Public Works Departments in Suffolk County, Massachusetts manage a county or local government's public infrastructure, which can include public buildings, transportation infrastructure, public land, and public services. A Public Works office may manage Suffolk County recycling programs, including curbside collection of recyclable materials like paper, glass, aluminum, and plastic. They may also manage recycling centers that collect motor oil, batteries, e-waste, and tires. Public Works also offers information on recycling programs, the hours and locations of drop-off recycling facilities, and any fees for recycling services. Public Works Departments provide more information on Suffolk County recycling services online.
Boston Public Works Boston MA 54 Gibson Street 02122 617-635-7533
Boston Public Works Boston MA Rm 714, 1 City Hall Ave, Rm 714 02108 617-635-4959
Chelsea City Public Works Chelsea MA 500 Broadway, Ste 1 02150 617-466-4200
Winthrop Public Works Winthrop Town MA 100 Kennedy Rd 02152 617-846-1341
EPA Offices in Suffolk County, Massachusetts act as local branches of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, which enforces environmental protections to create a cleaner, healthier environment. EPA Offices may provide information on local Suffolk County recycling centers and other recycling programs, including curbside recycling, drop-off recycling, and e-waste recycling. They may also help residents access recycling facilities and accept reports of violations of recycling restrictions or environmental protection rules. Local Suffolk County EPA Offices also offer guidelines on encouraging recycling and issue grants for environmental education programs to promote recycling. EPA Offices provide more information about Suffolk County recycling services online.
US EPA Region 1 Boston MA 5 Post Office Square, 100 02109 888-372-7341