Hazardous and Industrial Recycling

VendorAddress and Phone NumberWebsiteItems Accepted
Tradebe USA4343 Kennedy Ave, East Chicago, IN 46312Bart Cannon, Account Manager, (309) 310-4656www.tradebeusa.com
  • Industrial Hazardous Waste
  • Peoria Disposal Company (PDC) and Area Disposal Service, Inc.4349 Southport Road, Peoria, Illinois 61615, (309)-676-4893www.pdcarea.com
  • Industrial Hazardous Waste
  • Crystal Clean2175 Point Blvd. Suite 375, Elgin, IL 60123, (877)-938-7948www.crystal-clean.com
  • Hazardous and non-hazardous, regulated wastes, electronics, and other types of chemical wastes.


  • *Will pick up most all types of wastes with the exception of biological, nuclear and explosive materials.
    Heritage Environmental ServicesWood River, IL, (618) 216-8600heritage-enviro.com
  • Pesticides


  • *Call about limitations on amount
    Onyx Environmental ServicesSauget, IL, (618)-271-2804N/A
  • Pesticides

  • Materials with asbestos

  • Old oil

  • Medical wastes and other types of hazardous materials
  • Randolph Agriculture Services Inc.15125 E 625 North Road, Heyworth, IL 61745, (309)-473-3256www.agr.state.il.us/Environment/
  • Agrichemical Containers (clean, dry, high density polyethylene (HDPE) #2)
  • Advanced Technology Recycling601 E. Prairie, Pontiac IL 61764, (815)-844-7779www.atrecycle.com
  • Cell Phones, Compact Discs, Computer Donation, Computer Monitors, Computer Recycling, Floppy Disks, Inkjet Cartridges, NiCad Batteries, Office Machines, Other Batteries, Rechargeable Batteries, Telephones, Televisions, Toner Cartridges, Video Tapes
  • Advanced Technology Recycling8202 N. University St., Peoria IL 61615, (309)-691-7230www.atrecycle.com
  • Most electronics with $8 charge per monitor with $0.10/lb. and $0.35/lb, for Tvs
  • Batteries Plus2109 N. Veterans Pkwy Bloomington, IL 61704, (309)-663-2200www.batteriesplus.com/t-batteries-plus-recycles.aspx
  • Lead acid (Pb) batteries used in cars, trucks and emergency lighting, Nickel Cadmium (NiCd) batteries used in cordless phones, cordless tools and two way radios, Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries used in camcorders, bar code scanners and digital cameras, Lithium Ion (Li Ion) or Lithium Polymer (Li Poly) used in cell phones and laptops*Call first to ensure that specific materials can be recycled
  • Battery Solutions5900 Brighton Pines Ct, Howell, MI 48843, (800)-852-8127www.batteryrecycling.com
  • Batteries: Alkaline/Zinc, Nickel Cadmium – Dry, Nickel Cadmium – Wet, Nickel Iron – Wet, Nickel Metal Hydride – Dry, Nickel Metal Hydride – Wet, Lithium Ion, Lithium Primary, Mercury, Silver Oxide, Button Cells, Lead Acid – Non-Spillable, Lead Acid – Wet Cell, Lead Acid – Absolyte, Lead Acid – Steel Case

  • E-Scrap/Other: Hybrid Automotive Battery Packs, Non-PCB Ballasts, Unknown Ballasts, Capacitors, PCs & Laptops, CRT’s (Monitors), Flatscreens, Keyboards, Printers, TVs, Circuit Boards, Battery Cabinets, UPS Units, Rectifiers, Cell Phones, 2-Way Radios, Pagers, Power Tools, Calculators, Portable Electronics, Ink-Jet Cartridges, Toner Cartridges, Copper, Lead, Wheel Weights, Aluminum, Mercury Devices
  • Fluorecycle, Inc.27780 W. Concrete Dr., Ingleside, IL, (815)-363-4411www.fluorecycle.com/cartonprogram.php
  • Fluorescent, HID, and lamps containing mercury*Fees may apply
  • GreenDisk(800)-305-3475www.greendisk.com
  • Media: CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, DVDs, Blu-ray, 3.5” and 5.25” floppy disks, zip and jazz disks, and cases

  • Tapes: VHS, audio cassette tapes, DAT, DLT, Beta, and Digibeta

  • Computer drives: Hard drives, zip, jazz, floppy, CD-ROM, DVD drives, and jump drives

  • Communication devices: Cell phones, pagers, PDAs and their chargers, cradles, and headset accessories

  • Batteries: Rechargeable batteries and chargers only – no alkaline batteries.

  • Small electronics: MP3 players, iPods, hand-held CD and cassette players, and digital cameras

  • Ink: Inkjet and toner cartridges (must be in a sealed bag to prevent spilling)

  • Film: Black and white film only, no color film

  • Miscellaneous items: UPS units, AC chargers, keyboards, mice, modems, routers, headphones, cords, adapters, cables, boards, and chips
  • Veolia Environmental Services: RecyclePak Program(920)-757-5265lamprecycling.veoliaes.com/home
  • Fluorescent lamps, ballast, batteries, mercury devices, dental waste, pharmaceutical waste, and electronic waste
  • Mervis Recycling3008 N. Cunningham Ave. Urbana, IL 61802, (217)-352-3040http://www.mervis.com/personal-recycling/accepted-materials/
  • Aluminum, copper, brass, steel, scrap metal

  • Vehicles

  • Cardboard

  • Electronics, no microwaves, TVs, or computer monitors
  • Office Depot1700 W. College Ave, Normal, IL 61701 (309)-862-1606www.officedepot.com
  • Tech Box Recycling Program: $5 for small printers, $10 for medium-sized printers, $15 for large printers (size determined by which size box it can fit into)
  • Retro Tech Electronics, Inc.625 W. Main St, Peoria, IL 61606http://www.retro-tech.org/index.html
  • Will accept any electronic, except for TVs
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