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Information Technology is happy to accept the Electronic Waste from any member of the Lewis & Clark community*.

As of January 1, 2010, it is a violation of Oregon State Law to dispose of computers, monitors and televisions. These items must be processed through an appropriate electronic waste recycler.

Please bring your E-waste to the Information Technology Service Desk during normal business hours.

Acceptable Electronic Waste

Computers - Desktops or Laptops

Computer Accessories - Printers, scanners, keyboards, mice, monitors

Personal Electronics - Cell phones, music players, stereos


Video Game Consoles and Accessories (even your games!)

Furbies, Zhu Zhu pets


Unacceptable Waste

Large appliances - refrigerators, ovens, dish washers

Home Electrics - lamps, heated blankets, slow cookers, blenders, heaters

If you need assistance with your E-waste, please do not hesitate to contact the Service Desk to arrange for pickup, or call x7225.

Every reasonable attempt will be made to remove personal information from computers submitted for E-waste.

Lewis & Clark’s E-waste is handled by EcoBinary, a local electronics recycler.

Learn more about Electronic Waste and why you should recycle your old cell phones and computers.

*We reserve the right to refuse waste for any reason under any circumstance.

System Status

  • alert

    This morning there was a Denial of Service (DOS) attack on the east cost that is currently affecting numerous internet service providers around the country.  As a result, we are experiencing some issues reaching external websites from campus. 

  • alert

    Comcast will be onsite Friday morning, October 21st, to repair our CATV headend.  During that time the cable TV signal on campus will be offline until repairs are completed.

  • alert

    Targeted emails, requesting personal information, have recently been received by the LC community.  If you receive one of these phishing email, delete it right away and don’t click on any links contained within the message.  If you have already clicked on the link, please reset your password immediately.  Please see the related news story for additional information. 


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