All university-owned electronics are recycled year round. All Kent State University electronics are recycled by Infinite Electronics Recycling, LLC, an R2 certified company.
To recycle university-owned electronic equipment:
- Check with your IT department before removing any electronic equipment
- Place a Flash Track order for University Facilities Management to pick up the electronic equipment
Personally Owned Electronics
Year-round Student Center Small Electronics Recycling Bin
Located on the 1st floor of the Student Center, near the post office.
Accepted items include: laptops, iPads and tablets, cell phones, wires and cables, game consoles, servers and storage devices, digital cameras, docking stations and network and telecom equipment. We recommend you do a secure wipe on devices before recycling and remove micro SD, SIM, or memory cards. Electronics are recycled by Kent State's electronics recycler, Infinite Recycling, LLC., an R2 and RIOS certified company. This bin was funded by Undergraduate Student Government and the Student Center and supported by the Office of Sustainability and University Facilities Management.
March Drop-off Days
For personal electronics, once a year, during Campus Race to Zero Waste in March, Kent State University holds a free E-Cycle Drive open to students, faculty, staff and the local community to recycle any personal electronic items.
- Flatscreen TVs
- Personal computers
- Laptop computers
- Servers and storage devices
- Mainframe equipment
- Monitors (CRT and LCD)
- Docking stations
- Ipads and tablets
- Floppy drives
- DVD/CD burners
- Circuit boards
- Cables, wires and extension cords
- Digital cameras
- Cellular phones
- DVD players
- String lights
- Game consoles
- Network & telecom equipment
- Kitchen appliances smaller than a microwave
- Kitchen appliances larger than a microwave are not acceptable
Or find the closest electronics recycler near you