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Trash and Recycling

Trash and recycling collection are included as contracted services, funded by Village taxes for residents and business owners that meet collection criteria contained in the Village Code.

Weekly collection is limited to four, 32-gallon cans per property, plus one bulk item is allowed, along with unlimited recycling. Excess amounts will not be picked up or allowed to be left at the curb.

Tags are sold, however, which are may be placed on added bags that will be picked up. Tags may be purchased at the Village Clerk's Office. Recycle containers are also available for purchase. Cash or checks are accepted!

Pickup Schedule Listing by Street and Holiday Schedule
Trash Pickup Rules and Regulations 
Recycling - What is acceptable
Trash - Specific items you can and cannot include
Brush, Tree Limbs, Grass Clippings, Leaves

Resources and Programs

Waste Management's Bagster, Dumpster in a Bag provides a unique waste removal service for homeowners and contractors. The Bagster bag is a highly durable woven bag that can hold up to three cubic yards or 3,300 lbs of debris, including full sheets of plywood, doors, even a bathtub. It's the perfect cleanup solution for many types of projects including renovations, remodels, organizing a garage or attic, and much more.

It's simple to use, just:

  1. Buy the Bagster bag at your local home improvement retailer
  2. Fill it with up to three cubic yards or 3,300 lb of debris.
  3. Schedule your collection online or by phone, and it's gone within three business days!

Fees and collection information

Waste Management's

"Recycle Often... Recycle Right..." Program

 pic link to recycle often recycle right 

Household Hazardous Waste

Hazardous waste is any substance that is deemed a threat to the public or environment. Thus, these certain types of materials are prohibited from being collected along with regular household trash and garbage.

Most common hazardous materials are paint, pesticides, batteries, landscaping timbers, propane tanks, tires and this is just the short list.

Erie County offers periodic collection and drop events throughout the year. When an event is announced, it will be posted on our website under announcements on the home page. For more information on hazardous waste materials and how to dispose of them, call the Household Hazardous Waste Hotline at 716-858-6800 or go the Erie County Website for a detailed disposal "how to".

Upcoming Hazardous Waste Collection Event: An opportunity to get rid of the household waste items that cannot be discarded in your weekly garbage collection! For a full list of what will or will not be accepted, click here.

Electronics Recycling

 More Information on acceptable materials:

There is a "not for profit" company that will come and pick up your electronic goods (computers, printers, cell phones, etc) and it is called Buffalo ReuseIt. The website is: or you can contact them at 716-907-0151 (Dean Cote).

Erie County also has a computer recycling program and information can by found on the Erie County Website, or you can e-mail them at or call 716-858-6370. They do have periodic drop off dates which are generally posted to our website under announcements on the home page.