E-Waste collection for 2023:

*You must have proof of residency: Please be ready to show an ID,  driver’s license or utility bill with your Madison County address listed. We reserve the right to refuse service.

Drop off hours: Monday through Friday; 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

Saturday hours: February 4, April 22, July 15, and October 14; 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Closed Sunday and most holidays.

No appointment needed.  The drop-off location may not be immediately visible. If you have trouble finding the location, ring the bell and ask the warehouse foreman or supervisor at the site. They will be there to instruct you, but the site is a self-drop/do-it-yourself style. Wearing casual clothes, work gloves and boots is strongly recommended.”

Call: (315) 363-3014 Email: EWASTE
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The Madison County Department of Solid Waste funds a FREE electronic waste collection program for its residents. In a partnership with The Arc of Madison Cortland, we are adding drop-off hours on the select Saturdays listed above. There is a limit of up to 10 computers and/or televisions per household.

For more information : 315 363-3014. or E-mail: orders@arcofmc.org  

Examples of items we accept:

Cable or Satellite Receivers, Cash Registers, Cell Phones, Computers, Computer Mice, Computer Monitors, CRTs. Digital Cameras, Digital Converter Boxes, DVD Players, DVRs, Fax Machines, Keyboards, Microwaves, Monitors – Flat Screen, CRTPDAs, Portable Digital Music Players, Printers, Scanners, Stereo Equipment, Typewriters, VCRs, Video Game Consoles, Small Scale Servers, Telephones, Televisions – Flat Screen, CRT, Projectors, and more.

Examples of items we do NOT accept:

Any FREON-containing devices (air-conditioning units, de-humidifiers, refrigerators as these must be brought to the Buyea Road Residential Station and require a punch card for disposal), CDs, DVDs, VHS and cassette tapes, fans, small heaters, lamps, vacuum cleaners, fluorescent and incandescent bulbs and batteries, hair dryers, small kitchen appliances (toasters, blenders, mixers), drills, shredders.
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Preferred Source Contracts

If you are a state agency, a public benefit corporation (including most public authorities), a municipality, or a school district you are required by law to purchase commodities and services from Preferred Sources first if a Preferred Source offering meets your needs for form, function, and utility.  The advantage of this type of procurement is that you do not need to follow the competitive bid process.

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