Trash should be placed in white, clear, or trasparent bags or in a container with a lid. Oswego County has a Solid Waste and Recycling Local Law that requires all waste generated or collected within Oswego County must be delivered to Oswego County Solid Waste Facilities.
Oswego County's Transfer Stations
Keep in mind that haulers do not pick up furniture, refrigerated appliances, used motor oil, electronics or household batteries. These items can be brought to the Transfer Stations!
Oswego County's Payment Options
Cash or Check: Make payable to Oswego County Department of Solid Waste, $20 return check fee
Credit Card: $3.50 surcharge OR 3.5% for over $100
Local Law, Penalties & Fines
Below is a schedule of civil penalties that in accordance with Local Law 2 of 2011 Section 5, entitled "Oswego County Recycling and Solid Waste Local Law"
|Business use of residential sticker||$100||$500|
|Multiple household use of residential sticker||$50||$150|
|Disposing of source separated recyclables / mixing same with trash (res. haulers)||$500||$1,000|
|Failure to provide for recyclable collection||$250||$500|
|Roll-off taken for out of county disposal||$250||$1,000|
|Residential / commercial packer truck taken for out of county disposal||$250||$1,000|
|Trailer taken for out of county disposal||$500||$2,000|
Commerical Trash Disposal Options
Oswego County Solid Waste and Recycling Local Law 2 of 2011, Section 4, 9 "Flow Control" requires all waste, including Construction & Demolition Debris generated or collected within Oswego County to be delivered to Oswego County Solid Waste Facilities.