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Stormwater is excess rain or snowmelt that does not soak into the ground, and as it flows over rooftops, driveways, sidewalks, and roads, it picks up contaminants. Stormwater picks up that bit of spilled oil or gasoline in the driveway, or the discarded piece of chewing gum on the sidewalk, as well as excess fertilizer or pesticides from your lawn.
Where does Stormwater go?
Can contaminated Stormwater be harmful?
How can you help keep our natural resources clean?
What is the Town doing to keep our Stormwater clean?
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The Trash and Recycling Collection Schedule identifies the day(s) of your collection.
The Transfer Station hours can be found at by clicking here
The Town of Hampton, through the DPW, is now partnering with HELPSY to offer FREE curbside pick-up of clothing and household textiles for residents. Pickups will happen weekly on Saturdays. Residents can schedule a pickup online at www.helpsy.co/hamptonnh.
The new textile program will be going into effect on February 5, 2022. Anything you can wear, sleep in, or dry yourself off with is accepted! This includes any type of material composed of natural or synthetic fibers such as products made from wool, silk, linen, cotton, polyester, leather, vinyl, hemp, and rayon. Items can be donated in any condition (torn, worn, stained, missing buttons, broken zippers, etc.) as long as they are clean, dry, and odorless. Check out the guidance information below to help answer your questions:
According to the EPA, Textile waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the United States…occupying nearly 5% of all landfill space. The U.S. throws away 36 billion pounds of textiles each year…that is nearly 100 pounds per person. Of those discarded textiles, currently only 15% is recycled, but 95% could be.
Let's do our part to be Part of the Solution.
If you have any questions after reading the information above- please do not hesitate to call our main office at 603-926-3202.
If your mailbox was hit during snow removal operations, please call our office at 603-926-3202 to report the location and when it occurred.