Every day, millions of people clean out their closets, attics and basements. Instead of throwing out the things you no longer need, give them to Goodwill, and we will sell or recycle them. It’s a cycle that extends the life of usable clothing and other goods and earns revenue for Goodwill programs that benefit thousands of people right here in West Michigan.

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Goodwill offers a free, easy, and environmentally responsible way to get rid of your old computer. Simply drop off your unwanted computer or computer-related equipment, at any Goodwill store or donation center throughout the state of Michigan!

Goodwill recycles computers, monitors, printers, TVs and a wide variety of other electronic devices. Donations are collected at all Goodwill donation sites during regular business hours. Goodwill partners with Valley City Electronic Recycling in Grand Rapids to provide domestic disassembly of all nonworking and outdated equipment to maximize the commodity value for recovered metals, plastics, glass and circuit boards with a zero landfill policy for all regulated material. Revenue from this program benefits thousands of people right here in West Michigan through a variety of services provided by Goodwill.

This is a free, easy and environmentally responsible way to get rid of all those old devices stored in the basement and closets.

Items Goodwill accepts for recycling:

Computer Systems / Accessories

  • CRT monitors
  • LCD monitors
  • CPUs
  • All-in-ones
  • Laptops/Tablets
  • Servers
  • Switches
  • Hubs
  • UPS systems
  • Keybords
  • Mice
  • Speakers
  • Wireless internet cards
  • Hard drives
  • Optical drives
  • Wires and cables
Audio / Video Equipment
  • Televisions
  • DVD players
  • VCRs
  • Stereos
  • Radios
  • Camcorders
  • Cameras
  • Game systems
Handheld Devices
  • Cell phones
  • Pagers
  • PDAs
  • Two-way radios
Office Equipment
  • Fax machines
  • Photocopiers
  • Printers
  • Scanners
  • Telephones
  • Typewriters
  • Adding machines

Items Goodwill does NOT accept for recycling:

  • Hazardous materials of any type
  • Batteries not integral to computer systems
  • Smoke detectors
  • Refrigerators
  • Large appliances
  • Air conditioners 

Donors are responsible for removing data from their hard drives and other storage media before making their donation.