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Provider:City of Buffalo Department of Public Works
Contact Info:716-851-4890 or 311
E-waste Yes/ No:Yes
E-waste info:Residents must bring TV’s and computers to the City’s Engineering Garage at the address above. Senior Citizens and disabled residents may call 311 to arrange for pick-up. Laptop and Desktop Computers, Computer Accessories, TV/Monitors, Audio & Video Equipment, Cellphones, MP3 Players, Communications Equipment, Printers, Scanners, Copiers, Fax Machines, Ink & Toner Cartridges, Cables & Wires, Video Games & Consoles, Circuit Boards, Medical & Lab Equipment, Appliances are accepted.
Electronic Waste Address:1120 Seneca St.
Phone:716-851-4890 or 311
Household Hazardous Waste:Paints, oil, gas, pesticides, and propane tanks must be disposed of a special drop off events held by the City two times per year. Call 311 for the dates. Can also attend Erie County events.
Yard Waste:Grass clipping, tree limbs, brush, and leaves must be placed in clear bags or tied into 4 foot bundles. The City collects yard waste and composts when time allows and during the 6 week period after the leaves fall. Residents can also call 311 for pickup. Residents can also drop yard waste off at 1120 Seneca Street. Free compost when available to residents.
Bulk Collection:Two (2) pieces of bulk trash for collection on their regular collection day. Large Bulk Waste collection only on the days that are designated for their Council District. Large Bulk Trash is limited to 4 cubic yards (12 feet long, 3 feet high, 3 feet wide). Material must be put out on the Sunday before the scheduled start and will be picked up some time that week. Residents can also arrange for a special Bulk Trash pickup by calling 311 and requesting a Pick and Pay.. Residents can drop off up to 1 ton per person at East Side Transfer Station, annually. Check Public Works website for details.