Electronics that can be recycled include old computers, monitors and laptops  

How to Recycle Electronics

The City of Grand Prairie offers residents the following free options for recycling electronics:

  • Residents may take electronic waste to the Grand Prairie Landfill (1102 MacArthur Blvd.) for recycling during normal operating hours; or
  • Residents may take electronic waste to one of the upcoming electronics recycling events scheduled throughout the year at the Grand Prairie Development Center (206 W. Church St.). Space is limited and registration is required: Register online or call 972-237-8159.

Accepted Items

  • Blender
  • Bug Zapper
  • Cable Boxes
  • Calculator
  • Camcorder
  • Camera
  • Coffee Maker
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Copiers
  • CPU's
  • CRT Tubes
  • Digital Converter
  • Docking Stations
  • DVR
  • Electronic Toys
  • Fans
  • Fax Machine
  • Freon Containing Devices
  • Game Consoles
  • GPS Navigator
  • Home/Office/Cell Phones
  • Keyboards
  • Kitchen Electronics
  • Laptops
  • Major Appliances
  • Mice
  • Microwaves
  • Monitors (CRT/LCD)
  • MP3
  • Pager
  • PC's Whole Units
  • Pressure Washer
  • Printers
  • Radios/Stereos
  • Receiver
  • Remote Control
  • Satellite Receiver
  • Scanners
  • Small Server
  • Speakers
  • Tablet
  • Televisions (Complete)
  • Toaster Ovens
  • Vacuum
  • VCR's/DVD/CD Players
  • Walkie-Talkie
  • Wire/Cable/Power Supplies

NOT Accepted Items

  • Commercial waste not accepted
  • Contaminated Medical Equipment
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Exit Signs
  • Fire Alarms
  • Mercury Containing Devices
  • Smoke Detectors
  • X-Ray Devices
  • Any material containing PCB's
  • Any unit with liquids or sludge

Other Recycling Options for Electronics

Most electronics can be recycled through the following companies: 

Working electronics can sometimes be sold to an electronics store such as Entertainmart or Gazelle or donated to Goodwill Industries, Salvation Army, or another secondhand store.

Cell Phones:

Cell phones can often be recycled through your phone service provider, or donated to Cell Phones for Soldiers


All computer manufacturers are required to offer recycling options for equipment they produce. Instead of bringing computers to the landfill, citizens can recycle for free through the computer manufacturer.

View list of local computer recycling locations (PDF) in Grand Prairie and the surrounding area.

Use the Texas Recycles Computers Program to search by computer brand to find recycling options for personal or home business computer equipment.


Televisions can be dropped off at the Grand Prairie Landfill free of charge for residents who bring the top portion of their current water bill. Residents can also go to TexasRecyclesTVs.org to find options for television recycling, either by brand name or through the Recycling Leadership Program that accepts any brand of television.

Texas law now requires television and computer-equipment manufacturers to offer recycling opportunities to consumers for these electronics. For more information, please visit: https://www.tceq.texas.gov/p2/recycle/electronics