Here's where you can throw out your old electronics

New York City residents now have more opportunities to drop off old electronics which can't be tossed out with household garbage.

The city is expanding its e-recycling program, and one permanent point is set up in every borough where people can drop off electronics as well as other batteries, light bulbs and paint.

The centers will be open on Saturdays and the last Friday of the month. A law passed last year that banned putting the items out with the regular trash.

BRONX: Hunts Point at Farragut Street and the East River, next to the Fulton Fish Market

BROOKLYN: Bensonhurst at 25th Avenue and Gravesend Bay, next to DSNY Brooklyn District 11 garage

MANHATTAN: 74 Pike Slip between Cherry Street and South Street under the Manhattan Bridge

QUEENS: College Point at 30th Avenue, between 120th and 122nd Streets, at the northwest corner of the DSNY Queens District 7 garage

STATEN ISLAND: At the foot of Muldoon Avenue, off the Muldoon Avenue exit of the southbound West Shore Expressway, adjacent to the DSNY Staten Island District 3 garage

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