During limited operations, Hennepin County facilities will accept computer monitors, laptops and TVs that weigh under 50 pounds. $10/each. Credit card only (Visa, Discover, Mastercard)—for safety, we're temporarily not accepting cash or checks.
Due to COVID-19, hours of operations at these recyclers can change without notice. Please contact them for the latest guidelines and information.
City or curbside waste hauler
Contact your city or curbside waste hauler to see if they will pick up TVs, computer monitors and laptops.
The businesses listed accept some electronics for recycling. NOTE: Call ahead for hours, fees or special requirements.
This information is provided as a public service and is not an endorsement of specific businesses or services. Any omissions or inaccuracies are unintentional.
Best Buy - Twin Cities locations
TVs: CRT (tube) TVs up to 32 inches and flat screens up to 50 inches. No console TVs. Limit two items per household per day.
Computer monitors: CRT (tube) monitors up to 32 inches and flat screens up to 50 inches. Limit two items per household per day.
Laptops: accepts all laptops. Please wipe hard drives before recycling the laptop. Limit five items per household per day.
TVs: accepts TVs.
Computer monitors: accepts computer monitors.
Laptops: accepts laptops. Data destruction available.
Address: 4000 Winnetka Ave. N. Suite 210, New Hope, MN
TVs: accepts CRT (tube) TVs, depends on size; flat screen TVs; plasma TVs; rear projection or DLP TVs; console TVs.
Computer monitors: accepts CRT (tube) monitors up to 30 inches. All flat screen monitors accepted.
Laptops: accepts laptops at no charge. Data destruction available.
Address: 825 Boone Ave. N., Suite 100, Golden Valley, MN
Waste Management – Maple Grove
TVs: accepts CRT and flat screen TVs.
Computer monitors: accepts CRT and flat screen monitors.
Laptops: accepts laptops.
Address: 10633 89th Ave. N., Maple Grove, MN