Walworth County will host an appliance and electronics recycling event on Saturday, July 24, 2021, from 9 a.m. to noon.
The event will be held at the Walworth County Department of Public Works at W4097 County Road NN Elkhorn, WI 53121.
Unless otherwise noted, recycling of all appliances, electronics, and lawn equipment will be free.
Questions? Contact the vendor directly: Refrigerant Depot, at 414-627-1152.
Items That Can Be Recycled:
Appliances & Lawn Equipment
- Air conditioners
- Car batteries
- Commercial A/C units
- Exercise equipment
- Grills (no propane tanks accepted)
- Push lawn mowers *
- Range tops/stoves/ovens
- Snow blowers *
- Water coolers
- Water heaters (no water softeners)
* No riding lawn mowers accepted. All gas and oils must be removed prior to drop off.
Only items listed below will be accepted. Household items only (no business materials). Cash only, no credit/debit cards or checks will be accepted. No broken TVs, monitors or disassembled materials will be accepted.
- All TVs
- Console and projection TVs: $35 each disposal fee (cash only)
- All monitors
- All-in-one monitors: $10 each disposal fee (cash only)
- All computers/PCs
- Blue-Ray plaers
- Cell phones
- Cable boxes
- Desktop printer/scanner/copier
- DVD/VCR players
- Storage devices
- Video equipment
- All wiring/cords
Upcoming Events: Additional 2021 recycling events include Clean Sweep events on Oct. 1 for both household hazardous waste and businesses-only VSQG hazardous waste (pre-registration required), followed by a residential Clean Sweep and Electronics recycling event on Oct. 2. Details regarding all three upcoming events can be found at https://www.co.walworth.wi.us/342/Solid-Waste-Recycling.
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About Us: Walworth County Public Works strives to enhance the quality of life, health, and safety of all citizens by being accountable and responsible for maintaining Walworth County’s infrastructure. Learn more at www.co.walworth.wi.us/293/Public-Works.