e-Cycle
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Electronic Waste Recycling
A Self-Sustaining Ministry
e-Cycle

After 12 years providing the Tri-Valley area and beyond with electronic recycling services, e-Cycle is closing down. At this point, and for a limited time, we are accepting ONLY the following items:

  • desktop computers
  • laptops
  • flatscreen televisions 32" or larger
  • rackmount network equipment
  • cellphones
  • handheld devices
  • videogame systems
  • cables and wires
  • lead acid batteries (for car or power backup systems)
  • donations of time and money to help wind down the operation

Please take any items not listed above to one of our other fine electronics recycling firms in the area.

Guests welcome for drop-off Monday through Friday,
generally from noon to 6:00pm


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Warehouse Volunteers Needed

Volunteers Needed to Help Clean Up Warehouse The Ministry is in need of volunteers to help clean up the warehouse. Activities include dismantling old appliances and computers, light scrapping of consumer electronics (mostly cutting off cords and throwing the remainder into bins), and minor disassembly work. If you have time during the week or on weekends to help out then please contact Rector Rychter at rr@ecycle.info. Thank you!

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TRESPASSERS SHALL BE PROSECUTED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW.


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