Recycling Tips

  1. Cell Phones
  2. Electronics
  3. Hazardous Waste
  4. Shoes, Strollers, Clothes, etc
  • Best Buy and Office Depot offer free recycling of cell phones and both are located in nearby Riverhead.
  • Children’s Online Safety Program through Sprint. All phones are donated to 4NetSafety; a children’s online safety group.
  • Designate a Charity of Your Choice. Also worth checking is Gazelle, where you can designate donations you make for recycling be used for charity.
  • Domestic Violence Shelters are recipients for donated old cell phones at Shelter Alliance.
  • Help Classes K to 12 through Motorola, will distribute old phones to K to 12 classes in schools throughout the country. Check with Nokia, AT&T and T-Mobil for their recycle programs.
  • Human Resources of the Hamptons, in the Sacred Hearts Church (basement) at 168 Hill Street, Southampton Village, will take your phones, batteries and chargers and re-program them for use by victims of domestic violence. Call 631-283-6415 for more information.
  • Support Our Troops. Finally you can donate cell phones to our troops at Cell Phones for Soldiers.
  • The Retreat, at 13 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, will take your phones, batteries and chargers and re-program them for use by victims of domestic violence. Call 631-329-4398 for more information
  • The Wireless Foundation, offers a “Call to Protect” program that collects working phones and distributes them to victims of domestic violence.