|NOTE: Town of Bethlehem’s Rupert Road Transfer Station is currently open normal hours (Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) but that could change. We may also need to limit the types of materials accepted during the COVID-19 crisis. We recommend calling before you visit the facility, 518-767-3219.|
|30 gallon bags or containers||$2 each|
| Household furnishings and bulk items
| Small items: microwave, sink, toilet, lawn mower, or gas grill
| Medium items: carpet, mattress, box spring, arm chair, or dresser
| Large items: sofa or recliner
|Appliances: washer, dryer, stove, or dishwasher||$8 each|
| Appliances with freon: refrigerator, freezer, air conditioner, or dehumidifier
|Propane tanks||$4 each|
|Tires (add $2 for any tire with the rim):||
| Car / light truck
| Large truck
|Televisions and computer monitors||click for pricing|
|Electronics: computers, printers, VCRs, etc.||Free*|
|Demolition and building materials||$120 per ton|
|Trash and garbage||$80 per ton|
|Brush, logs, and stumps||Not accepted|
|Minimum scale charge||$10|
__________________________________________________________________*Consumer electronics, with the exception of televisions and computer monitors, can be recycled free at the Rupert Road Transfer Station including:
New York State law requires manufacturers to take responsibility for recycling many types of electronic equipment they have produced, such as computers, computer peripherals, televisions, small scale servers, and small electronic equipment, etc. Manufacturers now provide free and convenient acceptances programs for NYS consumers to properly reuse and recycle their waste electronic equipment.
Beginning January 1, 2012, with the exception of individual and household consumers, all other NYS consumers including businesses, private or public corporations, not for profit corporations and government entities, etc. may not dispose of, or place for collection intended for disposal, electronic waste (such as computers, computer peripherals, televisions, small scale servers, and small electronic equipment, etc.) at a solid or hazardous waste management facility in the state.
Beginning January 1, 2015, this disposal ban will apply to all persons in the state, including individual and household consumers.
Consumers should visit the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation's website at http://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/66872.html, for a full list of the types of electronic equipment covered by this law and to learn how they may properly manage their electronic waste in an environmentally responsible manner.