GLRA & Electronic Recycling
Greater Lebanon Refuse Authority
The Greater Lebanon Refuse Authority (GLRA) offers an electronics facility for Lebanon County residents and small businesses. GLRA's Electronics Recycling Facility is for Lebanon County residents and small businesses.
There are no charges and no fees for electronics recycling.
If you need further information on services provided by GLRA, please click on the above link.
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Entrance gate closes promptly at 3:30 PM on weekdays and 11:30 AM on Saturday.
The facility is located at 1610 Russell Road, Lebanon, behind the plant bedding and wood mulch loading area. Follow the signs on Russell Road to the entrance of the electronics recycling facility. A GLRA license is not required.
Accepted Electronic Devices
- All Computers and PCs (Desktops, Laptops, Notebooks, Tablets, and Servers)
- All Computer Monitors and Televisions (CRT, LCD, LED, Plasma, Flat screen, Projection and Console)
- Computer Peripherals: Keyboards, Mice, Computer Speakers, and External Devices (External Devices include: CD/DVD/Blu-Ray ROM/Burners, Scanners, Wire less Routers/Switches, Modems, and External Tape, Optical, and Hard Disc Drives)
- Printers: All Desktop Printers, Dot Matrix, Inkjet, Laser, and All in Ones (Printer-Scanner-Fax Combos)
- Digital Cameras and Camcorders (Video)
- Telephones, Cell Phones, PDAs, Smart Phones, Mobile Devices, Hand-held PCs, and MP3 Players
- All Electronic Cables and Wiring
- Video Games, Gaming Consoles, and Controllers
- Power Supplies, UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) Systems, USB Ports/Drives, and Battery Back Ups
Battery Recycling Program (Beginning October 1st, 2022)
- RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES are commonly found in cordless power tools, cordless phones, laptops, cellphones, cameras, two-way radios, and medical equipment (portable glucose monitor, thermometer, etc.).
- SINGLE-USE BATTERIES cannot be recharged and must be disposed of once they wear out. Single-Use batteries are most commonly used in low-drain devices, such as flashlights, clocks, watches, remote controls, smoke detectors, keyless entry remotes, toys, and hearing aids.
- EACH individual battery MUST BE under 11 pounds to be accepted and EACH individual battery MUST BE placed in an INDIVIDUAL clear plastic storage/ziplock bag.
Bagging is the quickest and easiest way to protect battery terminals. Remember ONLY ONE battery per clear storage bag! No matter how tedious that sounds, that is the rule if you want to recycle your batteries for FREE at our location.
GLRA will have the Call2Recycle Battery Collection Boxes available at the Electronics Recycling Facility for residents to use, as well as the clear plastic storage/ziplock bags for residents to put ONE BATTERY PER BAG. There will also be a LIMIT of 50 BATTERIES PER VISIT PER CUSTOMER.