Commercial customers use the Rock Cut Road Transfer Station Monday through Friday
Syracuse, N.Y. (August 19, 2020) — The Ley Creek Transfer Station in Liverpool offers trash and recycling drop off to residential customers Thursday through Saturday.
Previously, the site served both residential and commercial customers Monday through Friday. With commercial customers moved to the Rock Cut Road Transfer Station this summer, a new Thursday through Saturday operating schedule at Ley Creek was developed to better accommodate residents’ needs.
“OCRRA is pleased to serve commercial customers Monday through Friday at the newly renovated Rock Cut Road Transfer Station and provide residential trash and recycling services at the Ley Creek Transfer Station Thursday through Saturday,” said Dereth Glance, OCRRA Executive Director.
Ley Creek Transfer Station – Residential Vehicles ONLY 5158 Ley Creek Drive, Liverpool
- Thursday – Friday, 6:30 am – 1:30 pm.
- Saturday, 8:00 am – 11:30 am.
- Closed Sunday.
To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, all customers visiting any OCRRA site must maintain a 6-foot social distance from others and masks must be worn at all times on site.
Wondering what can be disposed of at the Ley Creek Transfer Station? Search OCRRA’s “How do I get rid of…” database at the top of every page at www.OCRRA.org.
Ley Creek Transfer Station fee details are below.
LEY CREEK RESIDENTIAL FEES
Cash or check only, no credit cards (Commercial customers will be directed to OCRRA’s Rock Cut Road Transfer Station)
- Cars and minivans: $15
- Pickup trucks, SUVs, vans, single-axle trailers: $30
Additional Disposal Fees
- Fees charged in addition to regular disposal fees
- Appliances with refrigerants (CFCs): $15 each
- Mattresses: $15 each
- Microwaves: $5 each
- Passenger tires up to 20” in diameter (Rims must be removed. Limit 10 tires.): $7 each
Other Fees and Services:
- Residential recyclable drop-off: FREE
- Residential trash bag stickers: $3/sticker
- Untarped vehicle fee: $25
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About OCRRA: OCRRA is a not-for-profit public benefit corporation created by the New York State Legislature in 1990 to deliver a comprehensive solid waste management and resource recovery system to Onondaga County residents. OCRRA’s system includes: a strong recycling and composting program, a foundation for local waste disposal at the Waste-to-Energy Facility, convenient trash and recycling drop off sites, a robust education component and programs for hard to manage materials, such as household hazardous waste, batteries, fluorescent bulbs and other mercury-containing devices. OCRRA’s award-winning programs are funded by trash drop-off fees and the sale of electricity generated at the Waste-to-Energy Facility in Jamesville, NY. Learn more and get involved at www.OCRRA.org, or follow us on Facebook.