In 2011 Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension (SCCCE) was given the responsibility of providing residential recycling education in Seneca County through information displays, fact sheets, public service announcements, presentations and a separate web-site.
The www.SenecaRecycles.org website has information on what does and does not recycle in Seneca County, pick-up route information, plastic bag and electronics recycling, composting, Seneca GR&EEN, and a search engine to find out where to recycle almost anything you would like to recycle.
Our teen peer recycling education group, Seneca GR&EEN (Generating Recycling & Energy Education Now) is available to present recycling, composting, energy, and climate change information to groups in the community as well as their schools.
Do your part in every room of the house by recycling these items in your home:
Last updated July 8, 2020