Sunnking has the ability to find value through the reuse and recycling of a variety of different electronics and equipment. Our escrap recycling practices break materials down into their core components consisting of glass, metals, plastics, and other focus materials. While our core business is recycling electronics and equipment, With literally millions of different products on the market, it would be tough to list everything we can accept so the rule of thumb is; "if it has a circuit board or a cord, we'll take it!".
Please review the materials we don't accept as well. These items will be refused at any of our drop-off locations or events.
If you have any questions related to what Sunnking can and can't recycle Contact Us!
Video Equipment (Cameras, Video Cameras, Web Cams, Recording Devices, etc.)
Medical Testing Equipment
Cables, Wires, Power Cords, Power Strips
Most home appliances (no refrigerators)
Rechargeable Dry Cell Batteries (Nickel Cadmium - NiCad, Nickel Metal Hydride - NiMH, Lithium Ion - Li-ion)
Anything else with a circuit board or a cord!
Devices containing liquid MERCURY (thermostats, switches, medical devices, thermometers)
Freon Containing Devices/Materials (Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, De-Humidifiers)
Household Hazardous Waste Materials
Materials Containing Liquids
Gas Powered Equipment
Items Leaking Fluid
PCB Containing Materials*
Large Appliances (Stoves, Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers)
Dry Cell Batteries (Absolyte, Alkaline, Mercury, Zinc Air With Mercury, Lithium Primary, Lithium Thionyl Chloride, Button Cells, Lead Acid Gel)
Wet Cell Batteries (Zinc Air, Zinc Air With Mercury, Nickel Iron, Nickel Cadmium)
CD's, DVD's, VHS Tapes, Cassette Tapes
*The use, storage, and disposal of PCB's are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Toxic Control Substance Act (TSCA) and 40 CFR, Part 761. Polychlorinated Biphenyls were widely used as a fire retardant and insulator in the manufacture of transformers and capacitors. This was due to their ability to withstand exceptionally high temperatures. Because of their classification as a human carcinogen, the EPA banned their use in 1979.
If a product was manufactured prior to 1979 please check the labels to ensure that it does not contain PCB's. Common items manufactured prior to 1979 that may contain PCB's include: microwaves, ballasts, transformers, capacitors, hydraulic systems, heat transfer systems, air compressors, pumps, gas transmission turbines, refridgerators, air conditioners, washing machines, televisions, voltage regulators, switches, electromagnets, circuit breakers, rectifiers, vacuum pumps and x-ray generating devices.