The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency states electronic waste is now the fastest growing segment of our nation's garbage production. There are ways that each and every one of us can turn this around -- by recycling!

Electronic waste, including computers and TVs, contain toxic materials such as lead, chromium, cadmium, mercury, beryllium, nickel, zinc and other potentially harmful chemicals.

The EPA warns when electronics that contain these materials are not recycled or are not disposed of properly, the hazardous chemicals can contaminate the ground water and present additional environmental concerns.

See below for helpful links to aid our Chicago and Chicago-area customers in disposing of your electronics properly and putting them to good use through recycling.

State Ban

The state of Illinois electronic waste landfill ban is now a state law.

Under this state law, residents or businesses cannot dispose of electronic waste in solid waste containers. Contact Flood Brothers today at (630) 261-0400 or (773) 626-5800, a electronic recycler, to schedule an e-waste collection.

The State Statute can be found here.

Complimentary Drop Off Locations

Addison Township
(8am – Noon on 2nd Saturdays, during warm weather)
411 W. Potter Road, Wood Dale  phone (630) 766-2228

Lisle Public Works
(9am – Noon on 3rd Saturdays)
4930 Lincoln Avenue, Lisle  phone (630) 271-4100

Wheaton Public Works
(9am – Noon on 2nd Saturdays)
210 Reber Street, Wheaton  |  phone (630) 260-2110

Villa Park Village Hall
(9am – Noon on 4th Saturdays)
20 S. Ardmore, Villa Park  phone (630) 834-8500

Additional Links to Drop Off Locations for MORE Recycling

DuPage County

Kane County



Resource Websites



Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb Drop Off Locations  (small spirals)

Home Depot
7N950 Route 59, Bartlett  phone (630) 289-6247

400 W. Army Trail Road, Carol Stream  phone (630) 456-9004

Ziegler’s Ace Hardware
806 W. Army Trail Road, Carol Stream  phone (630) 213-3400

Buikema’s Ace Hardware
1705 N. Main Street, Wheaton  phone (630) 682-3636

Battery Recycling

Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation
Home Depot, Sears, Office Depot, Target, Ace Hardware, Office Max and other retail stores accept collections.