The events, hosted by Sunnking, will take place on April 17 (North Syracuse), May 1 (Williamsville) and May 15 (Batavia).

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BUFFALO, N.Y. — Spring cleaning: a time when we are all figuring out what we no longer need.

Local electronics recycler, Sunnking, has opened registration for its initial round of free recycling events for 2021.

Residents must register online for a drop-off time slot.

"We're really excited to see how many people will carry over that excitement for recycling that we witnessed last year," said Robert Burns, Director of Marketing for Sunnking.

"Throughout the winter we've had New Yorkers from all corners call us asking when the next event would be and now, we can give them the first few dates to look forward to," said Burns.

You can recycle things like computers, cell phones, printers, televisions and defibrillators among other items at these events.

Sunnking collects an average of 100 tons of electronics per event. It saw a record-breaking attendance in 2020 for its electronics recycling events.

The event will be drive-through, no-contact device removal and will be free, but you have to register for a time slot.

Sunnking says similar events have "sold out" but that more events will also be announced in the coming weeks.

For a list of all acceptable items, click here.

Residents can register at or call (585) 637-8365.

Health and safety procedures will be in place to ensure a safe environment, including timed appointments, no-contact device removal, and dedicated drive-through lanes.



Cicero-North Syracuse HS

April 17

9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


Eastern Hills Mall, in front of the BFLO store

May 1

8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.


Genesee Social Services Dept.

May 15

8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Sunnking employees unload a TV during an e-Recycling Event

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