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Computer & Television Recycling Options

Electronics Recycling Events

  • Spring Electronics Recycling Event

    • Date: May 4th, 2024. 
    • Location: 1879 West Genesee Street Rd, Auburn, NY
  • Fall Electronics Recycling Event

    • Date: May 4th, 2024. 
    • Location: TBD

Recycling Options

  • Hold onto the computer or television until a Cayuga County home electronics recycling event.
  • The New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act created a new electronics recycling and take back program in New York in 2011. The law is supposed to provide free and convenient recycling of electronic waste to household consumers in the state. Beginning in 2011, manufacturers of covered electronic equipment were required to take back from consumers a wide range of electronic waste. For a listing of recycling sites, click here. 
  • Visit the manufacturer's public education website of the covered electronic equipment you are looking to recycle. Information on how to do this is on the New York State Department of Environmental website        .
  • For more information on takeback programs and disposal options, please visit the NYS Recyclopedia

Disposal Locations

Refer to the following when looking for a location to properly dispose of unwanted computers, TV’s, and other electronic equipment. We recommend contacting the location before bringing your materials in to ensure that they are able to accommodate them. Follow this link to find a map of all disposal locations in NYS:

  • Advanced Document Concepts

    • 74 Genesee St, Auburn, NY 13021
    • 315-255-4664
  • Verizon Wireless

    • 298 Grant Ave, Auburn, NY 13021
    • 800-880-1077
  • BJ's Wholesale Club

    • 11 Plaza Drive, Auburn, NY 13021
    • 315-252-5300
  • Salvation Army

    • 161 Grant Ave, Auburn, NY 13021
    • 800-728-7825

Additional Recyclers

If you want to donate your old computer equipment, some processors will work with you and the recipient to evaluate how practical the donation is. Many times, the non-profit or charity must pay to dispose of donated equipment. 

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