Recycling options for electronics in Missouri City
Officials in Missouri City revealed ways to recycle old and unwanted electronic devices.
According to a city release, area businesses will take electronic devices to dispose of them properly, including Radio Shack, 5936 Highway 6, Missouri City. The store will take MP3 players, cameras camcorders, radar detectors, car amps, GPS systems, gaming systems, personal digital assistants and tablet personal computers. Radio Shack can be reached by calling 281-499-8944. Residents will receive store credit equal to the value of the disposed item.
Also, Target, 6000 Highway 6, Missouri City, will take ink cartridges, MP3 players and cell phones free of charge. Target can be reached by calling 281-403-6662.
Office Depot, 5766 Highway 6, Missouri City, which is available by calling 281-403-1171, charges between $5 to $15 to store and ship recyclables. The business accepts televisions that are 19 inches and smaller, cell phones, ink cartridges and computers.
Best Buy, 16980 S.W. Freeway, Sugar Land, which can be reached by calling 281-240-1110, charges a $10 fee that is refunded with a $10 gift card for items that include televisions 32 inches and smaller, cell phones and computers.
Fort Bend County Recycling and Environmental Center, 1200 Blume Road, Rosenberg, can be reached by calling 281-633-7581. The facility accepts a handful of devices at a charge, including televisions for $5 to $20 based on size. Also, computers, printers, monitors and copiers are accepted.
Recycling drop boxes for old or broken cell phones are also available across Missouri City, including at City Hall, 1522 Texas Parkway; Recreation and Tennis Center, 2701 Cypress Point Drive; Municipal Court, 3845 Cartwright Road; Police Department, 3849 Cartwright Road; and the Parks Maintenance Facility, 1523 Texas Parkway.
For more information, call 281-403-8530.
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