Cooking Grease is NOT accepted at the ecopark. Please dispose of in the trash.
Cooking Oil IS accepted at ecopark. See below for more information.
An innovative partnership between Monroe County and Waste Management to provide a "one stop drop off" for residential recycling.
For use by Monroe County residents only!
Please note that the recycling stations at the ecopark are self-serve (with the exception of Household Hazardous Waste). Residents should be prepared to unload their own items.
Wed 1pm-6:30pm, Sat 7:30am-1pm
Closed on Holidays
Due to high demand on Wednesday afternoons from 1pm - 3pm and Saturday afternoons from 12pm – 1pm, please expect a longer than usual wait time.
Accepted at ecopark During All Operating Hours For Monroe County Residents Only
NO Appointment Necessary
- Bulky Plastic Items (no fabric/metal components)
- Clean Styrofoam Packing (no labels or tape)
- Clothing & Accessories (donation)
- Cooking Oil
- Document Destruction (items are destroyed off site)
- Electronic Waste
- Fire Extinguishers
- Flags (U.S.)
- Tube/Flat Screen TVs/Monitors (intact or broken)
- Fluorescent Lights/CFL Bulbs
Credit/Debit Card Only
(Only Mastercard & Visa accepted - NO Discover/AmEx)
Household Hazardous Waste
- Aerosol Cans (Cleaners, Lubricants, Paints, etc.)
- Automotive Fluids (antifreeze, brake, power steering and transmission fluids)
- Cleaners (soaps, waxes, drain cleaners, etc.)
- Driveway Sealers
- Flammables (gasoline, thinners, solvents, etc.)
- Mercury (thermometers, thermostats)
- Paint: Oil-based & Latex (more than 1/3 can full)
- Pesticides/Insecticides & Fertilizers
- Pool & Photo Chemicals
- Resins & Adhesives
- Wood Stain & Preservatives
Click a date below to make a HHW appointment
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If you are having trouble scheduling a household hazardous waste appointment or do not have a computer contact Monroe County by calling 585-753-7600 (Option #3). You can leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.
Not Accepted at ecopark
- 55-Gallon Drums
- Alkaline Batteries
- Building Materials (wood, carpeting, concrete, dry wall, etc.)
- Bullets, Flares, Gunpowder, Explosives (call Sheriff's Office or local police department)
- Business Generated Waste
- Dried Paint Can or Less Than 1/3 Can (discard lid, add kitty litter, stir, let dry, place in trash)
- Fiberglass Products
- Foam Packaging & Insulation (Only #6 Clean, White Packaging Styrofoam Accepted)
- Glazing/Spackle/Joint Compound (place in trash)
- Household Garbage/Trash
- Plastic & Rubber Hose/Tubing (Garden Hose, Vacuum Hose, Rigid and Flexible Tubing, etc.)
- PVC Pipe
- Radioactive Materials (carbon monoxide & smoke detectors)
- Styrofoam™ Packing Peanuts and Food Containers (egg cartons, coffee cups, meat trays, etc.)
- Tarps and Pool Covers
- Used Motor Oil (contact service station or retailer)
Recycling is an international commodities market, where the supply and demand for recycled feedstock can fluctuate due to global dynamics. During certain market conditions, material from recyclers - like the ecopark - may be rejected and landfilled because of the presence of contaminants (non-recyclable materials). Please help us ensure that materials at the ecopark are recycled by only including acceptable items.