Electronics Recycling

Electronics Recycling

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Info-Link Electronic Waste Collection

The mandate of the Infolink recycling program is:

  • To provide a more convenient way to recycle items that cannot be recycled otherwise on campus.
  • To prevent dangerous and possibly toxic chemicals from leaching into the environment if not disposed of properly.
  • To raise awareness of what materials can be recycled or safely disposed of.


The Infolink recycling program aims to provide the University community, and students especially, with a convenient way to dispose of environmentally hazardous materials. Sustain SU boxes are conveniently located at Infolink booths around campus where anyone can drop off materials such as batteries, ink/laser jet cartridges, and cell phones. From September to April, the contents of these boxes are picked-up by Sustain SU volunteers every other week.

InfoLink booths can be found at many convenient locations around campus, SUB, CAB and HUB. Ink and LaserJet cartridges are also accepted at the University Bookstore and SUBprint. There are battery bins in the lower level of the bookstore, and around campus.

To properly dispose of larger electronics such as televisions, monitors, computers, etc., please visit the City of Edmonton's E-Waste recycling page and stop by an Eco-Station near you!

For more information about other recycling programs on campus, please visit Facilities and Operations Recycling.

Electronics Roundup

The Electronics Roundup is happening October 22-26, 2018, as part of Sustainability Awareness Week. To learn more about where this is taking place and what you can donate, visit the Sustainability Awareness Week website.

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Monday to Friday
Best available by appointment.


Sustain SU Office
0-81 Student Life Central desk Lower Level
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW
Edmonton, AB
T6G 2J7