E-Waste

eCycling

At the January 31 Town Board Meeting, Supervisor Ed Romaine and the Town Council accepted a $2,000 check from Chris Meyers, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer of Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU) to co-sponsor the Town’s 2019 recycling events. This is the fifth consecutive year that TFCU has partnered with the Town.

Event Details

Description

The E-Waste, Paper Shredding and Drug Take Back events are for residents to safely dispose of unused electronic devices, have their old paper documents securely shredded and to safely dispose of old prescription drugs. For more information, call 451-TOWN (8696).

Dates and Times

Additional Information

Documents

Documents brought in for shredding will be dumped into a 65-gallon container and then into the shredder, enabling each participant to witness the secure destruction of sensitive papers. Paper can be brought in boxes or bags. Documents can remain stapled together, but paper clips and other metal must be removed along with any other contaminants such as rubber bands.

Electronics

Residents are urged to bring the following electronic items to be recycled:

TV’sVCR & DVD PlayersComputer Mice    
Printers    CalculatorsHard Drives    
Electronic TypewritersCircuit BoardsProjectors
CamcordersLaptopsPower Supplies
Radios / StereosServersBackup Batteries
PDAsMainframesHandheld Electronic Toys
MonitorsRoutersTelephones
ScannersCell PhonesAnswering Machines
HubsModemsFax Machines
KeyboardsCopiersCables

Contact Us

 For further information, please contact our Department of Recycling and Sustainable Materials Management or call at 631-451-8696.

About the Department of Recycling and Sustainable Materials Management

The Town of Brookhaven Department of Recycling and Sustainable Materials Management is responsible for the environmentally secure disposal of everything that residents no longer want. Learn More

Sustainable Materials Management

Sustainable materials management (SMM) is a systemic approach to using and reusing materials more productively over their entire life cycles. Learn More