Spring Electronics Recycling Events

posted Mar 30, 2015, 8:05 AM by Sylwia Jasinski   [ updated Mar 30, 2015, 8:06 AM ]

Spring Electronics Recycling Events

As of
April 1st, New Yorkers will receive a $100 fine for placing electronic waste at the curb.
The New York City Department of Sanitation and its partners are holding several events this spring to offer residents a chance to get rid of their unwanted electronics.

SAFE Disposal Events
Bring harmful household products, electronics, and unwanted medications to
these events:

Staten Island: Saturday, April 11

Midland Beach Parking Lot

Father Capodanno Blvd and Hunter Ave
cars approach from Midland Ave

Brooklyn: Sunday, April 19

MCU Park, Surf Ave Parking Lot

cars approach from Surf Ave and W 21st St

Bronx: Saturday, May 2

Orchard Beach Parking Lot

follow Park Dr to the end

Queens: Saturday, June 20

Cunningham Park, Ball Field Parking Lot 
cars enter on Francis Lewis Blvd between Union Turnpike & Grand Central Pkwy

Manhattan: Sunday, June 28

Columbia University/Teachers College

120 St between Broadway & Amsterdam Ave
cars approach from Seminary Drive down Amsterdam Ave
For more info., visit http://on.nyc.gov/safeevents


Lower East Side Ecology Center E-waste Events

The Lower East Side Ecology Center's e-waste recycling event calendar is in
full swing! Held all over NYC, March through June, they will collect your
old electronics for recycling, rain or shine.
To request an event in your neighborhood this FALL, contact

Earth Day Event

Join us for our Earth Day event at Union Square on April 19. We'll be
on-site with e-cycleNYC bins to recycle your e-waste, as well as
re-fashioNYC bins to collect your clothing and textiles, in time for spring
For more electronic waste recycling options, visit nyc.gov/electronics

Henry  A. Ehrhardt  l  Director - Customer Relations

Division of Customer Service and Government Relations
New York City Department of Sanitation - DSNY
125 Worth Street • New York, NY 10013 • www.nyc.gov/sanitation
hehrhar@dsny.nyc.gov •  w. 646-885-4503

Kate Kitchener
Deputy Director, Policy and Programs
NYC Department of Sanitation | Recycling and Sustainability

Rachel Assisi
Digital Communications Manager, Public Education
NYC Department of Sanitation | Recycling and Sustainability