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Electronics Recycling Services in Western and Central NY

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Sunnking

At the heart of Sunnking, we are focused on reducing the amount of e-waste that ends up in landfills along with promoting the responsible reuse, repair, and recycling of unwanted electronic equipment. Our experience in the scrap metal industry has allowed us to provide efficient electronics recycling services to businesses and residents throughout Rochester, NY, and nearby major urban areas. We are based out of Brockport and travel as far as Albany for scrap electronics removal and e-scrap pick-up services. No number of electronic disposables is too many for us. Before booking a pick-up or bringing your items to us, please be sure to review our acceptable materials list—this will save you time and headaches. Let us ease your tech disposal burdens with our 20 years’ worth of electronics recycling services throughout greater Rochester, NY. Contact us today for more information.

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“...Sunnking is demonstrating to the recycling industry the full potential of American R&D and serves as a blueprint for other companies to follow. REMADE is also grateful for the continued contribution Sunnking is making as an industry thought leader.”

Kevin Kelley
Director, Sustainability & Business Development - The REMADE Institute

“Sunnking is our electronics, computer, printer, and anything-with-a-capacitor-in-it recycler! They have excellent customer service and working with Sunnking has proven to be extremely cost effective. We been a Sunnking customer for 5 years and we really enjoy working with them!"

Charles Kinsey
Director - Orleans County Computer Services

“Sunnking has been a recycling partner of the Seneca Park Zoo for the last several years. We are pleased with the high level of service and their integrity in the responsible recycling of e-waste. We consider Sunnking to truly be a leader in e-waste management.”

Tina Crandall-Gommel
Conservation Education Coordinator - Seneca Park Zoo