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City of Troutdale neighborhood cleanup

June 22 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Electronics: Oregon e-Cycles Recycling — June 22

by Green Century Electronics Recycling (GCER)

Troutdale Public Works Building
342 SW 4th Street
Saturday, June 22
​9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Accepted: Anything with a plug or would run on batteries, in any condition. Including computers, cell phones/mobile devices, computer peripherals, monitors, networking devices, printers, televisions, AV equipment, cables/wires, batteries (alkaline, all types of rechargeable, button cell, cell phone, lead acid).

Please separate household batteries by chemistry. Battery chemistry can be found on the individual battery.

  • Alkaline (non rechargeable AA/AAA, 9v etc)
  • Ni-Cd (rechargeable AA/AAA, etc)
  • Ni-Mh (rechargeable AA/AAA, etc)
  • Li-ON (rechargeable AA/AAA, etc)
  • Lithium Metal (non rechargeable, button cell, AA/AAA, etc)Not Accepted: Ballasts, fluorescent tubes and lamps, ink/toner, media (CDs/DVDs, cassette tapes, floppy disks), capacitors, solar panels w/ frame, refrigerators, freezers, items containing Freon, fire extinguishers, devices containing Mercury (e.g., thermostats, ionization smoke detectors).

Guidelines for mobile devices

If you are recycling a mobile device or tablet, please read carefully!

GCER’s priority is to refurbish an eligible electronic device such as mobile device or tablet. To help make it possible, please adhere to the following preparation guidelines prior to the event drop off:

  • Apple devices: remove iCloud lock or remote management. You do not need to access each individual device to clear individual device pin locks.
  • Android devices: remove all pin locks to place these in ‘developer mode’.

GCER uses proprietary software to clear the data, verify the data has been wiped, collect serial numbers and issue certificates based on this secure data destruction.

In the event GCER cannot access Apple mobile devices and tablets due to iCloud lock or remote management, Green Century Electronics can still wipe them and verify the data destruction. The device will not be reused.

In the event GCER cannot access Android mobile devices and tablets due to pin locks, GCER cannot wipe or destroy data because the proprietary software is unable to be accessed. Therefore, GCER can only physically destroy the mobile devices or tablets. The device will not be reused.

For more information about data security and preparation of other manufactured electronic devices for reuse, please contact GCER at 503-764-9963, ext.0, or visit




June 22
9:00 am - 12:00 pm


City of Troutdale


342 SW 4th St
342 SW 4th St
Troutdale, 97060 United States
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