Here's an article that was in the Times Union this week:
GUILDERLAND — Residents in the Guilderland School District looking to get rid of a number of recyclables will be able to take them to Farnsworth Middle School.
The spring recycling extravaganza will be held 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 28 to raise money for the district, although residents will be able to drop off the items for free.
Items being accepted in the event include unwanted papers, metals and electronics equipment.
Electronics that can be dropped off include but are not limited to air conditioners, microwaves, computers, TVs, gaming equipment, phones and pagers.
Metals being accepted include but are not limited to old bicycles, lawn mowers, patio furniture, swing sets, grills, steel I-beams, fences and refrigerators.
Old phone books, office papers, envelopes, catalogs, magazines, newspapers and boxes will also be accepted, but blueprints, carbon papers and egg cartons will not be accepted.
The district will also accept fabric — collected by Wearable Collections — and old batteries and fluorescent bulbs, which will be collected by eLot.
Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Guilderland-to-hold-recycling-day-3483990.php#ixzz1sQg29och