computer recycling

Electronic Recycling

Going Green!

Don't throw your old equipment away!

With older model computers, there are internal components that may have lead, mercury or other toxic materials in them. Therefore, throwing these items into a landfill is not an option. Each piece of equipment needs to be disassembled to remove useful parts and dispose of the toxic parts. For security purposes, recycling partners can provide a certificate of hard drive destruction depending on your needs. 

If your business has computer equipment that is taking up space in your offices or if the business is planning to upgrade your desktops and will need assistance in disposing of the old equipment- give us a call to discuss. We have worked with many of our clients to find the right solution for recycling their older equipment.  

For more information on electronic recycling, please follow the link to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on Managing Used Electronics.

 Click here for the list of items that Acceptable and Unacceptable for Electronic Recycling. 

May 13, 2017 - 3rd annual Community Recycling Day



Ellenbecker Investment Group, River Run and Town Bank will be hosting their third annual Community Recycling Day on Saturday, May 13 in the Town Bank parking lot located at N35 W23877 Highfield Court in Pewaukee. The event is open to the public from 9am – 12pm and offers on-site paper shredding of up to 3 full boxes of paper, electronic recycling of computers or printers, and eyeglass and hearing aid donations.

For more information-click the flyer!