If you're doing some spring cleaning, you can literally dump-off and properly dispose of unwanted electronics and other items as a waste collection organized by New York State Senator Joe Griffo.

It's going on Saturday, April 23 at the Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Authority on Leland Ave in Utica.

Items to be collected include electronics, like TVs, old computers or laptops other items, whether they are broken, old, or simply unwanted.

Prescription medications are also being collection, but this does not include any sharpes or needles.

Electronics shouldn't be thrown in a landfill and have many parts that can be reused or recycled. Additionally, the prescription collection ensures medicines are flushed down the toilet or dropped in a landfill, as the medicines can seep into and contaminate soil and local waterways.

Also, if you have have sensitive documents that contain personal information, Confidata will also be on hand that day, taking and shredding those paper items.

For questions or more information, contact Senator Griffo's Office at 315-793-9072.

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If you're doing some spring cleaning, you can literally dump-off and properly dispose of unwanted electronics and other items as a waste collection organized by New York State Senator Joe Griffo.

It's going on Saturday, April 23 at the Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Authority on Leland Ave in Utica.

Items to be collected include electronics, like TVs, old computers or laptops other items, whether they are broken, old, or simply unwanted.

Prescription medications are also being collection, but this does not include any sharpes or needles.

Electronics shouldn't be thrown in a landfill and have many parts that can be reused or recycled. Additionally, the prescription collection ensures medicines are flushed down the toilet or dropped in a landfill, as the medicines can seep into and contaminate soil and local waterways.

Also, if you have have sensitive documents that contain personal information, Confidata will also be on hand that day, taking and shredding those paper items.

For questions or more information, contact Senator Griffo's Office at 315-793-9072.