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    Beginning January 1, 2015, the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act will prohibit all households and generators of electronic waste from disposing of electronic waste such as computers, computer components, televisions and other electronic devices as garbage.

    Beginning January 1, 2015, the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act will prohibit all households and generators of electronic waste from disposing of electronic waste such as computers, computer components, televisions and other electronic devices as garbage.

    List of acceptable electronics

    Since 2003, the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Management Authority has offered a free drop-off program for electronics recycling to residents and businesses in the two-County region.

    Electronic waste CANNOT be placed in your curbside recycling container.

    OPTIONS FOR RECYCLING UNWANTED ELECTRONICS:

    • Residents should contact their municipality or waste hauler for electronic waste collection options.
    • Donate or sell unwanted, working electronics.
    • Residents and businesses may deliver unwanted electronic waste to the Authority's Utica and Rome EcoDrops year-round, at no charge for proper recycling. Businesses and institutions must schedule an appointment prior to delivery by calling 733-1224.
    • Enter your zip code and find the nearest electronics Drop-off Location.

    EcoDrop Utica

    80 Leland Ave, Extension, Utica, NY

    Hours of Operation:

    Monday – Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Saturday:             7:00 am – 2:00 pm

    EcoDrop Rome

    575 Perimeter Road, Rome, NY

    Hours of Operation:

    Monday – Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Saturday:             8:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Many electronics container elements such as lead, mercury and cadmium that considered safe when the items are used as directed, but can be hazardous if disposed of with household trash and compacted at landfills. If improperly handled, these toxins can be released into the environment, posing a threat to human health. After the Authority accepts electronic waste, it is sent to a registered electronics dismantler who will separate the electronics into various raw materials such as plastic, glass, steel, copper, lead, gold and aluminum for recycling and reuse.

    Electronics Recycling Brochure

    Electronics Recycling Video

    The Authority Accepts the Following Electronics for Recycling:

    • Computers (CPUs)
    • Laptop computers
    • Computer monitors
    • Computer speakers
    • Computer keyboards
    • Computer mice
    • Computer scanners
    • Computer hardware
    • Computer printers
    • All computer cords and cables
    • Answering machines
    • Battery chargers
    • Calculators
    • Camcorders & video equipment
    • CD players
    • Cellular Phones (Also accepted for donation at the Veteran's Outreach Center, Washington St, Utica.)
    • Desktop copiers
    • DVD players
    • Electric fans
    • Electronic games (Play Stations, Sega, Nintendo Systems)
    • Fax Machines
    • Fish locators
    • GPS devices
    • Large Floor Copiers
    • Paper shredders
    • Printer inkjet cartridges
    • Printer toner cartridges
    • Video & film projectors
    • Radios
    • Record players
    • Sewing machines
    • Small kitchen appliances
    • Stereos
    • Tape players
    • Telephones
    • Television sets
    • Two way radios
    • Typewriters & word processors
    • VCRs

    **Holiday Lights are now accepted for recycling with electronics or can be donated to the Veteran's Outreach Center, Washington Street, Utica. 

     

    Businesses and institutions must schedule an appointment prior to delivery by calling 733-1224.

     


    Downloadable Forms and Information:

    C7 Notification Form

     

     

     

    More...
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    Beginning January 1, 2015, the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act will prohibit all households and generators of electronic waste from disposing of electronic waste such as computers, computer components, televisions and other electronic devices as garbage.

    Beginning January 1, 2015, the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act will prohibit all households and generators of electronic waste from disposing of electronic waste such as computers, computer components, televisions and other electronic devices as garbage.

    List of acceptable electronics

    Since 2003, the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Management Authority has offered a free drop-off program for electronics recycling to residents and businesses in the two-County region.

    Electronic waste CANNOT be placed in your curbside recycling container.

    OPTIONS FOR RECYCLING UNWANTED ELECTRONICS:

    • Residents should contact their municipality or waste hauler for electronic waste collection options.
    • Donate or sell unwanted, working electronics.
    • Residents and businesses may deliver unwanted electronic waste to the Authority's Utica and Rome EcoDrops year-round, at no charge for proper recycling. Businesses and institutions must schedule an appointment prior to delivery by calling 733-1224.
    • Enter your zip code and find the nearest electronics Drop-off Location.

    EcoDrop Utica

    80 Leland Ave, Extension, Utica, NY

    Hours of Operation:

    Monday – Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Saturday:             7:00 am – 2:00 pm

    EcoDrop Rome

    575 Perimeter Road, Rome, NY

    Hours of Operation:

    Monday – Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Saturday:             8:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Many electronics container elements such as lead, mercury and cadmium that considered safe when the items are used as directed, but can be hazardous if disposed of with household trash and compacted at landfills. If improperly handled, these toxins can be released into the environment, posing a threat to human health. After the Authority accepts electronic waste, it is sent to a registered electronics dismantler who will separate the electronics into various raw materials such as plastic, glass, steel, copper, lead, gold and aluminum for recycling and reuse.

    Electronics Recycling Brochure

    Electronics Recycling Video

    The Authority Accepts the Following Electronics for Recycling:

    • Computers (CPUs)
    • Laptop computers
    • Computer monitors
    • Computer speakers
    • Computer keyboards
    • Computer mice
    • Computer scanners
    • Computer hardware
    • Computer printers
    • All computer cords and cables
    • Answering machines
    • Battery chargers
    • Calculators
    • Camcorders & video equipment
    • CD players
    • Cellular Phones (Also accepted for donation at the Veteran's Outreach Center, Washington St, Utica.)
    • Desktop copiers
    • DVD players
    • Electric fans
    • Electronic games (Play Stations, Sega, Nintendo Systems)
    • Fax Machines
    • Fish locators
    • GPS devices
    • Large Floor Copiers
    • Paper shredders
    • Printer inkjet cartridges
    • Printer toner cartridges
    • Video & film projectors
    • Radios
    • Record players
    • Sewing machines
    • Small kitchen appliances
    • Stereos
    • Tape players
    • Telephones
    • Television sets
    • Two way radios
    • Typewriters & word processors
    • VCRs

    **Holiday Lights are now accepted for recycling with electronics or can be donated to the Veteran's Outreach Center, Washington Street, Utica. 

     

    Businesses and institutions must schedule an appointment prior to delivery by calling 733-1224.

     


    Downloadable Forms and Information:

    C7 Notification Form

     

     

     

    More...