- Video display units (televisions, computer monitors, etc) are no longer general trash, and must be disposed of as hazardous waste.
- "Sharps" (hypodermic needles) must be encased in a secure container and be physically handed to a Station employee. Residents contracting curbside pickup are asked not to include sharps or other medical waste in their weekly trash.
- Sheetrock (drywall) and porcelain products (toilets, etc.) are considered demolition waste.
- Elderly residents are encouraged to seek the assistance of staff when disposing of heavy or bulky materials that may result in their injury.
- In the interest of their health and safety, we ask that your children aged six and under remain in your vehicle as you dispose of your items.
- Fuel tanks must be removed prior to disposal of any motorized equipment. Also, all fluids should be drained.
- All products containing intentionally-added mercury are prohibited from disposal at the Transfer/Recycling Station. These items include, but are not limited to, thermometers, thermostats, electrical relays, and fluorescent and CFL light bulbs. Please check the product label to ensure no mercury content.
- Because of handling issues, we would ask residents to contain shredded paper in a cardboard box or paper bag when depositing it at the Transfer Station. Please dispose of these items with the general trash as they are difficult to handle in a single-stream process. We thank you for your cooperation and compliance.
- Fluorescent bulbs can be recycled at the Transfer Station. Please see Transfer Station Staff for appropriate location.
- The Transfer Station no longer accepts commercial construction/demolition waste (C&D). All commercial entities should divert their C&D to an alternative disposal location. Residents may continue to bring their C&D in their own vehicle.
If you have any questions, please contact the Station at 603-426-5102.