2141 Old St. James Road
Rolla, Mo 65401
Phone: (573) 364-6693
Business Hours: Open 24 hours
- Type 1 (PETE) and TYPE 2 (HDPE). All plastics must be washed out with no caps or lids and flattened to save space. No motor oil bottles.
- Cans – tin, steel and aluminum; must be emptied and rinsed (aerosols are acceptable if empty)
- Paper – newspaper, office paper, magazines, catalogs, junk mail, window envelopes
- Cardboard – corrugated boxes, brown paper bags, paperboard boxes
- Glass – clear, green and brown bottles or jars. Remove lids and rinse containers
- Cannot be accepted:
- light bulbs
- window/plate glass or auto glass
- Cannot be accepted:
- Plastic Bags & Shrink Wrap – No black bags
- Electronic Waste – Drop off Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- Free of charge – microwaves, copy machine, cordless phone, answering machine, hand power tools, electric gardening equipment. keyboard, fax machines, DVD players, camcorders, extension cords, ink and toner cartridges, printers, typewriters, VCRs, scanners, electric exercise equipment, calculators, cell phones, radios, speakers, vacuums and more (anything operated by a cord or battery)
- Fees apply (call for current pricing) – CRT monitor, refrigerator, dehumidifer, freezer, stove, AC units, water heaters, washer and dryers, furnaces (Be prepared to unload items without assistance)
119 J.H. Williamson Jr. Dr.
St. Robert, MO 65584
Phone: (573) 336-5155
Fax: (573) 336-5123
Business Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Type 1 (PETE) clear and Type 2 (HDPE) opaque and colored will be accepted All plastics must be washed out with no lids, no rings, and no labels. Each bin will be marked with the appropriate plastic number.
- Cans – tin and aluminum; must be washed and all labels removed
- Paper – office paper, newspaper, packing paper and magazines
- Cardboard – corrugated box type cardboard no bigger than 3 foot long. Do not mix cardboard or paper board with regular paper.
- Electronic Waste – Drop off during business hours only
- Free of Charge – flat screens, PC’s, laptops, keyboards, mice, printers, scanners, fax machines
- $40 fee – tubed TVs and monitors
DACC Recycling Service in Pulaski County
206 S. Elm Street
Dixon, MO 65459
Phone: (573) 759-3023
Business Hours: 24/7
- Plastics – #1 & #2
- Cans – aluminum
- Paper – newspaper, magazines
- Drop of Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for:
Customers can get rid of their old or unwanted appliances and electronics in several ways:
- Recycling kiosks — Every U.S. Best Buy store has kiosks, just inside the front doors, to drop off rechargeable batteries, wires, cords, cables and plastic bags.
- Recycling in store at the Customer Service counter — Best Buy stores accept most electronics, with a few exceptions. See the State-specific recycling information section on the the Electronics and Appliances Recycling page to view program details for your area.
- Appliance and TV haul-away and recycling options — Best Buy will remove an appliance or a TV from a customer’s home for a fee of $14.99 when a new product is purchased and delivered by Best Buy. Or, we can remove a product from a customer’s home for a fee, even if no product was purchased. Plus, we’ll make sure that these items are properly and safely recycled. In California, Best Buy will remove an appliance or a TV from a customer’s home for free when a new product is purchased and delivered by Best Buy.
- Reclaimed product from trade-in — If products cannot be refurbished or resold, Best Buy will ensure the products are responsibly recycled.
All U.S. stores, including those in Puerto Rico, offer the in-store programs for customers to bring their old, unused, or unwanted consumer electronics for recycling, no matter where they were purchased. Best Buy Mobile stand-alone stores accept a limited assortment of old or unwanted consumer electronics.
Still need help finding a place to recycle your items? Try searching your specific item and zip code at Recycle Nation. Not all recycling centers or options are listed – including the centers listed above.
RecycleNation is a dynamic recycling and green living-focused website that makes recycling, conserving, reusing and living wisely easy.
RecycleNation features a comprehensive recycling location database that gives the user the ability to easily assemble a recycling to-do list. The database is location based, and aims to make your recycling needs as easy as possible, whether you’re clearing out the house during spring cleaning or simply looking to recycle a few shopping bags.