Recycle with Local Businesses

If none of these alternatives are available to you please PUT IN GARBAGE.

Local Recycling Information:

Please call ahead for up to date pricing and hours of operation.

Habitat for Humanity Restore
530 Greenbrae Dr, Sparks | (775) 323-5511
Call for details and/or restrictions.

Friends of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
1150 Financial Blvd. #1600, Reno
 | (775)323-3311
Please call  for details and/or restrictions.

Redwood Materials
2800 Lockhead Way, Carson City| [email protected]
Email for details and/or restrictions. Drop off your old rechargeable batteries and devices at one of our 90 permanent drop-off locations. Find a location near you here.



If No Plastic and Electronics? It's Scrap Metal

You can dispose of regular, electronic-free tools or accessories as scrap metal. Metal tools can’t be turned in as scrap metal if they have plastic handles.


Return Battery Packs In-Store

Do not throw away batteries from power tools. A number of companies will accept these batteries at their stores, including DeWalt, the Home Depot and Lowe’s. 


Power Tools Are E-Waste

Power tools contain electronic parts, so they can be recycled as e-waste. Remember to first disassemble your power tool so that other parts can be recycled as scrap metal.