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THIS PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

NEW TRANSFER STATION FEES ARE IN EFFECT 1/15/19
Click here for a schedule of fees

 

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Transfer Station Contact Information

Ryan Sharpe, Transfer Station Foreman
Dan Coughlin, Lead Solid Waste Operator
Stephen Vitale, Solid Waste Operator
Peter Reed, Weigh Master

Phone: 603-929-5930
Hours of Operation:
Open every day 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
EXCEPT closed on Tuesday
open 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Thursday 

The following links will provide you with information about the Transfer Station. If you have additional questions or need assistance please feel free to contact us at (603) 926-4402 or (603) 929 -5930.

  

Call All
registration click here.

Cart application
for trash and recycling click here.

Collection schedule
for trash and recycling click here.

Contractor form for contractors to use the Transfer Station click here.


Directions
to the Transfer Station Driving Directions.

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Refuse & Recycling 

Cart Information

Hazardous Waste Collection (HWC) (June 23, 2018)

 NH Dept. of Environmental Services

Hazardous waste questions: click here for additional information.

Latex water based paint is not considered household hazardous waste. To dispose of of it at the Transfer Station the paint must be completely dry.
To learn  about how to dispose of latex water based paint click here.

Recycling questions: Please visit Waste Management’s website by clicking here . Waste Management has detailed information on how and what to recycle. For further information contact us at (603) 926-3202.

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 …

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 …