Your go-to guide for waste & recycling in the Twin Cities.
Damaged electrical cords are a major source of house fires. Make sure you check your extension cords, power strips and other cords on a regular basis to ensure their safety.
Unused or broken electrical cords and cables, like extension cords, phone chargers and power strips, can clutter up your house. Check out these environmentally friendly ways to clear them out.
Electrical cords and cables can be recycled at drop-off locations. They can’t be placed in your curbside recycling. The cords you drop off are dismantled and the metal inside the cord is recycled
For electrical cords in good working condition, consider donating or selling them.