Please click on the image above for a copy of Niagara Region’s Recycling Waste Sorting Guide (PDF format).
Niagara Recycling a locally owned and operated non-profit social enterprise company. Whose primary objectives are to provide cost effective and efficient recycling services to the Niagara Region, and to provide employment opportunities for developmentally challenged adults. Founded in 1974, Niagara Recycling now serves approximately 140,000 households, 250 industrial and commercial customers, and 125 schools covering 12 municipalities, processing approximately 77,000 tonnes of newspaper, magazines, catalogues, office paper, cardboard, boxboard, cartons and drink boxes, steel and aluminum cans and foil, glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles, containers, trays and lids, and plastic film.
For more information, visit the website Niagara Recycling
Sorting Your Recycling Matters
Niagara residents continue to demonstrate strong recycling habits with more than 80 per cent of households regularly using their Blue and Grey Boxes.
Participation is only the first step; properly sorting your Blue/Grey Box recyclables helps make recycling in Niagara more efficient; increases the revenue received from the sale of recyclables into the open market; and ensures that the materials collected at your curb are collected and recycled at Niagara Region’s Recycling Centre.
Improper preparation and sorting of your recyclables can result in:
- Materials not being recycled
- Reduced lifespan of landfills
- Increased cost to the taxpayer
For more information and a series of videos around recycling, please click on the LINK.