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  1. Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  2. Auto Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  3. Hearing Aid Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  4. Vehicle Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  5. Household Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  6. AA Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  7. AAA Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  8. C Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  9. D Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

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  10. Alkaline Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  11. Rechargeable Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  12. Car Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  13. Vape Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...
  14. E-Cigarette Batteries noun_44567 Created with Sketch.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State.

    RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: 

    Under the "New York State Rechargeable Battery Law" signed by the governor in December 2010, it is now illegal to toss rechargeable batteries in the trash in New York State. The New York State Rechargeable Battery Law requires battery collection by both local retailers and direct sellers of rechargeable batteries. Under this law, no person shall knowingly dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste at any time in the State. Rechargeable batteries contained in electronic products must be removed prior to disposal of such products.

    Rechargeable batteries contain toxic metals that can be released into the environment when not managed correctly. Rechargeable batteries covered by this law include batteries for lap tops, cameras, cell phones, and rechargeable alkaline batteries.

    If a person should dispose of rechargeable batteries as solid waste, they shall face fines. Any retailer who violates the law shall be liable for a civil penalty.

    ALKALINE BATTERIES:

    Household alkaline batteries should be placed in your trash for disposal. Previously, alkaline battery disposal posed environmental threat because of the mercury content. Since mercury has been phased out of battery production, single-use alkaline battery disposal has become simpler and safer and such items should be placed with your trash.

    Here is a list of locations in which you can drop-off your rechargeable batteries at no cost:

    • Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority EcoDrop - Leland Avenue, Utica
    • Best Buy - 4725 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Home Depot - 545 French Road, New Hartford
    • JPJ Electronic Communications Inc. - 1 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Lowes - 710 Horatio Street, Utica
    • Lowes - 182 Lowes Boulevard, Herkimer
    • Lowes - 4699 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford
    • Lowes - 1230 Erie Boulevard West, Rome
    • McQuade and Bannigan Inc. - 1300 Stark Street, Utica
    • Staples - 4795 Commercial Drive, New Hartford
    • Utica Valley Electric Supply - 2415 West Whitesboro Street, Yorkville
    • Verizon Wireless - 8500 Seneca Turnpike, New Hartford

     

    THE FOLLOWING BATTERIES SHOULD BE DELIVERED TO THE AUTHORITY FOR PROPER RECYCLING & DISPOSAL:

    Automotive batteries, hearing aid batteries, button-cell batteries.

    Lithium, Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium

     

    Our EcoDrop gives you the opportunity to dispose of many unused, unwanted, or outdated products. The following are acceptable materials:

    • Oil-based & latex paints
    • Paint thinners
    • Chemistry sets
    • Cleaning solvents & degreasers
    • Drain cleaners
    • Fertilizers
    • Furniture stripper
    • Glues/sealants
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides & pesticides (including those banned, such as DDT and Chlordane)
    • Kerosene
    • Oven cleaners
    • Photographic chemicals
    • Polishes
    • Pool chemicals
    • Rust preventatives & removers
    • Unusable gasoline
    • Wood preservatives
    • Fluorescent light bulbs
    • **Rechargeable batteries
    • **Automobile & motorcycle batteries
    • **Sharps (syringes and lancets)
    • **Cooking oil & grease from deep fryers
    • **Antifreeze
    • **Motor oil
    • **Oil filters
    • **Empty propane cylinders (under 100 lbs.)
    • **Computer equipment (monitors, CPUs, printers, toner, ink cartridges)

    ** Material Accepted Year-Round

    More...