The Village of Mukwonago will be hosting a special one-day collection of household electronics and appliances open to any Waukesha County resident on Saturday, September 14th from 9:00 a.m. to noon. The collection will take place at 630 East Veterans Way.
State law bans electronics and appliances from landfills and incinerators due to the valuable materials that can be recycled and reused, including precious metals like gold and copper. Many devices also contain hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium and chemical flame retardants that need to be disposed of properly. This collection assists residents to comply with State law and provides options for responsible recycling.
Items collected for a fee include TVs ($25 each), Cathode Ray Tube computer monitors ($10 each), and paper for secure shredding ($5 each banker box). Fees can be paid with Visa, Mastercard, or cash. Additional items will be collected at no fee including computers, laptops, flat screen computer monitors, scanners, DVD players, VCRs, stereos, cell phones, telephones, home goods, pre-shredded paper, and appliances including air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerators, microwaves, watercoolers, freezers, water heaters, washer/dryers, stoves, ovens/ranges, and dishwashers. No broken or de-manufactured television or computer units will be accepted. State law bans electronics and appliances from landfills and incinerators.
These collection events are for household electronics and appliances only. Businesses are required by Wisconsin law to recycle and there are several options to contract for these services listed on our website.
The City of Pewaukee-Goodwill will host the next collection event on Saturday, November 9th at 601 Ryan Street from 9:00 a.m. to noon. For a list of upcoming events, proper disposal of other electronics and appliances not accepted at these events, business recycling options and locations to recycle broken or de-manufactured units, visit our website www.waukeshacounty.gov/recycling or call