Niagara residents can place their used batteries at the curb on April 24 - 28, 2017 for collection during their regular collection day.
Residents must live in a single family home or multi-family home with less than six units.
Batteries not accepted in the curbside collection can be dropped off at a household hazardous waste depot.
For safety reasons, using masking tape, place tape over both ends/sides of lithium and button cell batteries and 9-volt batteries.
Place the used batteries in a clear plastic bag and seal. Batteries must be in a clear plastic bag in order to be picked up.
On your regular collection day place the sealed bag beside your Blue or Grey Box. Batteries must be visible to the collection staff.
Residents have a number of options to dispose of batteries year around if they miss their curbside collection date.