Better PC Recycle provides a computer recycling service for the Puget Sound & Greater northwest region in Washington State. We operate out of a 7,000 square foot facility in Lakewood with a drop off location and free pick up service available for qualified businesses. Stop throwing away your electronic devices-working or nonworking, we accept it all! Better PC Recycle’s professional and trustworthy team is here to take all of your unwanted electronics off of your hands. With over 8 years of electronics recycling experience, Better PC Recycle is your trusted resource for electronics recycling and disposal.
WE ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF ITEMS:
-Computer, Monitors and all computer parts/accessories
-Kitchen appliances -Fridges
-Aluminum, Scrap metals (WE DO NOT BUY)
-ANY METAL and ALL ELECTRONICS!
We offer top tier repair services on at our facility on applicable devices including rebuilds, upgrades and installations. Get in touch with one of our trained technicians by calling us at (253)584-1098.
Check Out Our Store Inventory
If you are seeking computer components, cables, parts or accessories then come on by our facility because we sell and stock a wide range of computer devices and peripherals.
We also offer items for sale on our online store.
Expanded Pick-up Service
Pickup service are available to both residential and business customers who qualify. A gas fee may be added to a residential pick up. Please get in contact with a representative to find out if you are eligible.
It is completely FREE to drop off your recyclables at our warehouse
so come on by:
2608 104th St. Ct. S J-3 Lakewood, WA 98499
To qualify for a pickup you must have 15 items or more (accessories & misc. wires do not count). Contact Better PC Recycle by calling (253)584-1098 or by e-mailing us at email@example.com to schedule a FREE pickup.
I’m sure you’re asking yourself ‘Why would I drop my computer off at your place when I can toss it in my trash?’ The answer is simple – PC’s, monitors and other electronics contain hazardous materials so doing so would be unsafe. Chemicals such as mercury, barium, phosphorous, lead, beryllium and many more need to be separated from traditional trash where they can leak into our landfills, potentially contaminating the groundwater and environment. If an item can be salvaged or repaired then the items are donated to those who can use them, so you are contributing to a good cause either way.