Ranzenhofer to hold electronics recycling event


    State Senator Mike Ranzenhofer will hold a free drop-off event for electronics recycling on Saturday, September 14th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Parking Lot of the Transportation Facility for the Churchville-Chili School District, 3461 Westside Drive, Churchville, NY.


    “Recycling your unwanted electronic waste – old televisions, desktops, printers or anything with a circuit board or cord– can help protect the environment by sending less hazardous waste to landfills.  That is why I am sponsoring a free electronics recycling drop-off event next Saturday,” said Ranzenhofer.  “I encourage residents to join me in making a positive impact on the environment by getting rid of their electronic waste.”


    The following electronic waste can be dropped off to be properly recycled:




    Cell phones

    Video game consoles


    MP3 Players

    Answering Machines

    and more!


    For a complete list of acceptable items, visit http://www.sunnking.com/consumer-business/acceptable-materials/


    Senator Ranzenhofer is sponsoring the event, in conjunction with Sunnking Electronics Recycling and Time Warner Cable.  Residents should contact Senator Ranzenhofer’s District Office at (585) 454-0322 for more information.


    About the 61st Senate District

    The 61st Senate District encompasses: the Towns of Chili and Riga, the Village of Churchville and part of the City of Rochester in Monroe County; the Towns of Amherst, Clarence, and Newstead and the Villages of Akron and Williamsville in Erie County; and all of Genesee County.