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Transfer Station

Thanksgiving

In observance of Thanksgiving, the Public Works Department will NOT be collecting rubbish and recycling on Thursday, November 24, 2016.  The Thursday and Friday routes will be collected on Friday.

Additionally, the Transfer Station will be closed on Thursday but will be open on Friday as usual.

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Transfer Station Contact Information

Mark Richardson, Transfer Station Coordinator
Bob Desrosiers, Lead Solid Waste Operator
Tobi Eldridge, Solid Waste Operator
Dan Coughlin, Weigh Master

Phone: 603-929-5930
 
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
8:00AM – 3:00 PM
Thursday
  12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Closed Tuesday
 
Transfer Station/Resident Parking Sticker
You must have a sticker on your vehicle in order to use the facility.
Transfer Station/Resident Parking Stickers are available from the Town Clerk during regular hours of operation (click here for hours). Please bring proof of your Hampton residency/property ownership, and the current year tax bill.  The stickers are free!
 
Contractors wishing to use the Transfer Station
If you are a contractor doing work in Hampton you may be approved to bring your materials to the Transfer Station.  The materials that we collect are described on the Transfer Station Information Sheet.  In order to receive permission to dispose of materials a completed contractor is required.  Click here to download the form.   

Looking for additional information?

Driving Directions

Trash & Recycling Collection Schedule

Holiday Schedule

Transfer Station Information Sheet 

Cart Information

Single Stream Recycling Guide

Hazardous Waste Collection (HWC)
 (This information will be updated as new dates are determined each year. HWC is usually in the sping)

Prescription Medication Disposal

Disposal of Household Generated Sharps

Contractor Form

Additional Links:     NH Dept. of Environmental Services

VIDEO DISPLAY DEVICE – DISPOSAL INFORMATION

RSA 149-M: 27 makes it unlawful to dipose of video display devices in the trash.  Please click the link above to learn the proper way to dispose of unwant video display devices.

 

 

 

 

Cart Information

Cart Information Placement Remember your trash and recycling carts are to be placed at the curbside for collection only on the scheduled day of collection or the evening before collection and "shall not block sidewalks", driveways or create obstacles on the street that would hinder safe passage by any person or conveyance. Carts must be …

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Hazardous Waste

WHAT ARE HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD MATERIALS? Look in any storage cabinet in your home. Do you see products such as paint thinner, spot remover, oven cleaner, furniture polish, drain opener, pool chemicals and hair spray? These products are hazardous because they contain chemicals that are corrosive, explosive, reactive, flammable or toxic. When you look at these …

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