Electronics Recycling in Strathcona County


Businesses located in Strathcona County have three options to schedule a pickup of their old electronics for recycling

Call 1-888-676-4992 and speak to a representative
Use the form below to send a pickup request
Speak to a live agent using our chat box

Why choose Quantum?

We have an end-to-end solution that ensures that your old electronics stay out of landfills
We come to you to pick up your end-of-life IT assets
We provide a Certificate of Recycling to help track your environmental impact

Quantum can recycle your most common old electronics

Laptop computer recycling
Desktop computer recycling
Smartphone recycling

Quantum has the certifications to manage
your end-of-life IT assets

ECORESPONSIBLE level 2, Montreal
This certificate applies to Quantum Montreal only.

Need some questions answered first?

Is there a cost for recycling electronics with Quantum?

In certain locations, Quantum picks up medium or large size loads of end-of-life electronics for free! Smaller loads can be picked up for a nominal fee. Certain hazardous or difficult to dispose of items like light bulbs and some types batteries may necessitate charges to the customer. Call Quantum for more information.

How can I ensure my data is secure?

What sets Quantum apart from other electronics “recyclers” is our focus on security. Our documented process for tracking chain of custody from pickup through to destruction ensures complete data security for your company. From GPS enabled trucks to CCTV throughout our facilities to audited destruction procedures to NAID membership, we’ve got you covered.

Can we arrange for regular collection of our recyclable electronic devices and equipment?

Give us a call or fill out our contact form and we can easily assist you in setting up regular pick up service!

Quantum can also destroy your data

Serialized Certificate of Destruction with every load
Secure chain of custody including GPS enabled fleet, locking cargo holds and optional direct delivery and seal verification
Onsite shredding at your facility, while you watch, for the ultimate peace of mind

We recycle all of your e-waste in Strathcona County

Laptop Computers

Portable computing device



Smartphones and other mobile devices



Multi-purpose portable device


Desktop Computers

Stationary computing device



High capacity stationary computing device


CRT Monitors

Old display technology format


LCD/LED Monitors

Flat panel display technology


CRT Televisions

Old display technology format


Plasma TVs

Original flat panel display technology



Flat panel display technology


Rear Projection TVs

Old style large screen TV format



Floormodel device that copies documents


Desktop Printers

Small enough to fit on a desk


Thermal Printers

Often used in POS systems for receipt printing


Multifunction Printers (MFP)

Desktop or floor model printer


Toner and Ink Cartridges

Disposal cartridge containing ink


Professional AV Equipment

High grade recording equipment


Mixed Cables

Cables and wires used to connect


Mixed Batteries

Portable power supplies


Fax Machines

Sends scans of documents via telephone


Mice and Keyboards

Used to input data into a computing device


Home Theatre

Consumer grade surround sound system


Stereo Systems

Device for playing audio


Electronic Accessories

An essential or useful auxiliary item


Network Equipment

An essential or useful auxiliary item


About Strathcona County and E-Waste

Strathcona County has 98,381 inhabitants who collectively produce around 983,810 lbs. of e-waste each year.
Over 11,000 businesses also contribute to e-waste production in Strathcona County.
Strathcona county is home to Canada’s largest petrochemical processing area, including over 15 world-class facilities.

Curated blog posts from Quantum


Did you know?

So much of what we consume every year goes to waste. Quantum is looking to change that.

  • E-waste around the world is more than 41.8 million tonnes, which represents tens of millions of dollars in potentially reusable resources. That’s why recycling is so important.
  • Recycling the 983,8810 lbs. of e-waste generated in Strathcona County represents an excellent opportunity to protect the local environment, reduce waste, and save energy.
  • Recycling one ton of plastic can save between 1,000-2,00 tons of gasoline. It takes 88% less energy to recycle plastic than is required to make it.
  • Many discarded electronics contain trace quantities of lead and other toxic substances. If improperly handled during the recycling process, it can harm workers.

Quantum services the following areas in Strathcona County

  • Antler Lake
  • Ardrossan
  • Collingwood Cove
  • Fort Saskatchewan
  • Half Moon Lake
  • Hastings Lake
  • Josephburg
  • North Cooking Lake
  • Sherwood Park
  • South Cooking Lake

Recycling Your E-Waste in Strathcona County

Computer Recycling in Strathcona County

Laptop and desktop computers carry a high risk of data leaks, along with environmental hazards due to embedded batteries. When businesses need computer recycling services, it’s essential that the end-of-life assets are handled securely and in accordance with environmental regulations. We offer reuse and recycling services to help Strathcona County businesses minimize their environmental impact and ensure compliance. At the same time, our certified data destruction services give you peace of mind in knowing any sensitive data is managed with the utmost level of security from the moment it leaves your facility.

Smartphone Recycling in Strathcona County

Smartphones contain valuable materials including gold, silver, and lithium batteries. Without proper recycling, these resources go to waste. Furthermore, should they wind up in landfills, the lithium batteries in smartphones pose risks of fire and explosion. We work with Strathcona County businesses and municipalities to make smartphone recycling convenient. Quantum is also fully certified, so you can rest assured any personal data is properly destroyed and your smartphones are recycled responsibly.

e-Waste in Strathcona County

Strong recent growth has occurred in the manufacturing, construction, professional, and scientific/technical sectors of Strathcona County’s economy. Additionally, Strathcona County contains the largest hydrocarbon refining cluster in Canada. Thanks to that unique, pivotal position, it is well-positioned for sustained growth. Further, businesses continue to be attracted to the area because of the favorable business tax policies that are in place. As these lucrative businesses operate, they generate significant amounts of e-waste in the ordinary course of doing business.

Recycling options in Strathcona County

Computers and other electronics are accepted for drop off at the Broadview Enviroservice Station that is located at 101 Broadview Road in Sherwood Park. Residents can drop off computers and other consumer electronics for free* during operating hours on Thursday-Sunday.

Quantum makes recycling simple

An even simpler option is to have Quantum recycle your end-of-life electronics. They will collect loads of 25 or more devices for free* and proceed to wipe any remaining data from them, ensuring complete privacy. Then, the gadgets will be refurbished or recycled.

Quantum takes care of the entire process so that you don’t even have to haul your electronics in or worry about your data falling into the wrong hands. Simply call to schedule a pickup, and Quantum will handle the rest.

Ready to schedule your e-waste pickup?

Ready to schedule your e-waste pickup?

Residential Inquiries

The pickup service offered by Quantum is for businesses only. Please visit EPRA to find your nearest residential electronics recycling location.