The Lockport Transfer Station & Recycling Facility accepts all non-petruscible household waste, including C&D debris. This means we accept dumps of pretty much everything used in construction and demolition projects aside from paint.
Acceptable Items include:
Metals, Roofing Shingles, Wood, Plastic, Tires, Brick, Stone, Glass, Furniture (excluding mattresses and box springs), Cardboard, Paper, and more.
Currently our rates are as follows:
$95 per ton for loads 1,000 lbs. or greater.
$.08 for loads 999 lbs and below.
We do not have a minimum for dumps brought in to the transfer station.
Mattresses – $25
All Tires – $5
We do not accept televisions and computer monitors anymore.
Here is a brief list of what is NOT accepted:
We do not pay out for scrap metal brought to the transfer station, but it is accepted.
The Lockport Recycling Center and Transfer Station seeks to reduce the amount of solid waste filling local landfills through finding appropriate alternatives. As well as, promoting awareness about recycling and its benefits, with the ultimate goal of lowering environmental costs for the local community.
We also have dumpster rentals available for all of Western New York and parts of Central New York!
We also offer demolition services and crews to help you clear any structures you want to see gone!
Have just a lot of junk and don’t have the time to get rid of it? Make sure to utilize our clean up crews! We’ll take care of the mess and leave you with one less pesky headache.
Safety: The Recycling Facility is dedicated to providing a safe environment for both our customers and our employees.
Environmental: To carry out actions at the facility which benefit and enhance the local environment.
Customer Service: Strive to provide superior service through education, demeanor, and responsiveness.
Longevity & Sustainability: To ensure the long-term viability of the Recycling and Transfer Facility through recycling and proper seperation of materials.
Rule Compliance: To comply with all appropriate county, state and federal regulations in order to maintain a strong operational presence in Niagara County.