Computer & Electronics Recycling Mississauga

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Stamples in GTA for recycle your Electronics

    •  375 University Avenue Toronto, ON M5G 2J5416.598.4818Store #25
    • 85-89 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M5C 1S8416.203.3525Store #234
    • 250 Front Street East Toronto, ON M5A 1E9416.368.3331Store #26
    • 1140 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4W 2L8416.961.4949Store #70
    • 1000 Gerrard Street East, Unit DD16 Toronto, ON M4M 3G6416.466.4900Store #286
    • 542 Keele Street Toronto, ON M6N 3E2416.762.2816Store #86
    • 945 Eglinton Avenue East , ON M4G 4B5416.696.0043Store #3
    • 3003 Danforth Avenue, Unit 2 , ON M4C 1M9416.686.4711Store #159
    • 3150 Dufferin Street , ON M6A 2T1416.785.5335Store #15
    • 1980 Eglinton Avenue East Scarborough, ON M1L 2M6416.752.1091Store #32
    • 375 University Avenue  , ON M5G 2J5416.598.4818Store #25
    • 85-89 Yonge Street , ON M5C 1S8416.203.3525Store #234
    • 250 Front Street East , ON M5A 1E9416.368.3331Store #26
    • 1140 Yonge Street , ON M4W 2L8416.961.4949Store #70
    • 95 Ellesmere Road , ON M1R 4B7416.444.5237Store #266
    • 1750 The Queensway Etobicoke, ON M9C 5H5416.620.5674Store #11
    • 2040 Dundas Street East, Unit 1 Mississauga, ON L4X 2X8905.279.4392Store #255
    • 32 Steeles Avenue West Thornhill, ON L4J 1A1905.763.0227Store #450
    • 1450 Clark Avenue West, Unit 1 Thornhill, ON L4J 7R5905.669.5096Store #287
    • 180 Queens Plate Drive Etobicoke, ON M9W 6V1416.749.9932Store #12
    • 67 Colossus Drive, Unit D30 Vaughan, ON L4L 9J8905.856.6588Store #39
    • 1530 Aimco Blvd. Mississauga, ON L4W 5K1905.602.5889Store #2
    • 45 Red Maple Road Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4M6905.882.6995Store #155
    • 3175 Highway 7, Unit 200 Markham, ON L3R 0J5905.479.3101Store #19
    • 375 University Avenue Toronto, ON M5G 2J5416.598.4818Store #25
    • 85-89 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M5C 1S8416.203.3525Store #234
    • 250 Front Street East Toronto, ON M5A 1E9416.368.3331Store #26
    • 1140 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4W 2L8416.961.4949Store #70
    • 850 Milner Avenue Scarborough, ON M1B 5N7416.208.7728Store #127
    • 3950 Grand Park Drive Mississauga, ON L5B 4M6905.306.7888Store #257
    • 7725 Markham Road Markham, ON L3S 3J9905.472.0746Store #231
    • 5900 Mavis Road Mississauga, ON L5V 2P5905.813.3134Store #38
    • 2937 Queen Street East Brampton, ON L6T 5J1905.791.4522Store #136
    • 1700 Elgin Mills Road East, Unit 2 Richmond Hill, ON L4S 0B2905.770.1600Store #330
    • 2460 Winston Churchill Blvd. Oakville, ON L6H 6J5905.829.1960Store #78
    • 499 Main Street South Brampton, ON L6Y 1N7905.796.2403Store #217
    • 80 Great Lakes Drive Brampton, ON L6R 2K7905.789.5799Store #135
    • 1755 Pickering Parkway Pickering, ON L1V 6K5905.683.4620Store #256

1. Bay & Dundas
Toronto Eaton Centre
65 Dundas St. W
Toronto, ON, M5G 2C3
Phone: (416) 642-8321

2. Best Buy Mobile Dufferin Mall
Dufferin Mall
900 Dufferin St., Unit 0455
Toronto, ON, M6H 4A9
Phone: (416) 645-1646

3. Yonge & Eglinton
2400 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON, M4P 2H4
Phone: (416) 489-4726

4. Leaside
147 Laird Dr.
East York, ON, M4G 4K1
Phone: (647) 777-3196
Geek Squad: (647) 777-2310

5. Keele & St. Clair
10 Old Stock Yards Rd.
Toronto, ON, M6N 5G8
Phone: (416) 766-1577

6. 3401 Dufferin St., Unit 303
Toronto, ON, M6A 3A1

7. Corner of Dufferin & Wilson
695 Wilson Ave.
North York, ON, M3K 1E3
Phone: (416) 635-6574

8. Warden
50 Ashtonbee Rd., Unit 2 Eglinton Corners
Scarborough, ON, M1L 4R5
Phone: (416) 646-6726
Geek Squad: (416) 646-6730

