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Madison County urges residents to bring accepted electronics for recycling

Posted 1/15/22

CANASTOTA — The Madison County Department of Solid Waste reminds residents that certain electronics should not go in with household trash; instead, residents should bring accepted electronics to …

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Madison County urges residents to bring accepted electronics for recycling

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CANASTOTA — The Madison County Department of Solid Waste reminds residents that certain electronics should not go in with household trash; instead, residents should bring accepted electronics to LOJO Technology at 634 Birchwood Drive in Oneida year-round, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for recycling, excluding most holidays.

Items that are acceptable for drop-off include computers, televisions, printers and speakers. Unacceptable items include air conditioning units, dehumidifiers, small kitchen appliances and vacuum cleaners. To see a complete list of accepted items, visit: MadisonCountyRecycles.ny.gov.

The Madison County Department of Solid Waste funds the collection and recycling of old electronics in order to provide a free program for its residents. Madison County residents only; business waste will not be accepted. There is a limit of 10 computers/televisions per household, per year. No appointment is needed.

Assistance will not be available to unload materials.

Go online to www.MadisonCountyRecycles.ny.gov for information on the department’s programs or follow its Facebook page at Madison County Solid Waste & Recycling.

In addition to the regular drop-off hours, the Department of Solid Waste has worked with LOJO Technology and The Arc of Madison Cortland to offer quarterly Saturday collection events. The 2022 Saturday drop-off events will be on the following days from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at LOJO Technology: Feb. 5, April 23, July 16, and Oct. 1.

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