MRH Electronics
Your local "YES" eWaste solution


reduce - resale Recycle

Book a pick-up or drop-off appointment

Use the form below to tell us about your eWaste needs, and we’ll call you back to schedule an appointment. Please be as detailed as possible. Include what industry you need service for along with any specifics. To help us best serve your inquiry, we recommend that you first describe the the amount and type of eWaste you want us to help you get off your hands. You may also email or call us to make an appointment. Our general response time is one business day.

Drop-offs are by appointments only.

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Let us know what type of eWaste you have.

Office Hours

By Appointment ONLY.

☎ Contact
Office (408) 745-7411

Cell (408) 210-4122

Why MRH?


After your free pick-up or scheduled drop-off at MRH Electronics your items will be analyzed and sorted for re-sale and recycling.

In our area, electronics are virtually disposable but there is a rather large demand for older and obsolete components in the US and abroad. In other parts of the world it makes much more sense to repair old equipment rather than buy new due to the cost of consumer electronics. These places are referred to as high-repair regions. We do our best to get your items into the hands of those consumers to avoid unnecessarily adding to the landfill epidemic. We use international re-sale sites to list our items for sale.

After selling working units, components, and items for parts and spares, sometimes end-use recycling is necessary. At that time we use only companies approved by California Department of Resources and Recovery (CalRecycle) with ISO 14001 certification. This is the best way for us to adhere to all state regulations and keep up-to-date with current rules. All of our recyclers have Covered Electronic Waste ID(CEWID) numbers.

Did you know you are paying for recycling when you purchase your electronics and computer equipment? The Electronic Waste Recycling Fee is imposed by the state of California on retailers and given back to the state so they may subsidize some recyclers. So when you are charged to recycle your eWaste you're paying twice!