Please Note: All recyclable food containers must be clean. Absolutely NO food left in any container (i.e., pizza boxes, peanut butter, spaghetti sauce, etc.). Left over foods contaminate all other items and turns everything into trash, not recycling.
- Recycling plastic 1-5 are acceptable**
- Milk jugs
- Detergent containers
- Water bottles
- Shampoo, lotion, mouthwash, gel bottles
**Plastics #1-5 are soft bendable plastic. If a plastic breaks or shatters when stepped on, we cannot properly recycle it.
- Books (or donate for re-use at your local libraries)
- Greeting cards, envelopes
- Cereal boxes
- Junk mail
- Paper grocery bags
- Computer paper
- Aluminum cans
- Tin cans
- Soup cans
- Aluminum pie plates
- Aluminum trays
- Small scrap metal
All electronics accepted.
$0.70 per lb. fee for any screens (TVs, laptops, monitors) Scale on-site for weighing Cash & check payments only; receipts provided All other electronics accepted free of charge
We accept home appliances, small & large
NOTE: * Any Freon must be removed prior to drop-off.
Document shredding is available by appointment. Please call (716) 592-0953 to set up.
Certificate of destruction can be provided upon request.
- #6-10 plastic; look for # in a triangle noted on item
- Bubble wrap
- Food wrap
- Soiled paper products (tissues, paper towels, napkins, paper plates)
- Garden hoses
- Fluorescent lights
- ANY TYPE of Styrofoam/polystyrene product, including but not limited to: fast food containers, packing peanuts, egg cartons, and meat trays.
If you are a Monday disposal (garbage) pick up, then the first Monday of every month is your recycling pick up; the same goes for Tuesday pick ups, the first Tuesday of every month is recycling, and with Friday pick ups, the first Friday of every month is recycling.
Don't want to wait for our trucks? You also may drop items off Thursdays ONLY, from 7:30am to 3:00pm, at our facility, located at 555 South Cascade Drive in Springville.
You may put out as much recycling as you like such as paper, cardboard, aluminum, tin and plastic. Please, no glass as we hand sort our recycling, it is a danger to our employees and is no longer recyclable.
All recycling needs to be clearly separated from your disposal. We recommend using clear bags, separate containers, opposite sides of the driveway, etc. We must be able to see the recycling items.
Make sure that your recycling only has accepted recycling material in it (plastic, paper, aluminum, tin, cardboard). If your recycling has garbage in it, it may be left or it put with regular trash. For any questions on this, please feel free to contact the office.
Disposal and Recycling services have their own trucks, so they may be picked up separately and in no particular order.
Disposal service clients are not required to recycle using our services.
Electronics/ appliances cannot be picked up curbside, per NYS law. Please review our instructions on these materials, listed above.