Wayne County Waste Haulers Reporting and Registration
Local Law 7-1989 requires that all waste haulers who operate within the boundaries of Wayne County, New York must register annually (See License Application below) with the County Planning Dept. and must provide quarterly reports on the tonnage of solid waste and recyclables collected.
Documents pertaining to this law, along with rules and regulations, annual license application and quarter report are linked below. Once registered and licensed, each waste hauler will be sent county-issued vehicle identification stickers for each waste hauler vehicle registered. The list of items required are as follows:
- Annual License Renewal with applicable fee ($25 per waste/recycle hauling vehicle)
- Annual Certificate of Insurance Coverage (County is NOT an additionally insured entity.)
- Quarter Reports (Due the month following the end of the quarter.)
Documents can be emailed to our office or sent by regular mail. Checks must be mailed.
Mailing address is Wayne County Planning, 9 Pearl St., Second Floor, Lyons, NY 14489.
Violation of this ordinance may result in daily fines accruing until registration or reporting is complete. Please contact us if there are any questions regarding these requirements .
Licensed Wayne County Waste Haulers
|COMPANY NAME||LOCATION||PHONE||RENEWAL DATE||OTHER|
|Waste Management of NY||Main Office Rochester, NY||585-254-3500||2/11/2023||21 trucks|
|Al's Disposal||Main Office Newark, NY||315-331-8879||10/1/2022||2 trucks|
|D&L Disposal II||Main Office Newark, NY||315-331-7173||5/11/2022||3 trucks|
|K&D Disposal||Main Office Newark, NY||315-331-3889||6/7/2022||29 trucks|
|Finger Lakes Refuse Disposal||Main Office Canandaigua, NY||585-394-6055||12/16/2022||2 trucks|
|Community Waste||Main Office Red Creek, NY||315-283-4856||1/4/2023||1 truck|
NYS Pollution and Waste Reduction Suggestions
Wayne County looks to NYS for guidance on a variety of waste-related issues. Chemical and pollution control is at the core of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's (DEC) mission, to protect New York's natural resources and our environment. Through the promotion of environmentally sound use of products, including chemicals and pesticides; environmental cleanup and monitoring programs; and effective laws and regulations, DEC enhances the health, safety and welfare of the people of New York. For a complete and comprehensive list and description of various pollution reduction methods in NYS, please visit the NYS DEC Chemical and Pollution Control page at https://www.dec.ny.gov/25.html.