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Electronics Recycling
Electronics Banned from Landfills Effective January 1, 2012
Beginning January 1, 2012, electronic equipment can no longer be collected with regular trash due to the landfill ban in Illinois. The Village of Montgomery offers monthly drop-off recycling events to allow residents to dispose of electronics and other common recyclable items that are not collected curbside. These special collection efforts will allow these items to be recycled instead of depositing them in a landfill where they can contaminate the ground.

Monthly Recycling Collection Events in Montgomery
The Village of Montgomery hosts monthly recycling collection events throughout the year.  The recycling events help residents dispose of electronics and other recyclables that are not currently collected curbside.  During the event, you can bring electronics (anything that plugs in), all types of batteries, textiles, metal, books, toner cartridges and removable media (VHS tapes, CDs, floppy discs, etc.) to the recycling event location to help keep these items out of landfills.  The textile recycler will take anything made of fabric or leather. This includes not only clothing, but bed sheets, towels, blankets, sleeping bags, curtains, shoes, purses--anything made of fabric or leather.  **PLEASE NOTE** If any tube TVs are stripped of their internal components and wiring, there will be a charge to drop off those TVs.

Please note that these recycling events will not accept paint, fluorescent light bulbs or car tires. 

Recycling collection events are held at 10 Civic Center Avenue in front of the Montgomery Police Department.

Recycling collection events are held from 9:00 a.m. until noon on the third Saturday of each month.  Please call (630) 896-8080 ext. 1114 with any questions.

Other Area Recycling Drop-Off Locations
New Life Electronics Recycling offers pickup service for residents of Montgomery at a flat fee of $20 per pickup. As of now, there is no minimum and no maximum amount of equipment. However, if a television is missing noticeable internal components, the resident will be subject to an additional charge of $15 per television (for televisions in this condition). To schedule a pickup, call (866) 929-5551, or send email . You can also visit their website at: www.nlerinc.com and under the contact tab, fill out the form. 

New Life Electronics Recycling Drop-Off
Monday through Friday from 10am- 3pm
150 Kendall Point Drive, Suite H, Oswego (866) 929-5551
Please note that for the security of your data, and to ensure that your electronics are recycled responsibly, do not leave your electronics at the warehouse door after hours or on weekends. 

Oswego Public Works Department Electronics Recycling Drop-Off
100 Theodore Drive, Oswego  (630) 554-3622
Hours: 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month, 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Kane County Monthly Electronics and Book Recycling Collection Event
540 S Randall Road, St. Charles  (630) 208-3841
Hours: 2nd Saturday of each month, 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (April through September hours) or 8:00 a.m. - noon (October through March hours) 
Kane County has a webpage full of valuable information on how and/or where to recycle all types of items.

Batavia Public Works Department Self-Serve Electronics Drop-off
200 N Raddant Road, Batavia  (630) 454-2310
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.