Recycling Division

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Kevin Winn, P.E., Commissioner of Public Works
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Bob Mascianica, Deputy Commissioner of Public Works


Please join us for Bedford Town-Wide Clean-up Days 2017 at the Crusher Road Highway Facility off Route 22, just North of Route 172, in Bedford Village.  Town residents can bring household debris and metal waste to the Crusher Road Yard during the following periods:
Thursday, May 4, 2017 7:30 AM-3:00 PM               Friday, May 5, 2017 7:30 AM-3:00 PM
Saturday, May 6, 2017 7:30 AM-4:30 PM
Residents can also take brush and tree debris to the Beaver Dam Highway facility on Beaver Dam road off Harris Road during the same days and hours listed above.
Dumping of brush and tree debris is free.
Click here for complete information

Location:

343 Railroad Avenue, Bedford Hills, NY 10507
914.241.2671 – fax 914.666.4987
Highway@bedfordny.gov

Days/Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: 8am to 3pm

Recycling at the Town’s Recycling Center

Carters are obligated to collect single stream recyclables at your property along with trash for all customers. For those who wish to drop off recyclable materials, the Railroad Avenue Recycling Center accepts single stream recyclables (metal, plastic, glass, cardboard and paper). A complete list of single stream materials can be found at http://bedford2020.org/single-stream-recycling/. Please note that it is strongly preferred that plastic bags be recycled at your local grocery store or other location that accepts them. Including plastic bags with single stream materials at the Recycling Center causes problems with the single stream sorting equipment.

Ewaste, Metals, Textiles and Trash for Seniors

In addition, the Railroad Avenue Recycling Center accepts e-waste of all kinds (see below for details), bulk metals of all kinds, textiles, and trash for seniors (60+) who purchase  Senior Refuse Coupons (book of 5 for $25) at the Town Clerk’s office at 321 Bedford Road. Each coupon can be used for up to a 33-gallon trash bag of household refuse (do not include recyclables in the refuse bag).

The Railroad Avenue Recycling Center is located at 343 Railroad Avenue, Bedford Hills, NY 10507. Hours are 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Please contact the Bedford DPW Highway Division at 666-7669 or highway@bedfordny.gov with any questions about the Recycling Center.

Ewaste

The Town Recycling center accepts electronic waste (ewaste) from Town residents. This service reduces pollution to the environment at no cost to the Town or its residents, with the exception of CRT monitors and televisions, which can be disposed of at a fee. Click here for the EWaste Guide of what is accepted/not accepted at the Recycling Center and for the Ewaste Fee Notice for CRT TVs and monitors. CRTs are contained in older style televisions and computer monitors (the type with the large back portion, not the newer style flat televisions and computer monitors). In order to recycle Ewaste containing CRTs, residents must complete a CRT Recycling Application and pay the appropriate fee at the Town Clerk’s Office, 321 Bedford Road, Bedford Hills, 666-4534. Payment may not be made at the Recycling Center.

Recycling of material NOT accepted at the Town’s Recycling Facility

Bedford 2020, a non-profit organization leading a grass roots effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, has put together an excellent recycling guide at: http://bedford2020.org/recyclopedia/

Westchester County’s Hazardous Material Recovery Facility (H-MRF)

The H-MRF accepts household hazardous waste and other items worthy of special handling from Westchester County residents on a year-round, appointment-only basis. The H-MRF is located on the Grasslands Campus; 15 Woods Road, Valhalla. Fees apply to residents in Somers, North Salem, Lewisboro, Pound Ridge, Bedford, North Castle and New Castle since these seven municipalities do not contribute tax fees to the Refuse Disposal District No. 1 (RDD) that funds the construction and operation of the H-MRF. More information, including items accepted and a fee schedule, can be found at http://environment.westchestergov.com/new-h-mrf

Cell Phone Disposal: Westchester County Law

Throwing a cell phone in the trash is never a good idea. As of June 1, 2006, it is against the law in Westchester. Throwing a cell phone in the trash can get you a fine. Fines range from a warning to up to $250.A cell phone drop-off box is located in the Town Clerk’s Office in the Town House.

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