The fees will go into effect August 30, 2014 and will only apply to televisions and computer monitors.
The fees at the Transfer Station and Area Collection Stations are as follows:
Televisions: 19” and under, $15 each; 20” – 39”, $20 each; 40” and over, $35 each
Exposed Cathode Ray Tubes: $35 each
Broken Cathode Ray Tubes: $50 each or up to $1.50/lb.
Computer Monitors: Any size, $10 each
Computer monitors and televisions 32” or under may still be recycled for free at Best Buy in Eau Claire. Currently, Best Buy has a limit of 3 items per household per day. It is recommended that you call Best Buy at 715-833-0666 for more information.
Dunn County has been recycling residential and K-12 public school electronics for free since January 1, 2011. At that time the Dunn County Solid Waste Division stated it was unknown how long the free electronics recycling program would be available. Over the course of Dunn County’s free electronics recycling program, over 1 million pounds of electronics were recycled and kept out of landfills.
Dunn County has been fortunate to offer free electronics recycling for as long as it has. Neighboring counties have never provided the same opportunity, maintaining electronic recycling fees for residents. Other surrounding counties do not accept electronics at all, even for a fee.