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Location: Paine District Road.  The Woodstock Transfer Station is open to Woodstock residents, businesses and property owners only.  A permit is required for entry - stickers are available from the Town Clerk's Office at the Town Hall.
The Transfer Station Attendant will assess incoming loads for determination of applicable fees.  This includes pickup truck and trailer loads.
OPEN 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

 

Bulky Waste - household waste such as chairs, couches, mattresses, rugs, televisions, shingles and demolition debris, clean and painted wood. NO garbage, recyclable scrap metal, paint or household hazardous waste.  Special fee for some items.BULKY WASTE - household waste such as mattresses/box springs, oversized municipal waste, insulation, agricultural plastic sheeting, large toys, sleeper-sofas (remove springs), carpet, shingles, sheet rock, couches and stuff chairs. NO garbage, recyclable scrap metal, paint or household hazardous waste. There are special permit fees for some items/loads

Permit required--available at Town Clerk's Office.

See the Town of Woodstock Website for information on fees, construction debris permits, stickers and regulations 

Take it or leave it shedTake it or leave it (swap) shed - useable items ONLY.  NO computers or televisions, nothing broken, no clothing.

Scrap Metal - Barbecues, water heaters, old lawn mowers, iron piping, motors, stoves, metal furniture, washers, dryers.  NO propane canisters.SCRAP METAL- Barbecues, water heaters, old lawn mowers, iron piping, motors, stoves, metal furniture, washers, dryers. NO propane canisters.

Tires - car, bicycle, motorcycle and truck tiresTIRES - car, bicycle, motorcycle and truck tires

Newspaper - including advertising supplements, TV guides, paperback booksNEWSPAPER - including advertising supplements, TV guides, paperback books. Tie into bundles or place in a brown grocery bag for easy handling. No plastic bags.

StyrofoamSTYROFOAM- no recycling outlet currently available

TV, Computer Monitors, CPUs - recycled in designated storage trail (special fee applies)
Cardboard - corrugated cardboard (has waxy inner liner), unwaxed household cardboard (e.g., cereal boxes without plastic liner, cracker boxes, paper towel rolls, beer boxes, spaghetti boxes, toilet paper rolls)CARDBOARD - corrugated cardboard (has waxy inner liner), unwaxed household cardboard such as cereal or food boxes without liners (no pizza boxes) cracker boxes, paper towel rolls, beer boxes, toilet paper rolls shoe boxes, beverage cartons.

OFFICE

FLUORESCENT LIGHT BULBS 

Junk Mail, Magazines - school papers, catalogs (window envelopes may be included)JUNK MAIL, MAGAZINES- school papers, catalogs (window envelopes may be included), Tie into bundles or place in a brown grocery bag for easy handling. No plastic bags.

Refrigerators - special feeSCRAP APPLIANCES - (special fee applies) "White goods" such as refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers containing freon. Doors must be removed.  Staged next to office.  Check on CL&P recycling program (pick up and pay) for working appliances.

METAL CONTAINERS - Clean steel/aluminum cans, aluminum food trays, aluminum foil, empty aerosol cans, empty paint and varnish cansTIN CANS AND METAL FOOD CONTAINERS- Clean steel/aluminum cans, aluminum food trays, aluminum foil, empty aerosol cans, empty paint and varnish cans.  Rinse cans well. Lids may be left attached.  Metal caps and aerosol cans are okay.

Green Glass - food and beverage containersBROWN AND GREEN GLASS- food and beverage containers.  Also tinted glass (wine bottles and blue bottles).  No window panes or mirrors.

Clear glass - food and beverage containersCLEAR GLASS - food and beverage containers. No window panes.  <

Fee for couch/stuffed chair, mattress/box spring, TV/computer monitor, tires, and appliances containing freon

TELEPHONE BOOKS
USED CLOTHING - (drop off box).  Place in plastic bags, please tie pairs of shoes together.  Do not leave clothing outside of drop off box.
Milk jugs. Rinse well (no sour milk!).  Remove and discard colored tops.  Please stomp on milk jugs to save space.  NO plastic bags, Clear PET #1 plastic containers or colored #2 HDPEMILK JUGS -  Rinse well ( no sour milk!). Remove and discard colored tops. Please stomp on milk jugs to save space. NO plastic bags, Clear Pet #1 plastic containers or colored #2 HDPE.

Lead/Acid Batteries - car, boat, tractor.  Cracked and uncapped batteries NOT acceptedLEAD ACID BATTERIES - car, boat, tractor, rechargeable batteries. Cracked and uncapped batteries NOT accepted. Household (alkaline-flashlight) batteries can be discarded with normal household trash.

JUICE CARTONS - rinse well and flatten

RecycleCOLORED HDPE # 2 PLASTIC - milk jugs, colored detergent bottles with HDPE # 2 on bottom, fabric softener bottles, bleach, etc. Rinse well and remove and discard tops. No plastic toys, 5 gallon plastic buckets, laundry baskets or motor oil containers.  No plastic motor oil bottles

Used AntifreezeUSED ANTIFREEZE
PROHIBITED ITEMS: Household hazardous waste (wait forProhibited items:  Household hazardous waste (wait for a NECRRA collection day), vehicle bodies, explosives, chemicals, hot ashes or other volatile materials, liquid or semi-solid waste, wood or brush exceeding 3" in diameter, stumps, asbestos, stones, boulders, cinder blocks, concrete, dead animals, vermin, or closed drums or barrels a NECRRA collection day), vehicle bodies, explosives, chemicals, hot ashes or other volatile materials, liquid or semi-solid waste, wood or brush exceeding 3" in diameter, stumps, asbestos, stones, boulders, cinder blocks, concrete, dead animals, vermin, or closed drums or barrels

Waste Oil - motor oil, brake fluid, automatic transmission fluid, used oil from internal combustion enginesWASTE OIL - motor oil, brake fluid, automatic transmission fluid, used oil from internal combustion engines.  No gasoline or paint-related products.

 

More Information and References:

Conservation Commission
One thing you can't recycle is wasted time.

- Anonymous