Additional Information

Since the town "dump" was capped in 1999, it has been replaced by the Waste Management Facility. This is a transfer station, everything that comes there must be sorted and stored for eventual disposal elsewhere. It is important that loads entering the gate be packed to facilitate easy and quick separation. Residential Curbside Trash Collection Most houses, condominiums and apartment buildings with fewer than five units are served by a weekly curbside trash pickup which is financed by town property taxes. Each residence is permitted up to 3 containers weekly (not to exceed 32 gallon capacity each.) Trucks will collect between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Call Town Hall to find the collection day for your street. Whenever a scheduled collection day falls on a holiday, that day's collection and all remaining collections for the week will be delayed one day. Yard Waste Leaves, grass clippings, vines, garden waste, hedge clippings may be taken to the town compost area on Blacksmith Shop Road. Hours are Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7:45 to 3:00. No Fee. Remove from bags. no brush or stumps. No flower pots. Town and State regulations ban the curbside disposal for incineration of the following items:
  • Bulky Wastes like sofas
  • Construction and Demolition Materials
  • Corrugated Cardboard
  • Explosives or Ammunition
  • Hazardous Wastes
  • Leaves and Grass Clippings
  • Recyclable Glass, Plastic and Metal Food Containers
  • Recyclable Paper

Residential Curbside Recycling

Curbside recycling is available every other week, on trash collection day, to all residents with curbside trash service. Consult the calendar distributed by the Recycler for service on your street. Call Republic Services at 800-352-7808 for missed collection.
  • Rinse and place in blue recycling bin plastic, glass and metal food containers - all colors and sizes
  • Labels maybe left on. Recycle aluminum food trays and foil. Should be rinsed clean
  • No Styrofoam. no window glass. no drinking glasses. no Plastic bags. They may be recycled at supermarkets
  • Place in paper grocery bag, or tie with string: newspaper with inserts, magazines, catalogs, phone books, junk mail, computer paper, paperboard, e.g., cereal boxes (remove plastic liners)
  • No egg cartons
  • No pizza boxes
  • Corrugated cardboard:
    • 2 feet by 2 feet
    • Flatten, no bigger than
    • No waxed cardboard
    • Tie with string
Household trash and recyclables which are collected curbside plus the following materials may be disposed of at the WMF.