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Residential Electronics Recycling

On January 1, 2015, New York State enacted the Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act. Residents may no longer dispose of certain types of electronic equipment with their trash at the transfer stations, or for curbside pickup.

All transfer stations take electronics for no charge from residents.

Items accepted:

  • TVs
  • laptops
  • notebooks
  • printers
  • scanners
  • fax machines
  • computers
  • monitors
  • gaming systems
  • tablets
  • e-readers
  • microwaves
  • VCR, DVR, and DVD players
  • cables, cords, or wiring accompanying the electronic equipment

Drop-off hours
Year round during regular transfer station hours.

Recycling of Non-Residential or Business-Generated Electronics
Oswego County is unable to take electronics from non-residential or business-generated facilities. We have provided a list of vendors that accept electronics.