Free Electronics Recycling in Ulster County
The other day, we were asked by a friend to help get rid of some old office equipment. Of course! But honestly, I wasn’t sure where we could recycle them. Luckily, Larissa did: The Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency (UCRRA).
Located right off Route 199 from the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, it was an easy in-n-out trip for our small load of electronics. There is also a UCRRA location in New Paltz (charges 40-cents per pound for e-waste, for New Paltz residents only).
Electronics recycling at the UCRRA is free, and open to residents of any county. Check-in at the administration office, let them know what you’re recycling, they’ll ask you what town you’re from, and then drop off the items (no bags) in a large container right in the parking lot in front of the building.
Additional waste disposal and composting is also available at the site (for a fee). No hazardous waste is accepted. Passenger cars are allowed Saturdays. Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 3:30pm. For more information and prices, visit: http://www.ucrra.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/REVISED-FEE-SCHEDULE-2019.pdf