The Town of Penfield will host a two-day combined fall drop-off and recycling event for Penfield residents on Friday, October 1 (7:30 AM to 5:00 PM) and Saturday, October 2 (7:30 AM to 3:00 PM) at the Public Works Complex, 1607 Jackson Road.
Services for BOTH Friday and Saturday: Metals and appliance recycling, brush disposal (no leaves or grass), clothing and linens donations, and bottle and can collection.
Saturday ONLY: Secure document destruction by Eco-Green Park. Materials will be destroyed on site.
There will be NO ELECTRONICS recycling at this event.
ACCEPTED MATERIALS: Household items - furniture, appliances (including refrigerators, dehumidifiers, air conditioners), lawn mowers (fluids drained), car tires (limit four), vehicle batteries, broken concrete, brush.
DO NOT BRING Household electronics (including TVs, computers, monitors, copiers), propane tanks, grass clippings, leaves, chemical drums, hazardous materials, gasoline, motor oil, paint, and driveway sealer. For items of this nature and more, see Monroe County Ecopark “locator” at http://www.monroecounty.gov/ecopark .
This event is for Penfield residents only. Proof of residency will be checked at the gate. Please direct questions to the Department Public Works, 340-8710, Monday–Friday 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM.
- Eco-Green Park certified document destruction (www.eco-greenpark.com)
- Alpco metals recycling (see https://alpcorecycling.com/ for metals that will be accepted)
- St. Pauly Textile Shed on site
- Bottle and can return shed (Scouts) on site
- DPW will also accept brush (no leaves or grass) on site
- ALSO on Saturday, Oct 2 only…Penfield Rotary and Penfield Recreation are hosting a Bike Drop at the Community Center (1985 Baird Rd.) to benefit R Community Bikes, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Supervisor Tony LaFountain:
“Once again, the arrival of October brings Fall Drop-off to Penfield residents. Many families have done major clear-outs this past year so there’s a lot of demand for disposal of large items, brush, and secure document destruction. Many have donations set aside for the on-site St Pauly shed and Boy Scout bottle return bin. Document destruction is available Saturday only and will be done on site. As a reminder to those who cannot come to this event, Eco-Park—now celebrating 10 years of operation—is open to county residents year-round.”
Monroe County’s year-round Ecopark facility is located at 10 Avion Drive near the airport. Ecopark is a joint effort between Monroe County and Waste Management that provides county residents with a “one-stop drop-off” to dispose of or recycle many items including hard Styrofoam packing material (not foam trays used for meat or produce), TVs/electronics (fee-based), cooking oil/grease, fluorescent lights, clothing, sharps and syringes, and more. Ecopark also offers many special collection days for household hazardous waste and pharmaceutical and medication disposal. For current information on recycling opportunities, operating hours, schedules, and fee-based items go to www.monroecounty.gov/ecopark.
To dispose of televisions and electronics contact retailers that sell those products. Do not leave on curb, New York State law prohibits trash haulers from collecting electronic waste.