Record Players Alternative ways to recycle Illegal in Garbage & Drains Recycle with E-Waste An estimated 50 million tons of E-Waste is produced each year! It is illegal to dispose of these materials in our landfills, or our trash cans. Examples of -waste includes televisions, computers, printers, fax machines, cell phones, and tablets. Please help the City of Oceanside recycle Electronic Waste. It is easy with the following enhanced services: Schedule a Curbside Pick-up: Residents can schedule curbside collection of up to five e-waste items three times annually. To schedule a free e-waste pick up, call Waste Management’s Customer Service line at least 24 hours in advance of your pick up day. Call (760) 439-2824. E-waste may also be dropped off at Waste Management’s buyback center at 2880 Industry Street, Tuesday through Saturday, 8 am to 4 pm (closed 12:00 pm – 12:40 pm for lunch) at no charge. Proof of Oceanside residency is required. Never Throw in the Garbage A record player contains hazardous material that can leach into the environment if improperly disposed of. Never throw them in the garbage. Alternative Ways to Recycle Best Buy's Electronics and Appliances Recycling Program Best Buy will recycle old record players and many other home electronics for free. They accept up to three items per day from each household. They also offer a trade-in program for more desired electronics. Find a location here. Ways to Reuse Sell It Some record players, even broken ones, are considered collectables. Consider selling yours on eBay or Facebook Marketplace. Donate to a Thrift Shop Drop off an unwanted record player at a local thrift store or give it away. Donating unwanted items extends their lifespans. Did You Know? "Turntablism" - Art Making Turntable Artists are transforming old record players into illustrators. They have reinvented “turntablism,” which is a word describing the act of using a turntable to draw revolving images.