Good Electronics

Reduce electronic waste and help people in need

The Goodwill Good Electronics program provides responsible and safe electronics recycling options while providing work opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Here’s how it works:

  • Simply drop off any brand of computer equipment or electronics—excluding televisions—to any Goodwill donation site. Read our Acceptable Items list here. 
  • Each computer is wiped clean of data, according to Department of Defense standards.
  • Each computer is recycled or refurbished for sale online.
  • Pick-up from businesses in the Denver metro area and northern Colorado are available upon request. *Some restrictions may apply.*
    PLEASE NOTE: Goodwill does not provide residential pick-up.
  • Sellable computers are refurbished and sold in stores and online at great prices!
  • Other computers, electronics, and parts are recycled in our R2:2013 Certified recycling facility located at 6850 Federal Boulevard.

Your support provides jobs!

The Good Electronics program is a great way for Coloradans to recycle computer equipment in an environmentally safe way, while also helping people in need. In addition to keeping e-waste out of our landfills, the program provides individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities an opportunity to work in the growing field of sustainability. Goodwill provides its employees a supportive environment, a way to learn new skills, and the feeling of empowerment by earning a paycheck. 

Electronics that cannot be refurbished and reused are recycled at the R2:2013 Certified facility located at 6850 Federal Boulevard. Goodwill Industries of Denver follows and maintains the top industry standards for electronics recycling. Goodwill Denver was the first Goodwill chapter in the country to be awarded the prestigious R2:2013 Certification. Several other Goodwill chapters are currently going through the certification process, and Goodwill Denver is assisting with training. Click here to learn about Goodwill's recycling efforts.

Proceeds from the computer recycling program support Goodwill’s job training and education programs in the community for at-risk students and disadvantaged and disabled adults.