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Recycling Drop-Off

Hours & Location
Monday - Friday 8AM - 3PM
Saturday 8AM - 11AM
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Seneca Landfill offers free recycling drop-off to support our commitment to sustainability.

For non-recyclable disposal, visit our trash drop off page.

As part of our commitment to safety and sustainability, Seneca Landfill is proud to offer recycling drop-off free of charge. Our recycling unit is located near the entrance of our facility and is accessible during business hours. Recyclable materials do not need to be pre-sorted. Materials MUST be DRY.

Accepted for Recycling

The following items are accepted for recycling drop-off:

  • Paper
      Junk mail
      Office paper
  • Cardboard
  • Plastic
      PET & HDPE plastic soda bottles
      Milk and water jugs
      Liquid detergent
      Bleach and softener bottles
  • Metals
      Aluminum cans
      Bi-metal food and beverage cans

Not Accepted for Recycling

We cannot accept the following items for recycling at this location:

  • Electronic waste (Computers, TVs, etc.)
  • Hazardous materials
  • Liquid waste: oil, antifreeze, wet paint, gasoline, freon
  • Chemical containers: Pump top or spray bottles, pesticide or herbicide bottles
  • Plastic cooking oil bottles
  • Polystyrene(cups or plates)
  • Plastic shopping bags or garbage bags
  • Aluminum siding
  • Toys
  • Lawn furniture
  • Foil trays
  • Paint cans
  • Window glass
  • Light bulbs
  • Crystal
  • Glass tumblers
  • Ceramics
  • Mirrors
  • Ovenware
  • Soft or hard bound books
  • Phonebooks

Why Recycle?

With our on-site recycling collector, we are able to divert thousands of pounds of recyclable materials from Seneca Landfill. Recycling helps ensure that plastics, metals and paper materials are able to be reused, thus reducing the need to extract and consume raw natural resources. Recycling also saves valuable space in the landfill.

As part of the Vogel family of companies, our sister company transports the recyclable materials to a sorting facility, where the recyclable materials are appropriately sorted and prepared for reuse.

About Recycle Labels

Recently many forward-thinking brands have moved toward a standardized labeling system called How2Recycle. If you come across one of these labels, you can find out how to prepare and recycle the item on How2Recycle's website