Electronics Recycling Drop-Off Center  

The Drop-Off Center Is Now Closed! 

Record use of Naperville’s Electronics Recycling Drop-Off Center in the first half of 2015 created an unmanageable stockpile of materials unable to be processed by the company hired to recycle them.

Naperville’s Electronics Recycling Program ended on September 19, 2015.

The City of Naperville will continue to monitor legislative progress in Springfield in the hopes of reinstating this service when the State is able to adequately fund this mandate.

City staff will also seek opportunities to organize one-day collection events. Information on such collections will be made available on this webpage.

Alternative Electronics Recycling Options for Residents

 Residents still have options to recycle electronics through participating retailers, area one-day collection events or directly through an area electronics recycler. Residents are encouraged to call these recyclers for specific program information.

Cell Phones

SCARCE (School and Community Assistance for Recycling & Composting Education) accepts used cell phones. The phones are refurbished and distributed to those in need or recycled properly. Cell phones, chargers and batteries can be dropped off at the organization’s Glen Ellyn location, 799 Roosevelt Road, Building 2, Suite 108. Phones do not have to work, and any model of cellular phone is accepted. Pagers, walkie-talkies and remote handsets are not accepted. For more information, visit or call (630) 545-9710.