Lakeshore Electronics Recycling


The curbside electronics recycling program remains temporarily suspended through the month of May due to the coronavirus outbreak. Lakeshore announced it plans to resume this collection starting in June.

Program Details

Geneva residents can dispose of old or unwanted electronics during their normal garbage day each week. Residents must tag each item or bundle of devices with the appropriate number of refuse stickers (see chart below). The required number of stickers will remain constant throughout the five-year contract with Lakeshore Recycling Systems.

Electronics recycling includes, but is not limited to, computers, monitors, televisions, printers, keyboards, fax machines, VCRs, portable digital music players, DVD players, video game consoles, computer mice, scanners, digital TV converter boxes, cable receivers, satellite receivers and small-scale servers.

Cost Breakdown

See garbage rates for the cost of refuse stickers during the Lakeshore contract.

ItemSizeRequired Refuse Stickers
TVs and MonitorsAny size15 stickers per item
Bundles of E-WasteSmall box, under 50 lbs5 stickers per box
Single/Small E-WasteShoebox size box1 sticker per item/box