As one of the area's first Green Certified Small Businesses, WinTech is a local leader in a more sustainable approach to handling used computer equipment. All computer towers, laptops, monitors, batteries, and peripherals contain some level of toxic materials and should be disposed of in the proper manner.
Below you will find information that is specific to computer recycling in the Winchester, VA area. You should expect to pay for this privilege. Proper disposal is expensive for the provider and your payment helps to assure that the process is handled properly.
- Secure Shred, a division of White Properties, is the local leader in the destruction and recycling of electronics and confidential material. Click this link for more information on Computer Recycling in Winchester, VA or call 540-535-0430.
- Goodwill Industries International has teamed with Dell to create over 1,900 ReConnect donation sites nationwide. For more local recycling information for Goodwill you can visit their website by Clicking Here, or call 540-723-6864.
- Frederick County Public Works encourages local residents to visit local drop-off stations for day-to-day items and the Regional Landfill for paid Electronics Recycling. For information on hours of operation or electronics recycling in Frederick County, VA you can Click Here, or call 540-665-5658.
- The Town of Berryville offers scheduled collection of computer screens and other appliances on Wednesdays. Click Here or call 540.955.1099.
- Charitable Donation You may also consider contacting a local charity of your choice to donate a computer that is still operational and may benefit someone else. Organizations such as Blue Ridge Hospice Thrift Shops, Goodwill, and local libraries may be of further assistance.