Welcome to Niagara County's web page dedicated to assist residents and businesses with managing their garbage, recycling, and household hazardous wastes!
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Household Hazardous Wastes? The Niagara County Department of Public Works will host two collection events; September 23rd at Lockport Town Hall (registration opens August 21st) and October 21st at North Tonawanda DPW (registration opens September 25th). We are excited to announce our "Voucher" program to all Niagara County residents. This limited program allows Niagara County residents to bring up to 50-lbs of acceptable wastes to Hazman for NO FEE, at their conveinience, by registering and downloading a voucher! Please select the image below to sign up, or follow this link to learn more!
Unwanted Medication? We are proud to work with the Niagara County Sheriff's Office to provide free, no-questions-asked pharmaceutical waste disposal at the following locations:
Niagara County Sheriffs Office 5526 Niagara St. Extension (enter at jail)
Town of Lewiston Police 4059 Creek Rd.
City of Niagara Falls Police 1925 Main St.
City North Tonawanda Police 216 Payne Ave.
Town of Niagara Police 7105 Lockport Rd.
Village of Middleport Police 12 Main St.
City of Lockport Police 1 Locks Plaza.
A little about us... we are a combination of the Niagara County Department of Public Works and the Refuse Disposal District, with a responsibility of bringing attention to the solid waste management issues and events in our community, provide tools for residents to increase waste reduction, recycling, and composting at home, work and school and managed the environmental liability of the county's historical landfilling operations. We believe that strengthening the relationship between solid waste management and the environment, we are ultimately improving the quality of life in Niagara County.
The Household Hazardous Waste Voucher Program is here!
We are planning to host two Household Hazardous Waste drop-off's in fall 2017. The first will take place in Lockport on September 23rd from 10am to 2pm and second in North Tonawanda on October 21.