Goodwill’s Environmental Business Services (EBS) division works with local organizations, government agencies and corporations to address electronic waste concerns. Over the past decade, our environmental programs have evolved into an integrated electronic recycling approach that now diverts more than 230 tons of electronic waste from landfills each month. We institute economically and environmentally sound methods to recycling and reusing donated electronic equipment. Goodwill’s electronic recycling initiatives afford another opportunity to generate revenue to fund our mission while conserving the environment. We encourage the community to be conscious of their environmental impact, both locally and globally, and responsibly dispose of their electronic waste. Donate your unwanted computers and electronic devices to any of Goodwill’s retail stores or donation centers. Goodwill—keeping Central Texas green for more than 50 years.
Goodwill’s Computer Works retail store houses our computer recycling program where donated computers are de-manufactured and either resold or recycled. Revenues generated from the store help fund our mission. Learn more >>
Goodwill’s Computer Museum exhibits the chronological evolution of computer technology through educational displays and demonstrations. Learn and play, visit the computer museum today. Learn more >>
Goodwill Industries of Central Texas partnered with Dell Inc. to form an alliance known as the RECONNECT Project. The goal of the project is to raise awareness of the importance of responsibly recycling used electronics. Learn more >>
GreenWorks is one of our volunteer programs where individuals and groups, small or large, can participate in the de-manufacturing process of computers.
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Keep Austin Beautiful honors Goodwill with the 2007 Environmental Stewardship Award for “Recycling & Waste Reduction.” >>learn more