The Commission’s Electronic Demanufacturing Facility (EDF)
provides residents an environmentally sound disposal option for electronic waste (e-waste) such as computers and televisions. All material is demanufactured and, to ensure data security, is not refurbished or reused. Demanufacturing, or disassembling, involves manually breaking down equipment into its separate components prior to shredding or recycling.
The Electronic Demanufacturing Facility is Responsible Recycling (R2) certified. Read more about this Facility's R2 certification
Some residents* and all businesses are charged 20 cents per pound for items that contain a cathode-ray tube (CRT). Console & projection televisions are a flat fee of $15. All other electronic waste is accepted at no charge. Large or unusual items are assessed on a per item basis. Material is accepted Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at 1048 East 59th Street, Davenport. Closed Holidays. For more information call (563) 823-0119.
*Curbside E-waste Collection (Davenport and Bettendorf only):
Bettendorf and Davenport residents that receive curbside collection can put e-waste out as bulky waste on their recycling day. This is a service that is included in the solid waste fee and no call-ins or appointments are required. The e-waste collected at the curb is delivered to the EDF. Please call (563) 823-0119 with questions.
*Scott County Residents:
Scott County residents can bring e-waste to the facility Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m at no charge. All communities and Scott County are covering the cost of e-waste disposal on behalf of their residents through an annual environmental grant awarded by Waste Commission of Scott County. Some communities offer special collection programs as well; please check with your community
*Rock Island County Residents:
Rock Island County residents can bring e-waste to the facility Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is no charge with a valid Rock Island County address. Rock Island County Waste Management Agency
covers the cost of processing and disposal for its residents. Rock Island County residents can also dispose of household hazardous material free of charge through the Waste Commission of Scott County. Make an appointment online
or click here
to find out more about household hazardous material.
Learn more about electronic waste in our education section