TVs / Computers / Electronics

Effective Jan. 1, 2016, eLoop has discontinued its free electronics equipment recycling service in South Fayette. The township is unable to accept TVs, computers or other electronics for recycling or other disposal.

Local collections that welcome South Fayette Township residents are posted on our Recycling/Trash Calendar. Find regional collections on the Pennsylvania Resources Council Inc. website or call 412-488-7490 x236.

Here are organizations that may collect your recyclable electronics, often for a fee. Please contact them directly to make arrangements.

Resources for Recycling TVs & Electronics

Evolution E-Cycling


Comprehensive TV, Computer and Electronics Recycling
Evolution E-Cycling website
412-390-3450
(Fees may apply)

1. Schedule Pickup by web or phone
Fees apply for pickup service
Residential: 412-390-3451
Commercial: 412-390-3450

2. Recycle By Mail

Request prepaid shipping boxes to recycle light bulbs, ballasts & batteries.

3. Drop Off Recyclables

Residential consumers may drop off certain electronic waste (no TVs) at:
Guardian Storage (Collier Township)
1599 Washington Pike
Bridgeville, PA 15017
412-923-5173
M-F, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sat., 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

4. Drop off TVs and other e-waste (fees may apply)
Evolution E-Cycling (Pgh South Side)

2235 Mary Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
412-390-3450

Best Buy Store E- Recycling


Best Buy recycling website
NO TVs or MONITORS are accepted at Best Buy stores in PA, but all stores do take other types of e-waste for free

Staples Store E-Recycling


Computer, Office Technology & Ink Cartridge Recycling
Staples recycling website

eLoop Electronics Recycling


eLoop website
1-877-801-6057

ATM Laser


Ink Cartridge Recycling
ATM Laser website

Business Recycling Services


Commonwealth Computer Recycling
Pay-for-pickup of computer and office equipment, for businesses ONLY
866-925-2354

Pennsylvania's Electronics Recycling Law


The Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act, enacted in 2010, requires that consumers cannot dispose of certain electronic devices in the trash, but that these items must instead be brought to a recycling operation.

Media Coverage of Electronics Recycling


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette news article, "Retired, recyclable TVs languishing in homes; State's recycling law making it difficult to unload electronics," 2/24/16

KDKA-TV story, "Officials: State law needs changes to allow free recycling of old TVs," 2/23/16

Trib Total Media news article, "Recycling TVs no easy task in Pennsylvania," 2/12/16

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette news article, "Too many TVs, too little capacity to recycle them," 5/19/15