Small Appliances Alternative ways to recycle Curbside Trash E-Waste FREE Drop-off at HHW facility *Small appliances with circuit boards only. Residents may, for free, safely and properly dispose of any and all types of banned electronic devices at the West County HHW Collection Facility. Plastic rich, non-electronics like coffee makers, vacuums etc. may be disposed of in the curbsde trash. Alternative Ways to Recycle Best Buy's Electronics and Appliances Recycling Program Best Buy will take back fans, vacuums and other home electronics for free; they also offer a buyback program for more desired electronics. They accept up to three items per day from each household. Find a location here. Ways to Reuse Sell on Ebay Consider selling small appliances on Ebay or listing them for free on Craigslist. This approach brings the seller to you, which saves time and money; the environment will also benefit from less carbon emissions. Donate to Thrift Stores Drop off unwanted appliances at any thrift shops that accept them, so these appliances don’t end up in a landfill. Did You Know? Absence of Small Appliance Takeback Programs Electronics and small appliances are sold at most box stores, yet few of them offer takeback programs for small appliances. Walmart, Sam’s Club and Target did not have any small appliance takeback programs as of 2015. Best Buy is one of the few shops to take back certain small and large appliances.