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1. e-cycleNYC. New York City apartment buildings with 10 or more units can sign up with e-cycleNYC for free and convenient recycling collection service. http://on.nyc.gov/2qAgUdZ

2. DSNY Drop-Off. Bring electronics to a SAFE Disposal Event or any DSNY Household Special Waste Drop-Off Site. http://on.nyc.gov/2ph3wrd

3. E-Waste Recycling Events. Bring electronics to an electronics recycling event, such as the Lower East Side Ecology Center events. http://bit.ly/LESecology

4. Donate. Organizations such as Goodwill and the Salvation Army accept electronics for donation or recycling. Make sure to check their guidelines before donating.

5. Take-Back. Recycle electronics through retailer programs such as those offered by Best Buy and Staples. Restrictions and fees may apply.

6. Mail-Back. Many brands offer free mail-back options. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation maintains a list of electronic equipment manufacturers registered to do so, or check your brand’s website. http://on.ny.gov/2pOc0Y6

 

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