How to Pay for TV, Computer-Monitor Recycling Online
- Click this link to the Kane County Recycles webpage for hours of operation, maps and lists of items that can be recycled.
The county also holds scheduled recycling events at the Kane County Branch court, at 540 S. Randall Road in St. Charles.
Most electronics can be recycled at the events or the drop-off locations for no charge, but there is a charge to recycle television sets and computer monitors, according to the size of the screen.
It’s important to note that screens are measured diagonally. There’s a $25 fee to recycle each screen with a diagonal measurement of 20 inches or less and a fee of $35 to recycle each screen with a diagonal measurement of 21 inches or more.
Kane County Recycling Coordinator Jennifer Jarland strongly recommends recyclers pay the fees in advance.
“Paying and printing your receipt in advance will help reduce wait times and maintain a professional level of service at the one-day collection events,” she said.
Here’s how easy it is to pay the electronics recycling fee online.
STEP 1: Go to the Kane County Recycles website, click on “Pay online in advance HERE.”
STEP 2: Fill in the fields for quantity and size, and click PROCEED.
STEP 3: Choose your preferred method of payment. Confirm your purchase and …
… this is what you’ll see:
STEP 4: After that, print out your receipt and …
… take it to the recycling drop-off along with your electronics!
- Contact Kane County Recycling Coordinator Jennifer Jarland at 630-208-3841 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Kane County Recycles
The Kane County Recycles office manages recycling programs for electronics, books, hazardous materials, and other hard-to-recycle materials, and promotes best practices for household recycling, commercial business recycling, and composting. This office oversees recycling-related information and community outreach initiatives, oversees the annual licensing of Waste and Recycling Haulers, provides backyard compost bins, and implements the Kane County Solid Waste Plan. The office oversees the Recycling and Hauler Licensing Ordinance which requires commercial businesses and multi-family residences to recycle, and provides the provisions for hauler licensing and reporting.