Waste Management

Solid Waste Management Plan - Draft 7-6-2023

Wayne County has prepared a Draft Local Solid Waste Management Plan (LSWMP) identifying the path to be pursued for managing solid waste generated in Wayne County during a ten-year planning period in an economical and environmentally sound manner that is consistent with the State’s solid waste management policy. Wayne County will hold a public meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 26 at the Wayne County Planning and Economic Development Conference Room, 9 Pearl St. Lyons, NY for the purpose of presenting an overview of the Draft LSWMP at which time comments shall be heard. 

Pursuant to the revised Part 360 Solid Waste Regulations as promulgated by the State of New York Department of Environmental Conservation, the public has forty five (45) days in which to review and comment on the LSWMP. A copy of the Draft LSWMP will be available in hard copy for public review at the Wayne County Planning and Economic Development Office, 9 Pearl St. Second Floor, Lyons, NY or click here for a PDF copy of the draft plan

Written comments will be received unitl August 25 and can be submitted to:

Solid Waste Management Plan Draft Comments
Wayne County Economic Development & Planning
9 Pearl Street
Lyons, NY 14489 

Email: wayneplanning@co.wayne.ny.us 

NYS DEC is also updating their State Waste Management Plan and has developed a comprehensive approach to waste management and recycling for residents and business. https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/292.html

  1. Wayne County Planning Dept

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.