Electronic Waste Recycling

Department of Public Works

The Public Works Department is continuing its effort to provide residents with an opportunity to recycle electronic wastes from their homes in 2012.  In our third year of offering electronic waste recycling, residents brought in over 12.5 tons of electronic waste items from their homes for recycling in 2011.  Public Works, in a partnership with the Niagara County Refuse Disposal District and its recycling contractor, Sunnking, Inc., were able to responsibly recycle these electronic wastes and remove them from the waste disposal stream.  The following menu of electronic wastes accepted at the Public Works Garage, 758 Erie Avenue, can be brought in from 7:00am to 3:00pm Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

  • Televisions - Tube type, flat screen or projection

  • Monitors - CRT or LCD

  • Laptops

  • Printers

  • VCR/DVD Players

  • Stereos

  • Fax Machines/Photocopiers

  • Audio/Video equipment

  • Electrical wire

  • Telephones - cell, corded or cordless

  • Power supply units

  • Computer chips, cases, or hard drives

  • Keyboards, mice, or speakers

The Department of Public Works welcomes all residents of North Tonawanda to take advantage of this opportunity to recycle their household electronic waste.  Thank you.