Syracuse, N.Y. — If you spent your coronavirus shutdown at home cleaning and now have old TVs, computers, printers, and other electronics you want to get rid of, we have good news.
The first will take place in a parking lot at the corner of West Seneca Street and Sheldon Drive in Oswego on Aug. 22 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. The second will take place Dec. 5 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the New York State Fairgrounds in Geddes.
Sunnking has changed its recycling process due to the pandemic. Those who wish to recycle their electronics must pre-register and pack their electronics in their trunks or truck beds. Sunnking staff will then unload the electronics to ensure a contactless experience.
Sunnking collects an average of 100 tons of electronics per event.
To register and to see a list of eligible electronics, visit Sunnking.com/events.
It is free to participate, though Sunnking does accept donations to help offset the costs of recycling.