What can be recycled in Westchester County?
- Glass Bottles & Jars. Recycle all food and beverage containers- clear and colored glass.
- Cardboard. Flatten or cut boxes to a maximum size of 3ft.
- Newspapers Magazines & Mixed Paper. Recycle all weekly and daily newspapers, including glossy inserts.
- Plastic Containers.
Is Styrofoam recyclable Westchester? Styrofoam and other plastic packaging materials should not be placed in your recycling bin. However, packaging outlets such as Mail Boxes Etc. and The UPS Store, located throughout Westchester County, do take back Styrofoam, bubble wrap and other packaging materials.
How do I dispose of electronics in Westchester County? Many Westchester County municipalities offer drop-off programs or curbside pickup for their residents. E-waste drop-off containers are located at some municipal DPW yards throughout the county. Contact your local Municipal Recycling Office for more details.
How do I dispose of paint Westchester? Westchester County Department of Environmental Facilities
A variety of paints will now be accepted for recycling at the County’s Household Material Recovery Facility (HMRF) in Valhalla AND all upcoming Household Recycling Day Evets (HRDs). For additional PaintCare drop-off locations visit PaintCare’s website.