Recycling in Action!
Recycling Drop-Off Locations
You are welcome to bring your single-use alkaline batteries to these locations for recycling:
719 Elmwood Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14222
Tifft Nature Preserve
1200 Fuhrmann Blvd.
Buffalo, NY 14203
Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo
65 Niagara Square, Suite 607
Buffalo, NY 14202
Did you know it costs money to recycle household batteries? Consider making a financial donation along with your batteries to make the program work.
Bin to Business
Some businesses use tools and equipment that use batteries. What if you have a battery collection bin on site? You're welcome to have others add to the bin, or just use it for staff. You might be surprised how quickly the bin is filled.
The Coalition welcomes the opportunity to join 'green' meetings and sustainability festivals. Your interest and ideas add to our endeavor. And we are happy to share information that about battery recycling.
Sign your business up to collect batteries from staff.
Recent CoalitionPositive Events:
Party for the Planet, Buffalo Zoo, September 9, 2018
Assemblyman Ray Walter sponsors battery collection, April, 2018
Reinstein Woods Winter Wonderland, February 10, 2018
Daemen College Environmental Summit, September 30, 2017
Party for the Planet, Buffalo Zoo, June 1017
Scout Camporall at UB, June 2017
Blue Sky Design Supply, Earth Day promotion, April 2017
UB's Air & Waste Management Assn Students focus on Battery Recycling, April 2017
YIMBY Yes In My Back Yard, Tri-Main Center, April 2017
D'Youville Earth Day, April 2017
Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve and Environmental Education Center, Winter Wonderland, February 2017
Battery Collection at the new Lockport Challenger Center, February, 2017
Presentation to the Air & Waste Management Association, Niagara Frontier Region, November, 2016
Erie County Green Team Quarterly Lunch meeting, November, 2016
CannonDesign Environmental Awareness Week, October, 2016
Allentown First Friday Gallery Walk - Earth Day in April, 2016 and Art Chase in September, 2016
Amazing Battery Chute at the
Allentown First Friday Gallery Walk,