How can I recycle batteries?
Household batteries (AAA, AA, C, D, 6-volt, 9-volt, and nickel-cadmium rechargeable) may be dropped off for recycling Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Batavia Public Works Facility. Learn more about curbside recycling online. Hearing aid, watch, and car batteries are not accepted at Public Works.

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1. What time should my trash be out?
2. What is the largest can size I can use?
3. Do I need to separate my recyclables?
4. How can I dispose of large items or construction debris?
5. Is there a limit on the amount of recyclables that can be placed out each week for collection?
6. How can I dispose of white goods or appliances?
7. How can I dispose of an old toilet?
8. What can I do with cans of old paint?
9. Are Styrofoam and packing peanuts recyclable?
10. How can I dispose of old carpet or wood?
11. Why is my refuse and recycling put together in the truck?
12. Do I need to rinse containers and remove labels? What about pizza boxes?
13. How can I recycle batteries?