Batteries - Rechargable

Company Contact Type of Service Notes
Advanced Auto Multiple Locations
Store specifc

Recycles motor oil and car batteries

Apple Store G116 Walden Galleria Mall, Cheektowaga, NY
(716) 706-1620

Items can be traded in if in good condition, otherwise Apple will accept any device for recycling. Devices can be brought in to the store or pre-paid kits can be found online for mailing in.

Autozone Multiple Locations
Store specifc…

Recycles car batteries and some automobile parts. Contact local store to see what they will accept. 

Battery Solutions (See website for prepaid shipping label)
(800) 852-8127

See website for what batteries are acceptable.

Best Buy 1585 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst NY
(716) 837-9080…

Three qualified items can be brought in-store to the customer service desk for recycling per day for free. Best Buy charges a fee to pick up and haul away appliances and TVs (up to two TVs and computer monitors accepted per day and five laptops accepted per day). See their website for more information.

Cascades Recovery U.S., Inc. 3241 Walden Avenue, Depew, NY
(716) 681-1560, (866) 839-0800
Pick-up/Drop-off/Call for information

Commercial recycling. Questions ask for Mark Johnson.

Environmental Service Group 177 Wales Ave, Tonawanda NY
(716) 695-6720
Drop-off, call for information
EZ on the Earth 449 Park 800 Drive, Greenwood, IN
Mail-in/Pick-up offered for commercial use

Only accepts smoke detectors. Fee based for fluorescent. 

Other location: 

1919 Williams Street, Suite 350, Simi Valley. CA, 93065

(855) 327-8455

Frey Electric 100 Pearce Ave, Tonawanda NY
(716) 874-1710
Drop-off (fee)

Fee for all items. Device must be intact. Accept all bulbs. Only accepting commercial and industrial electronic waste, no residential drop-offs permitted.

Hewlett Packard Refer to Website
(800) 752-0900…
Donate/trade-in/drop-off. Refer to Website

Can recycle other electronics as well.

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off events Single-day events, Check Websites.
311 or 716-851-4890 for city call and resolution center or (716) 858-6800 for Erie County.
Drop off

No charge to resident

Jon Rosen Systems, Inc. 1325 Millersport Hwy, Suite 205, Williamsville, NY,
(716) 839-9714
Drop-off (call to make arrangements)

Accepting laptops, desktops and LCD's. First computer erased free. No TV's or CRT's. Does not accept any items with pressurized refrigerant gas still inside.

Lowes 8150 Transit Rd., Williamsville NY
(716) 639-2500……

View website for more information on accepted materials. Compact fluorescents only, cellphones and plastic shopping bags.

Other locations:

Amherst Location:1659 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst NY 14228

(716) 831-5990

Orchard Park Location:3195 Southwestern Blvd., Orchard Park NY 14127

(716) 677-1500

Office Depot Various Locations
Store specific

Tech recycling boxes provided (for a fee). 

R & R Salvage 1329 William St., Buffalo NY
(716) 856-3608
Drop Off/Pick up large quantity

No freon. R&R Salvage purchases your scrap metal, auto parts. Only auto batteries.

Safety-Kleen 41 North Gates Ave., Lackawanna NY
(716) 541-9716

Commercial recycling

Triad Recycling 3755 River Rd. Tonawanda, NY

Charges fees. For batteries, auto batteries only, $25.00 each. Charges fees, unpainted drywall only for $85.00/ton, clean wood for $60.00/ton and C&D debris for $100.00/ton. Clean cardboard only, $60.00/ton. Refrigerators, air conditioners and dehumidifiers can be taken for $60.00 each. Freon bottles can be taken for $20.00 each. Computer monitors $35.00 each; TVs $40.00 each; Oversized TVs $70.00 each. $18.00 each mattress. Fee for plastics. Propane, acetylene, and oxygen tanks can be taken at a fee of $35.00 each.

Twin Village Recycling 4153 Broadway, Depew NY
(716) 683-5373
Drop-off, Pick-up (in their towing area)

No freon. Will pay for junk and scrap cars.

Waste Management (855) 878-9696

For building material to be picked up, a WM Bagster Bag must be purchased first. Batteries, electronics, and fluorescents can be mailed in by purchasing kits. (585) 902-8110

Recycles Lithium, Lithium-Ion, Alkaline, Ni-CD (Wet and Dry), Lead-Acids (all kinds), and Ni-Metal Hydride batteries.