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Best Buy Recycling

Best Buy Recycling


Comprehensive appliance and electronics recycling including ink cartridges, CDs, DVDs, cases, cables and gift cards.

Best Buy offers the most comprehensive appliance and electronics recycling programs in the United States, and consumers recycle more appliances and electronics with Best Buy than any other retailer. The company collects more than 400 pounds of product for recycling every minute our stores are open — no matter what retailer the products were purchased from.

Customers can get rid of their old or unwanted appliances and electronics in several ways:

•   Recycling kiosks — Every U.S. Best Buy store has kiosks, just inside the front doors, to drop off ink and toner cartridges, rechargeable batteries, and wires, cords and cables, plastic bags, gift cards, CDs, DVDs and cases. Alkaline batteries not accepted.
•   Recycling in-store at the Customer Service counter — Best Buy stores accept most electronics, with a few exceptions. Please select your state from the drop-down menu on to view program details for your area.
•   Appliance and TV recycling options — Best Buy will remove an appliance or TV free of charge from a customer's home when a new product is purchased and delivered by Best Buy. Or, for a fee, we can schedule a pickup with no product purchase.
•    Reclaimed product from Trade-In — If products cannot be refurbished or resold, Best Buy will ensure the products are responsibly recycled.


Hours: Mon.- Sat. 10AM-9PM, Sun. 11AM-8PM
259 Burgess Rd., Harrisonburg Crossing
Harrisonburg, VA 22801