The Waste Authority implemented a program for residents to bring their unwanted electronics to our facility for proper disposal.
This program is for Monroe County residents ONLY and proof of residency is required. There is no charge or appointment necessary. Bring your electronics to our Blakeslee facility any time during business hours.
Computer devices i.e. PCs, laptops, etc.
Monitors i.e. CRT/LCD, security, etc.
Televisions i.e. CRT, flat panel (LCD, plasma, LED), console, projection, etc. We do not accept CRTs that are externally broken/dismantled or TVs that are externally broken/dismantled
Networking devices i.e. servers, routers, switches, hubs, arrays, etc.
Printing devices i.e. printers, scanners, etc.
Power supplies i.e. UPS’s (uninterrupted power supplies), etc.
Peripherals and all items used in the function of these devices i.e. keyboards, mice, speakers, pointing devices, etc.
Wire/cabling – ie. all cables, wires, and power chords used in the function of these devices
Hardware – all parts that are, or once were, part of these devices i.e. circuit boards, hard drives, RAM, processors, power supplies, optical/floppy drives, etc.
Audio/video devices i.e. CD/DVD/VHS/Blue-Ray, MP3, projectors, stereos, video game consoles, speakers, receivers (audio, cable, and satellite), recorders, converter boxes, etc.
Communication devices i.e. PDA’s, telephones, pagers, answering machines, etc.
Home appliances i.e. lamps, microwaves, coffee makers, mixers, blenders, hair dryers, and other small household appliances
Lab/test/measurement devices i.e. meters, oscilloscopes, analyzers, testers, etc.
Cartridges i.e. inkjet, toner, fuser, etc.
Telecommunication devices i.e. radios, telecom equipment, etc.
Batteries (see our battery disposal program for more information)
Copiers, duplicators, plotters, etc.