Waste Commission of Scott County
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.
Skip Navigation LinksHome > Facilities > Electronics Recovery Center

Electronics Recovery Center


5650 Carey Ave. 
Davenport, IA 52807

Phone: (563) 823-0119

Directions: Take 53rd Street to Carey Avenue and turn North. Drive through the cul-de-sac and into the Scott Area Campus. Continue straight to to the Electronics Recovery Center.

Winter Hours October-April

7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday

Summer Hours May-September
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday
7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday

Open 8 a.m.-11:30 a.m. the first Saturday of the month year-round.

Closed Holidays. No appointment necessary.

What we accept
: E-waste is defined as anything that contains a screen or a circuit board. See the green chart below for examples. Please note that appliances, such as microwaves and dehumidifiers, are not considered electronics and should be recycled through a separate program.

What we sell: Currently we test, refurbish and sell some desktops, laptops, hard drives, and flat-screen monitors. To view or purchase electronics, please visit our eBay store. No shopping or viewing of items for sale is permitted inside the Electronics Recovery Center. Visit our Electronics Reuse Program page to learn more.

Business customers: Visit our Business & Industry Electronic Waste page.

Scott County Residents: No charge. Drop off without an appointment during regular business hours.

Davenport and Bettendorf residents with curbside collection may place e-waste on the curb on their recycling day. This is a service that is included in the solid waste fee, and no call or appointment is required.

Other communities within Scott County provide special collection programs. Check with your community to learn more.

Processing and disposal costs for Scott County residents are paid by Scott County, communities within the county, and an environmental grant awarded by Waste Commission of Scott County.

Rock Island County Residents: No charge. Drop off without an appointment during regular business hours.

Processing and disposal costs for Rock Island County residents are paid by Rock Island County Waste Management Agency. E-waste is not included in Rock Island County bulky waste collection services.

All other counties: Please see our business page for pricing.

* Updated July 1, 2022


The Commission’s Electronics Recovery Center provides residents and businesses an environmentally sound disposal option for electronic waste (e-waste) such as computers and televisions. All material is evaluated as it enters the facility to determine the next step. End-of-life material is demanufactured into component parts. The component parts are recycled, or shredded and then recycled. Items deemed to have additional useful life are set aside for reuse, pending further evaluation.

The Electronics Recovery Center is ISO 14001, ISO 45001, and R2 (Responsible Recycling) certified. R2 certification ensures data security and environmental stewardship through a set of strict requirements and third-party audits. Read more about our certifications.

E-waste is defined as anything with a screen or a circuit board.
 Calculators  Keyboards (typing and
 Stereo receivers
 Cameras  Laptops
 Tape recorders
 Cassette recorders
 Monitors  Televisions
 CD players
 Typewriters (electric)
 Cell phones
 Printer cartridges (all types)
 Computers (CPUs)
 Printers (ribbon, laser, inkjet)
 Video game equipment
 Copiers  Radios
 Blu-ray players
 DVD players
 Scanners  MP3 players

Related Items

11555 110th Avenue · Davenport, Iowa 52804 · (563)381-1300 · Fax: (563)381-1301
© 2023 Waste Commission of Scott County · Privacy Policy
Web Application by Informatics, Inc.