Customer Drop-Off Program

To better help the communities we serve, URT has extended the Customer Drop-Off Program to all of its four locations. Residents now can bring their items to their local URT Facility for an affordable, safe, and convenient recycling solution. Our processes and facilities have earned stamps of approval from certifying entities. So recycle with confidence.

WISCONSIN FACILITY

2535 Beloit Ave
Janesville, WI 53546
(877) 278-0799

COST: Free, businesses excluded

HOURS:
Monday – Friday
7:30am – 3:30pm
3:30pm – 8pm (Evening Hours)

INFO: During evening hours, please call the number posted on our front door and a URT team member will direct you to dock 5 and help you unload.

NEW HAMPSHIRE FACILITY

61 Industrial Park Dr
Dover, NH 03820
(603) 422-7711

HOURS: Please call ahead, as our hours change

COST: Small fee, call for current pricing

OREGON FACILITY

10151 Southeast Jennifer St
Clackamas, OR 97015
P: (503) 722-2236

HOURS: Monday – Friday, 7am – 2pm

COST: Small fee, please call for current pricing

TEXAS FACILITY

2301 Franklin Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76106
(817) 924-9300

HOURS: Please call ahead, as our hours change

COST: Small fee, call for current pricing

WISCONSIN FACILITY OFFERS FREE ELECTRONIC RECYCLING WITH EXTENDED HOURS

URT’s Wisconsin Facility (Janesville, WI) is extending its Customer Drop-Off Program’s hours until 8pm and will continue to include FREE electronic recycling until further notice.

During our Evening Hours (3:30pm -8pm), we are asking residents to come to our headquarters, call the number on our front door, and proceed to Dock 5. There a team member will assist in unloading items into our secure facility.

If you have any questions, please call URT’s Wisconsin Facility between the hours of 7:30am-3:30pm.

ITEMS ACCEPTED & NOT ACCEPTED

ACCEPTING:

Televisions; Computers (desktop, laptop, netbook, & tablet computers); Desktop Printers (including those that scan, fax and/or copy, and 3-D printers); Computer Monitors; Other Computer Accessories (including keyboards, mice, speakers, external hard drives, & flash drives); e-Readers; DVD Players, VCRs & Other Video Players (i.e., DVRs); Fax Machines

NOT ACCEPTING:

Contaminated Medical Equipment; Fire Alarms; Dehumidifiers; Mercury Containing
Devices; Exit Signs; Smoke Detectors; Fire Extinguishers; Any Unit with Liquid or
Sludge

WHY RECYCLE

VALUABLE MATERIALS

Electronic waste contains many valuable, recoverable materials such as aluminum, copper, gold, silver, and other precious metals.

Recycling means we can conserve natural resources—extracting fewer raw materials from the earth.

As a result, we save energy, reduce pollution and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Recycling means we can, in some cases, extend the life of our products through refurbishment and reuse.

TOXIC CHEMICALS

Electronic waste contains toxic and hazardous materials including mercury, lead, cadmium, beryllium, chromium,
and chemical flame retardants.

Recycling means that electronic waste doesn’t end up in our landfills where these hazardous materials could leach into our soil and water, causing serious health and wellness concerns for vegetation, wildlife and people.

SENSITIVE INFORMATION

Electronic waste often contains sensitive personal information and company data, such as financial information and health records, that shouldn’t be left laying in a landfill.

Recycling means that sensitive data is safe and secure—mitigating the risk of personal information theft for businesses and individuals.