9. North York
Empress Walk – Parking available off Hillcrest Avenue on Empress Walk P2
5095 Yonge St., Suite A14
North York, ON, M2N 6Z4
Phone: (416) 642-7980

10. Best Buy Mobile Cloverdale Mall
Trade-In Program – Cell Phones Only
Cloverdale Mall
250 The East Mall, Unit 281
Etobicoke, ON, M9B 3Y8

11. Weston
First Pro North York
2625A Weston Rd.
North York, ON, M9N 3V8
Phone: (416) 242-6162
General Electronics Drop Off

12. Sherway
167 North Queen St.
Etobicoke, ON, M9C 1A7
Phone: (647) 288-2300
General Electronics Drop Off

13. Best Buy Mobile Fairview Mall
1800 Sheppard Ave. E, Unit 1040
North York, ON, M2J 5A7
Phone: (416) 640-1443
Small Electronics Recycling only

14. Best Buy Mobile Centrepoint Mall
Centrepoint Mall
6464 Yonge St., Unit 106
North York, ON, M2M 3X4
Phone: (416) 218-8718
Small Electronics Recycling only

15. Best Buy Mobile Scarborough Town Centre
300 Borough Drive, Unit 763A
Scarborough, ON, M1P 4P5
Phone: (416) 279-0674
Small Electronics Recycling only

16. Scarborough
480 Progress Ave.
Scarborough, ON, M1P 5J1
Phone: (416) 296-7020
General Electronics Drop Off

17. Woodbridge
Piazza Del Sole @ Hwy 7 & Weston Rd – Unit 1
7850 Weston Rd. , Bldg. E Unit 1
Woodbridge, ON, L4L 9N8
Phone: (905) 264-3191
General Electronics Drop Off

18. Best Buy Mobile Square One
Square One Shopping Centre
100 City Centre Dr., Unit 1-839
Mississauga, ON, L5B 2C9
Phone: (905) 361-1016
Small Electronics Recycling only

19. Richmond Hill
Bayview Glen – Unit C
225 High Tech Rd., Unit 3
Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 0A6
Phone: (905) 695-3906
General Electronics Drop Off

20. Best Buy Mobile Vaughan Mills
1 Bass Pro Mills Dr., Unit 327
Vaughan, ON, L4K 5W4
Phone: (905) 761-8476
Small Electronics Recycling

21. Best Buy Mobile Kiosk Markville Centre
Markville Shopping Centre
5000 Hwy. 7, Unit Z130
Markham, ON, L3R 4M9
Phone: (905) 513-0109
Small Electronics Recycling

22. Markville Centre – Unit 4
5000 Hwy 7 E, Unit 2070L
Markham, ON, L3R 4M9
Phone: (905) 754-3025
General Electronics Drop Off

23. Heartland Town Centre – Unit 1
6075 Mavis Rd., Unit 1
Mississauga, ON, L5R 4G6
Phone: (905) 361-8251
General Electronics Drop Off

24. Distribution Centre East
please choose an other Best buy for recycle your electronics in gta

25. Best Buy Mobile Erin Mills Town Centre
5100 Erin Mills Pky., Unit F014
Mississauga, ON, L5M 4Z5
Phone: (905) 412-3177
Small Electronics Recycling

26. Best Buy Mobile Woodbine Centre
500 Rexdale Blvd., Unit F006
Etobicoke, ON, M9W 6K5
Phone: (416) 640-1953
Small Electronics Recycling only

27. Brampton
9200 Airport Road
Brampton, ON, L6S 6G6
Phone: 905-494-7272
Small Electronics Recycling only

28. Oakville Dundas & Hwy 403
Winston Park Retail Centre
2500 Winston Park Dr., Unit A
Oakville, ON, L6H 7E5
Phone: (905) 829-2034
General Electronics Drop Off

