All drivers and helpers MUST stay with their vehicles while unloading. 


Safety vests and PPE are REQUIRED

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2023 Paper Shredding Events. 
This event is a Drive-Thru service. Residents should remain in their vehicles.
All boxes will be removed from the trunk/hatchback by onsite staff for secure shredding.

Event Flyer

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Effective Saturday 7/1/2023 

All loads of Acceptable Recyclables can now be delivered to the Materials Recovery Facility.

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Effective Immediately:

Rockland Green will not be accepting out of State or out of County MSW, C&D or Recyclables until further notice. 

Out of County municipalities with an Intermunicipal Agreement will be allowed entry.

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NYS Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act of 2010

The NYS Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act of 2010 requires manufacturers to provide free and convenient recycling of electronic waste to most consumers in the state.

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 a collection intended for disposal, electronic waste* at a solid or hazardous waste management facility in the state.

Starting January 1, 2015, the individual and household disposal ban becomes effective. No entity may dispose of E-waste as trash in New York State.

E-waste can be recycled at the following locations in Rockland County:

1) Participating Retailers

2) Rockland Household Hazardous Waste Facility

*Under the State Law, electronics include the following items:

  • Televisions (including cathode ray tubes)
  • Computers
  • Computer peripherals (i.e., monitors, keyboards, mice, facsimile machines, document scanners, and printers; including cable, cord or wiring incorporated into such product)
  • Small electronic equipment (VCRs, digital video recorders, portable digital music players, DVDs, digital converter boxes, cable or satellite receivers, electronic or video game consoles)
  • Small scale servers

If you have any questions please contact NYSDEC at (518) 402-8788 or

For details on the New York State Law visit