Electronics Recycling

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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to unfold, the health and safety of our employees, our customers, and the community we serve is our highest priority.

The Mesa County Landfill is OPEN to the public during the PROTECT-OUR-NEIGHBORS phase of re-opening Colorado; however, residents are encouraged to utilize their commercial waste hauler and only visit the landfill when absolutely necessary.

The Hazardous Waste Collection Facility and the Organic Materials Composting Facility are OPEN with reduced hours. Both Facilities are open Thursday-Saturday, 8AM-4:15PM.

The Mesa County Solid Waste Management team is actively following the advice of our public health officials and industry experts. We will respond to escalated situations as needed.
We wish you good health and safety as we all work through this together. 


To limit overtime costs, ALL customers must be unloaded/loaded by our closing time.

Physical Address:

  • 3071 Highway 50
  • Grand Junction, CO


  • (970) 256-9543


  • Thursday - Saturday, 8 AM - 4:15 PM

As of July 1, 2013, electronic waste is banned from all Colorado landfills. Electronics contain mercury, lead, cadmium and hexavalent chromium which are hazardous to people and the environment when not properly recycled. In addition to hazardous materials, electronics contain large amounts of glass, metal and plastic that can be recycled. The Hazardous Waste Collection Facility will accept electronics from residents and businesses of Mesa County for a fee of $.45 per pound.  Businesses are by appointment only.

Computer Recycling


We Accept Cash, Check or Credit/ Debit Cards  (Please note: an additional convenience fee of 2.5% with a minimum fee of $1.95 will be added to all credit/ debit card transactions)


The following items will be accepted for a fee of $.45 per pound:
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  • amplified speakers
  • cables/ cords* 
  • calculators
  • camcorders
  • cameras
  • cell phones*
  • computers
  • copiers
  • CPU’s
  • DVD players
  • fax machines
  • game consoles
  • keyboards
  • laptops
  • MP3 Players/ Ipods
  • monitors
  • PDA’s
  • peripherals
  • printers
  • scanners
  • stereos
  • televisions
  •  VCR’s
   * Cables/ Cords and Cell Phones will be accepted at no charge.


  • 2009- Accepted nearly 65 tons (129,455 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2010- Accepted nearly 90 tons (179,936 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2011- Accepted nearly 68 tons (135,165 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2012- Accepted nearly 53 tons (105,675 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2013- Accepted nearly 50 tons (99,132 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2014- Accepted nearly 66 tons (131,343 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2015- Accepted nearly 85 tons (170,728 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2016- Accepted nearly 122 tons (244,825 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2017- Accepted nearly 96 tons (191,760 pounds) of e-waste for recycling
  • 2018- Accepted nearly 81 tons (162,710 pounds) of e-waste for recycling


For a list of e-waste recyclers registered with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment visit https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/ewaste