29. Brampton Bramalea City Centre
25 Peel Centre Dr., Unit 451
Brampton, ON, L6T 3R5
Phone: (905) 494-2179
General Electronics Drop Off

30. Best Buy Mobile Bramalea City Centre
25 Peel Centre Dr., Unit 506
Brampton, ON, L6T 3R5
Phone: (905) 595-0636
Small Electronics Recycling

31. Winston Churchill & Argentia
2975 Argentia Rd.
Mississauga, ON, L5N 0A2
Phone: (905) 285-9948
General Electronics Drop Off

The United Nations reported in 2012 that within 5 years, global electronic waste will reach 65.4 million tons. That is the weight of 11 Great Pyramids of Giza and 200 times the Empire State Building.
If you think about it, the average life span of a mobile phone today is only 18 months while a laptop lasts for about 2 years before an owner feels the need to upgrade.
But what is more surprising is the fact that many people don’t consider the consequences of rapidly developing technology and how to dispose of electronics.
Below are 6 most interesting facts about electronic waste you probably didn’t know.

1. What exactly is e-waste ?
E-waste includes obsolete and discarded electronic devices with circuitry, battery power, or electric elements. This includes televisions, entertainment devices like stereos or DVDs, printers, computers, copier machines, scanners, cellular phones, dryers, and washing machines.

2. Where does e-waste go when you recycling electronic in mississauga?

Over 70% of e-waste is a globalized business and shipped to landfills in developing nations where they are sold for scrap or burned to retrieve materials. This process is extremely harmful to people as well as the environment when performed under non-regulated environments.
When properly disposed of, e-waste recyclers use sound recycling processes to recover valuable materials like precious metals, or refurbish devices for re-use to save on important resources and energy.

3. What happens to recovered materials after recycling?
Metals from devices can be used for many others things when properly extracted. For example, batteries of cell phones and metals can be used to manufacture new ones.

4. Where can you dispose of e-waste?
For consumers and businesses, there are drop off points throughout Ontario where old electronics can be taken for recycling. This includes all Staples, Eco-Centers, and Best Buys. There are also private businesses that provide waste management services for a fee for businesses as well as others that offer to pick-up waste for a fixed fee. The best option, however, is to arrange for free computer pick-up in Ontario for households and businesses that qualify for free collection.

5. How can you verify that an e-waste collector is legitimate and trustworthy?
There are many fake electronic recycling programs. Thus, it is important to ensure you work with a responsible electronic recycling company in Ontario that will handle toxic materials in a safe manner, ensure the safe destruction of your data, and emphasize on re-use so that old electronics may be donated or reused.
Check out the website of Computer Recycling Canada for complete information about its recycling process, mission and values, and data destruction certification.

6. What are Ontario’s e-waste regulations when you recycle your electronic mississauga?

Ontario’s Electronic Stewardship Program (OES) collects fees from member companies for fulfillment of their obligations under the Waste Diversion Act (2002) and the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEE) Program Plan. This program requires first importers, franchisors, assemblers, and brand owners to fund the diversion of end of life electronics.
The Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) is a national non-profit organization that was created by electronic manufacturers and retailers to improve the efficiency of e-waste recycling and reclamation process. Each province’s regulations differ but the EPRA allows manufacturers to fulfill their obligations regarding proper e-waste disposal and reuse.
In knowing these e-waste facts, you are highly encouraged to participate and support the responsible and safe diversion of end of life technology from the waste stream to protect the Earth.



It may seem simple to just store old electronics in the basement or artic. But we shouldn’t. They may no longer be of use but they aren’t worthless.
Your old electronic devices have reusable and valuable materials such as rare earth metals, plastic, and precious metals that can still be recycled using a process called urban mining.
With urban mining, precious metals and rare earth metals are extracted from recycled electronics without mining in ecologically protected areas. This is much better for our environment and is even more efficient than old-fashioned mining.
Did you know that one ton of old smartphones when recycled can produce 324 times more gold than ore from a traditional mine? Now that you have seen the light, are you ready to answer the call of Mother Nature?
Aside from protecting the Earth, storing old electronics in your business premises or your home doesn’t make a lot of sense in terms of your safety and health.
The best thing to do is to request for computer disposal Mississauga to avoid clutter at home and ensure that old but still working computers are donated and reused.


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