Perinton Waste Recycling & Shredding Day (Household Hazardous Waste)
Each year, the Town of Perinton hosts a Drive-Thru Waste Recycling & Shredding Day featuring electronics recycling, free shredding for residents, and a household hazardous waste collection in partnership with Monroe County.
This event returns on May 14, 2022, residents can make an appointment for Household Hazardous Waste through the Monroe County Ecopark. Appointments are not needed for shredding or electronics recycling. All are welcome to bring bagged bottles and cans for collection by Noah’s Recycling.
In 2021, we recycled more than 13 tons of paper and 19.4 tons of electronics. By offering these collections, we are bringing essential services close to home while encouraging residents to recycle items that are often difficult to dispose of properly.
If you have any questions, please contact Perinton Public Works at (585) 223-5115.
From April Through October, the Town will offer electronics recycling once a month by appointment only. Residents can drive-thru at Perinton Public Works and staff will remove recyclable material from the vehicle.
How the Town of Perinton Electronics Recycling Process works:
- Schedule an Appointment: Click “Book an Appointment” on the Electronics Recycling Program graphic above.
- Drive-Thru Collection: Please arrive at the time of your appointment with your electronics in the trunk of your vehicle. You will not need to exit your vehicle; items will be collected by staff.
- Payment: Computers, printers, keyboards, mice, phones, and other electronics will be accepted free of charge; however, fees* will apply for CRT TVs and CRT computer monitors (Credit/Debit/Cash accepted; a $1.75 processing fee will apply for card payments).
- Recycle: The Town Partners with a local company EWaste+ to properly recycle all items.
*Fees For CRT TV And Computer Monitor Recycling:
- Computer Monitor: $10.00
- CRT TV ≤ 27″: $20.00
- CRT TV > 27″: $40.00
- CRT TV – Oversized (Console, Rear-Projection): $50.00
Electronics recycling includes everything from small devices such as cell phones and digital cameras to large devices such as TVs and computers. If you are looking for a full list of recyclable electronics visit: Acceptable Materials / Unacceptable Materials.
Other local electronics recycling programs: