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Electronic Waste Collection Sites

There are numerous drop-off locations around Ontario County that make it easy and convenient to recycle your unwanted electronics.  Call ahead if you have questions about fees or limitations on what is acceptable.  Most electronics can be dropped off with no charge except for Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs, old style TV’s). Also, any electronics still in good condition can be donated for reuse at a local donation store.

Drop-off Locations (Map at bottom of page)

Best Buy #1541            
7550 Commons Blvd., Victor       

The Salvation Army       
136 South Main St., Canandaigua

Goodwill of the Finger Lakes    
201 West Main St., Honeoye Falls            

Town of Bristol Transfer Station (Residents Only)
3901 County Road 2, Bloomfield

Goodwill of the Finger Lakes    
2 Commerce Dr., Victor

Town of Canandaigua Transfer Station (Residents Only)             
5440 Routes 5 & 20, Canandaigua      

Laser Genesis   
27 W. Main St., Shortsville           

Town of Gorham Transfer Station (Residents Only)    
3478 Lake to Lake Rd., Gorham 

Office Depot/Office Max            
80 Cobblestone Ct., Victor          

Town of Hopewell Transfer Station (Residents Only)             
2716 County Road 47, Canandaigua         

PC & Wireless Shop      
699 South Main St., Canandaigua             

Town of Manchester Transfer Station 
1272 County Road 7, Clifton Springs        

Regional Computer Recycling & Recovery (RCR&R)
7318 Victor Mendon Rd., Victor
585-924-3840 00138

Town of Victor Transfer Station (Residents Only)
60 Rawson Rd., Victor   

Staples #1075   
7560 Commons Blvd., Victor       

Verizon Wireless Retail Store   
60 Square Dr., Victor      

Staples #1236   
337 Hamilton St., Geneva            

Verizon Wireless Retail Store   
7979 Pittsford Victor Rd., Victor

The Salvation Army       
979 Route 5 and 20, Geneva       

Volunteers of America
39 Eastern Blvd., Canandaigua   

Manufacturer's Takeback Program
Under the NYS law manufacturers must provide a convenient and free process for consumers to recycle their electronic waste. (Note: Manufacturers are not only required to accept their own brand of electronic equipment for recycling, they are also required to accept one piece of electronic waste of any manufacturer's brand if offered by a consumer with the purchase of electronic equipment covered by the law of the same type by a consumer.) Consumers can use DEC's list of electronic equipment manufacturers registered in NYS, to find manufacturers, their brands electronic equipment covered by the law, and their electronic waste acceptance program websites and contact information.

*If any of the information listed above is incorrect, please email.