Electronic Recycling

All residents and businesses in St. John’s can recycle old electronics free of charge through the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) Newfoundland and Labrador.

Residential Users

Go to the EPRA website to find out if your electronics can be recycled and to find a drop-off location near you, including the Residential Drop-Off (RDO) at Robin Hood Bay.

Commercial Users

Go to the EPRA website to learn if your electronics can be recycled and to find a drop-off location near you.

Electronic Waste: What’s Inside Counts

EPRA/Recycle My Electronics programming supports a sustainable future for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians through safe, secure recycling of end-of-life electronics.

Recoverable resources count

Many of the materials inside our electronics, including plastic, glass, gold, silver and copper can be reused continuously. By recycling electronics, materials are recovered, recycled and reused — reducing our overall carbon footprint and also diverts e-waste from illegal export and Canadian landfills.

Safety and security counts

Responsible recycling ensures the safe and secure destruction of personal data stored on hardware. Important information is stored on our devices, and the security of personal data is an increasing concern.

When electronics are brought to EPRA/Recycle My Electronics, devices are quickly processed, shredded and recycled into small particles to be put back into the manufacturing supply chain.

Accessibility counts

EPRA/Recycle My Electronics has 57 collection locations across the province. We offer return-to-retail points and authorized drop-off locations in St. John’s including at the Robin Hood Bay Residential Drop Off at 340 East White Hills Road.

To find out what and where to recycle, visit recycleMYelectronics.ca/NL