E-Waste Recycling Event

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Join us for an E-waste recycling event at the National Sports Center in Blaine, MN on Saturday, May 20th from 10am - 2pm (or until two trailers are filled) in Lot J! This event is being organized by Element Electronics in partnership with the National Sports Center and Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations. It's a great opportunity to help protect the environment, conserve natural resources, and save energy. See the list below for accepted electronics.


Accepted Electronics

  • TVs & Monitors (limit 5 per vehicle)
  • Desktop & Laptop Computers (includes tablets)
  • Computer peripherals (keyboards, mice, computer speakers, etc.)
  • Desktop printers, scanners, copiers & fax machines
  • DVD Players, VCRs & Blu-Ray Players
  • Cell phones & chargers
  • Holiday lights
  • Networking equipment (routers, cable boxes, etc.)
  • Power supplies/adapters


Non-Conforming Items (Not Accepted)

  • Medical equipment or IT equipment with blood borne pathogen exposure risk
  • Medical waste including sharps or other contaminate wastes
  • Mercury-containing devices (minus monitors, laptops & televisions)
  • Thermometers
  • Thermostats
  • Fluorescent lamps or light bulbs
  • E-cigarettes
  • Small household appliances (not identified within the scope of acceptable products)
  • Any liquids or chemicals
  • Oil or oil capacitors
  • PCB’s
  • Solid waste or trash
  • Any device containing gases
  • Canisters
  • Paint
  • Any materials including lead, cadmium, or other dangerous components
  • Overall hazardous waste
  • Loose batteries
  • Large workout equipment (e.g., treadmills, stationary bikes, etc.)


Element Electronics is a consumer electronics and appliance company based in the Twin Cities. At Element, we're committed to increasing our sustainability efforts and protecting the environment. As part of this commitment, we're hosting an E-waste recycling event for residential electronic waste. We'll be accepting a variety of electronics, including TVs and monitors, desktop and laptop computers (including tablets), computer peripherals, printers, scanners, copiers, and more (see full list above). We ask that you do not bring any non-conforming items, such as medical waste, fluorescent lamps, e-cigarettes, or any device containing gases.

The event is FREE, and there will be an opportunity for attendees to enter to win a new Element TV by recycling their E-waste. We encourage everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to dispose of their E-waste in a responsible and environmentally-friendly manner.

We hope you will join us for our annual E-waste recycling event on May 20th from 10am - 2pm (or until two trailers are filled) in Lot J at the National Sports Center in Blaine, MN. Bring your E-waste (excluding non-conforming items), and enter for a chance to win a new Element TV! Thank you for supporting our sustainability efforts and helping to protect the environment. 


    About Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations

    Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations is a full-service electronics and materials lifecycle management corporation providing solutions for IT asset disposition, electronics recycling, legislative program management, product refurbishment, remarketing and resale, materials recovery, and data security with locations in Onalaska, Wis. and Nashville, Tenn. The company creates customized service packages designed to safeguard its customers’ sensitive data and protect the environment from e-waste and other pollutants. Since its inception in 2007, Dynamic has become an industry leader by constantly refining its services and processes with new insights in materials lifecycle management.  

    Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations strives to foster authentic, meaningful relationships with clients, maximize their value recovery, ensure their assets and data are properly disposed of, and deliver the security they need to know the job is done right. Dynamic’s goal is to create an exceptional experience with every customer interaction and deliver top-quality services with passion, integrity, transparency, and environmental responsibility. For more information about Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations, visit the company’s website at