Electronics Recycling

City of Margate Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Disposal Events:

2020 - All events completed.

2021 - To be determined.  

Location: Oriole Park, 7055 NW 1st Street.

COVID-19 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR EVENT, SEPTEMBER 26, 2020:

To ensure we practice social distancing and follow CDC guidelines, the following safety measures will take place:

  • All vehicle occupants must wear a mask.
  • Attendees are not to exit their vehicles.
  • All items to be disposed/shred must be located in the trunk, hatch or bed of the vehicle (no items will be removed from the cabin of a vehicle).
  •      Proof of residency is required. For more information, contact the City of Margate’s 
  •      Department of Environmental & Engineering Services at (954) 972-0828.   

COVID-19 UPDATE

Until further notice, this program is open by appointment only for residents that have an immediate need to dispose of household  hazardous waste or electronics.  Broward County can be reached at 954-357-8850, Wednesday through Saturday between 7:00am and 5:00pm, to schedule an appointment. 

Electronics equipment has become an integral part of our everyday lives. However, when your electronics equipment has reached the end of its useful life it should not be placed with your regular garbage for collection but instead recycled to prevent any harmful metals or chemicals they may contain from entering the environment.

Margate residents have a number of free options when it comes to places to bring their unwanted / end of life electronics equipment to be recycled.


                                                        


  1. Broward County Drop Off Places
  2. Items Accepted
  3. Items Not Accepted

Broward County Drop Off Locations

Davie
5490 Reese Road
Davie, FL 33314

Pompano Beach
2780 N Powerline Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33073

West Park
5601 W Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Pembroke Park, FL 33023

Hours

Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Proof of Margate residency is required.

Visit the Broward County website for more information.

Electronics Retailers

Many electronics retailers accept and recycle old electronics equipment.  Visit the United States Environmental Protection Agency website to find a participating retailer near you.