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RecycleForce provides a wide array of comprehensive recycling services to numerous clients and partners across Indiana. Whether you’re a resident looking to get rid of that pile of junk that’s been sitting in your basement for months, or you’re a business that needs comprehensive waste disposal services, RecycleForce can meet your needs in timely and cost-efficient way.
We can recycle anything with a cord. We also accept all household recycling, cardboard, and bikes and bicycle accessories.
View our complete list of materials we accept for recycling.
We don't accept these materials, but you can take them to the city toxdrop locations.
It's free with the exception of old TVs and CRT monitors.
CRT tubes (the screen of the TV or monitor) contain lead and glass—so it's a bit more complicated to dispose of these tubes. The lead levels in the CRT tubes mean we can't take them to a traditional glass recycler. And our lead recycling partners can do little with the tubes because of all the... more
When a computer is donated to us it will not be powered up at all. It will be destroyed and taken apart quickly. If you have any concerns or want more specifics, feel free to contact us.
RecycleForce, an Indianapolis-based 501(c)3 organization, is a social enterprise offering comprehensive, innovative and responsible recycling services while providing life-changing workforce training to formerly incarcerated individuals.
RecycleForce launched in 2006 under the name Workforce,... more
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