2018 Household Hazardous Waste Collection - Northtowns

Modified: August 10, 2018 4:40pm

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Northtowns Household Hazardous Waste Collection

Saturday, August 11, 2018

9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Erie Community College North Campus –

1982 Wehrle Dr, Buffalo, NY 14221

 HHW North 2018 - Additional Information


Only these items will be accepted:

  • Pesticides, Fertilizers, Pool and Household chemicals/cleaners -limit 2 gallons or 20 pounds
  • Oil-based paints, spray cans -limit 10 gallons
  • Oil, Gasoline, Kerosene, Antifreeze -limit 10 gallons
  • Paint thinner, stripper & solvents -limit 2 gallons
  • Batteries - lead acid & rechargeable
  • Mercury - thermometers, thermostats
  • Propane tanks & propane cylinders - full or empty
  • Fire Extinguishers


  • Latex paints
  • Tires
  • Light bulbs
  • Computers
  • Electronics
  • Smoke detectors
  • Alkaline Batteries
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Commercial or Industrial waste


Note:   This is a free event and only residential household wastes are accepted.
           Participants may need to verify that wastes are generated by households.


For more information:

Call: 716-858-6800 

Email: recycling@erie.gov 

Visit: www.erie.gov/recycling


Thanks to:  Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz, Northwest Solid Waste Management Board, SUNY Erie Community College;  NOCO Energy Corp.; The Battery Post, Inc.; NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation