Additional Recyclables

The Recycling and Solid Waste Center (RSWC) is located at 160 Commercial Avenue, and is open Monday through Saturday from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. The RSWC has drop-off areas for trash, single stream recyclables, food scraps, and more. Click here for a map of the facility and the RSWC guidelines.

Additional recyclables that are not accepted in curbside recycling bins can be brought to the RSWC. These additional materials are listed below.

The RSWC also hosts household hazardous waste drop off events six times a year.

Drop-off Categories:


What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Car Batteries (Lead acid)
• Power tool batteries (Ni-cad)
• Phone and laptop batteries (Lithium)
• Rechargeable AA and AAA batteries (NiMH)
• Rechargeable button batteries (common in watches and hearing aids)
If leaking, place in plastic bag with absorbent material.

Please cover both terminals of batteries with tape before dropping off for recycling.

Single use Alkaline batteries can be disposed of as trash.
10 Lead acid batteries per load.


What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Blenders
• Cables from electronic equipment
• Cameras
• CD and cassette players
• Coffee machines
• Communication equipment
• Computers and computer equipment
• Electric heaters
• Monitors
• Phones and phone systems
• Printers, scanners, copiers, and fax machines
• Stereos and radios
• Test/medical equipment (no medical waste)
• TV’s
• Vacuums (please empty the dust bag/bin)
• VCR’s and DVD players
Glass blender pitchers
Glass coffee pots

Businesses or other Non-Residential Sources:
Call 273-6632
*As of January 1, 2023, there is no longer a fee for televisions and monitors.

Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) – Residential

What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Liquid animal fats
• Vegetable oils
• Cooking grease
Bring FOG in a reusable container for pouring into the FOG collector. Cooled FOG can be easily collected at home using a funnel and an empty milk jug.Limited to 10 gallons/day.

No motor oils or solids.

Food Scraps

What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• All food scraps including fruits, vegetables, grains, meat, bones, and dairy
• Paper napkins
• Paper towels
• Biocompostable liners
• Tell the attendant that you are using the Food Scraps Recycling Dropspot
• Empty food scraps into the compost totes at the Food Scraps station
• Food scraps may come in biocompostable liners
Users can bring up to 10 gallons per day, per person.

Freon Units

What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Refrigerators
• Freezers
• Air conditioners
• Dehumidifiers
There is a Freon® removal fee per unit, unless proof of removal by a licensed technician is provided.


What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Clean glass bottles and jarsAll colors of glass accepted. Labels are okay. NO LIDS.No Pyrex, ceramics, drinking glass, window glass, or hazardous waste containers.

Plastic Bags and Film

Starting on March 1, 2021, plastic bags and films are no longer accepted at the Recycling and Solid Waste Center.

Clean, dry plastic bags and films are accepted at select grocery and retail store locations throughout New York State. For a list of area stores that accept plastic bags and films, please visit Earth911. We advise contacting stores in advance to confirm plastic bag and film recycling.

Additional information about plastic bag and film recycling for consumers is available on the New York State DEC website.

Propane Tanks

What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Propane TanksTanks do not have to be empty.

Rigid Plastics

What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Plastic baskets
• Plastic buckets (clean)
• Plastic garbage cans or recycling carts (wheels and axles removed)
• Corroplast campaign signs (metal removed)
• Plastic drums & totes (cut in half)
• Plastic lawn furniture
• Plastic pet carriers (metal removed)
• Plastic shelving
• Plastic bottles from water coolers
Items must be no larger than a 55 gallon drum.

Scrap Metal

What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Fence wire
• Hub caps & wheel rims, fixtures
• Metal appliances – stove, oven, toaster, water heater, dishwasher, washer, dryer
• Metal furniture
• Metal pots & pans
• Microwaves
• Paint cans
• Pipes
• Small engines
• Tools
• Window and door frames
Dry and Empty:  
Paint cans
Small engine fuel tanks
If possible, remove:
• Non-metal handles from pots and pans
• All upholstery from metal furniture
• Small engine fuel tank caps
• Unhinge and remove glass doors
• Window screens
• Containers from hazardous materials


What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Clothing
• Coats
• Shoes, boots & sneakers
• Belts
• Purses & bags
• Hats
• Towels
• Linens & pillowcases
• Curtains & drapes
• Stuffed animals
• Blankets and comforters
Items must be clean, dry, and odorless and placed in clear plastic bags. (Clothing with small holes or stains that can be repaired ARE acceptable)No:  
• Rags
• Fabric scraps
• Pillows
• Rugs
• Household goods


What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
Passenger car and truck tires.Rims can be left on tires.There are quantity limits and fees for this material.  

No tractor trailer tires or large dump truck tires.

No bike tires, ATV tires, hand cart tires, etc.

Yard Waste

What’s AcceptedHow to Prepare MaterialLimitations
• Leaves
• Grass clippings
• Branches
• Brush
 Check with your local municipality about yard waste management options.Tree branches need to be less than 4 inches in diameter and less than 4 feet long. There are fees for this material.  
• Treated or painted lumber
• Glass
• Metal
• Plastic
• Railroad ties
• Styrofoam®
• Tires