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Computer Monitors - Working

Computer monitors are the visual display components of a computer system. A monitor may be a separate unit, attached by external cabling to other pieces of the system, or may be integrated into one unit, as in a laptop computer.

Household Hazardous Waste

This item should never be put in a curbside bin. For more information visit our household hazardous waste page.

Consider donation for reuse and redistribution to local community members.

Vendors

Vendor Address City Destination Disposal Method Notes
Salvation Army (3921 Geary Blvd) 3921 Geary Blvd San Francisco Reuse Free Drop-off
Salvation Army (Alameda) 1918 Park St. Alameda Reuse Free Drop-off
Salvation Army (Oakland) 601 Webster St. Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off
Surplus Service 3090 Osgood Ct Fremont Reuse Paid Pick-up
TDR Electronic Recycling 529 Race St San Jose Reuse Free Drop-off, Free Pick-up Free pick-up for large quantities. Call for details.
Tech Exchange 2530 International Blvd Oakland Reuse Free Drop-off, Free Pick-up LCD monitors only
Teen Challenge Thrift Store 3437 Chestnut Ave. Concord Reuse Free Drop-off
The Salvation Army Home Pick-Up Service San Francisco Reuse Free Pick-up
Tri Valley Recycling- Bay Area 1988 E. Alpine Avenue Stockton Recycle Buyback Drop-off, Free Drop-off, Paid Pick-up Call for buyback details and for pick-up arrangement fees. Fee for large copiers and microwaves.

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