Please note: this list is not exhaustive, but includes commonly recycled items. If you have questions about an item, contact us at [email protected].
Fees may apply. Most items are accepted for free. Exceptions include CRT televisions and monitors ($1/inch diagonal), LCD screens larger than 36″ or large rear-projection televisions ($15/per), some batteries, and data items requiring data destruction receipts (prices vary based on medium and volume). Contact us at [email protected] to learn more. Volume discounts apply for data destruction services.
Deliveries to our local processing facility are by appointment only. If you are a community member interested in recycling your electronics, learn about upcoming local collection events or join our email list to learn about upcoming public events!
We are committed to environmental stewardship and ship material only to R2/RIOS or E-Steward facilities. By shipping to R2/RIOS and E-Steward facilities, we are able to ensure high environmental stewardship standards are met through the entire end-of-life recycling process.
Electronics are one of the fastest-growing segments of waste in municipal landfills in the United States. Recycling your electronics saves energy, reduces pollution and greenhouse gases, and saves resources by extracting fewer raw materials. Recycling with 406 Recycling also ensures any data on outdated or unwanted electronic devices is responsibly destroyed.
City of Helena
Visit the City of Helena website for recycling services. Renters living in a household, duplex, triplex, four-plex, and some other units served by City of Helena sanitation services are eligible for a “renter’s permit” to use recycling facilities at the City of Helena Transfer Station which includes recycling for glass (container glass only) and plastic (type #1 & #2; no lids) in addition to the corrugated cardboard, metal cans, and mixed paper (office/newsprint/magazine) accepted at sites throughout Helena.
Helena Recycling provides curbside and business recycling collection for most common recyclables including glass, type #1 & #2 plastic, cardboard, metal cans, and paper (office/newsprint/magazine).
Clothing and other usable items: thrift stores, such as the Good Samaritan, collect items for resale and reuse while also supporting those in need.
Building supplies: The Helena Area Habitat for Humanity’s Restore accepts “gently used furniture, home accessories, building materials, and appliances.”