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Recycling Drop-offs
E-waste Recycling

Recycling Drop-offs in Idaho Falls

Bins that accept aluminum cans, metal cans, newspaper and plastics are located:

  • Central Park (Holmes & Cleveland)                      
  • Freeman Park (Fremont & Science Center Dr.)
  • Northgate Tourist Park (Lincoln and Yellowstone)
  • Sunnyside Park (Sunnyside Road, between Nina and Channing)
  • Tautphaus Park (Rogers Street)
  • Pancheri Drive (Between Grizzly and Dickson)
  • 400 S. Woodruff (Smith's Parking Lot)
  • 700 E. 17th Street (Sam's Club)
  • 1545 W. Broadway (former Ernst Building)

Questions:  612-8491

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Pancheri Drive 1545 W. Broadway Freeman Park Central Park Northgate Tourist Park 400 S. Woodruff Sunnyside Park Tautphaus Park 700 E. 17th Street

Hatch Pit (395 East 33 North, 528-5550) accepts:

  • Bulky metal items
  • Bulky wood waste

The Transfer Station (2455 Hemmert Ave., 528-5550) collects the following recyclables:

  • Antifreeze
  • Appliances
  • Auto batteries
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Metal items
  • Tires
  • Used oil (5 gallons or less)

Western Recycling, (1020 Denver, 529-9908) collects the following recyclables:

  • Aluminum cans and scrap
  • Computer and office paper
  • Copper/brass
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Magazines
  • Newspaper
  • Plastics (All types with recycle emblem, except films, wraps, bags, and styrofoam)
  • Phone books
  • Radiators
  • Tin cans

    *Western Recycling is unable to accept batteries, oil, glass, grocery bags, hardback books, chemical bottles, lead, steel, iron, appliances, automotive exteriors, and tires.

Pacific Recycling (395 Payne St., 529-4180) collects the following recyclables:

  • Aluminum cans and scrap
  • Computer and office paper
  • Copper/brass
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Lead
  • Newspaper
  • Scrap iron
  • Tin cans

*Pacific Recycling is unable to accept glass, plastics, or books.

Electronic Waste Recycling

PC Recyclers of Idaho (www.pcidaho.com)
3821 Professional Way #15
Idaho Falls, ID   83702
208-524-4210

Please call to arrange for drop-off or pickup.  Free electronics recycling!  Accepts computers, monitors, printers, network equipment, servers, telephone systems, copiers and more.

Dell (www.Dell.com)

  • To access recycling info:
    • Type “recycling” in keyword search, or
    • Click on Support & Help
      • All support options
      • All customer service
      • Product recycling
  • Recycling and donation services provided:
    • Dell will recycle old Dell products for free, at anytime
    • Dell will recycle any brand old computer and/or monitor free at the time of purchase of new Dell desktop or notebook
    • Dell will recycle any brand old computer and/or monitor at anytime for a fee of $10/unit
    • Dell has partnered with the National Cristina Foundation (NCF) to enable customers to donate used computers to disabled and economically disadvantaged children and adults

Apple (www.apple.com)

  • To access recycling info:
  • Recycling services provided:
    • Apple will recycle any brand old computer and/or monitor with purchase of a new Mac
    • Apple will recycle any brand old computer and/or monitor at any time for a fee of $30/unit   (includes shipping label and packaging material)

Hewlett-Packard (www.hp.com)

  • To access recycling info:
    • Click on support and troubleshooting
      • Select Product recycling
      • Type “recycling” in keyword search
      • Go to Product return and recycling, or
      • Product recycling
  • Recycling services provided:
    • HP offers a take-back program that accepts any brand old computer and/or monitor, for a fee of $13-$34/item, depending on type and quantity of hardware.
    • If purchasing a HP product, HP offers a recycling option that could pay up to $50 for old computer/monitor, depending on type and age.
    • HP has partnered with the National Cristina Foundation (NCF) to enable customers to donate used computers to disabled and economically disadvantaged children and adults