GreenCitizen's Santa Clara County Eco-Center is located in the downtown Palo Alto area, just between Whole Foods Market and Peet's Coffee. We have two free reserved parking in front of our center.

GreenCitizen Eco-Centers give individuals and businesses the opportunity to reduce their e-waste footprint while learning more about the electronic waste crisis. GreenCitizen's IT support and repair professionals extend the life of electronics for homes and businesses, while our pick-up and drop-off recycling services ensure end-of-life electronics are recycled securely and responsibly in the United States.

Computer recycling in Silicon Valley just got easier! GreenCitizen's Palo Alto Eco-Center is conveniently located in downtown Palo Alto, in the same parking lot as Peet's Coffee and adjacent to Whole Foods Market. Please feel free to use one of our two FREE reserved parking spots right in front of our center for easy unloading!

Help us increase computer recycling in Northern California by dropping off unwanted electronics recycling products such as computers, CPUs, TVs and cell phones. GreenCitizen's Palo Alto Eco-Center serves green citizens from Santa Clara County, including Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Saratoga, and Sunnyvale.

Computer recycling drop-offs from residents and businesses based outside of Santa Clara County are also welcome. Our Silicon Valley Eco-Center also serves green citizens from neighboring counties, such as San Mateo County and cities like Fremont, Newark and Union City.

Please visit us at greencitizen.com

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