Where Can I Recycle or Donate Used Legos?
Why Donate Used or New Legos to Brick Recycler?
When Should I Donate Used Legos?
How Brick Recycler Came into Existence?
Legos Can’t Be Recycled – Donate Them Instead!
- Contain ABS as well as other mixed plastics and rubber.
- Don’t contain any recycling symbols.
- Are not considered “containers.”
- Are “toys.”
- Are far too small to be mechanically sorted.
- May include electrical elements, wires, batteries, or magnets.
Why You Should Choose Brick Recycler?
So if you’ve outgrown your Lego collection, instead of storing these bricks under your bed hoping they will be reused by your grandkids or dumping them in the trash, simply choose to donate used Legos and send your used or new pieces to us at the address mentioned above. Lego packing tips can be found here.
BrickRecyler.com has donated hundreds upon hundreds of pounds of Legos to multiple organizations and individuals including Haitian children, orphans in Zimbabwe, LEGO clubs, foster child programs, and so on.
How You Can Help?
Boy Scout, Girl Scout troops, teens, and schools have in the past conducted Lego drives as a great community service project and sent all the donations to us! Amazing right? You too can encourage people to declutter their homes and donate used Legos, pass awesome toys on to the less fortunate, and save the environment, all at the same time. This is the best example of paying it forward!
Donate Legos Today!
If you are a 501 (c)(3) organization that needs Legos, please contact us at the email address mentioned above. Thanks for spreading so much joy!
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