Welcome to Middlebury, Connecticut
Welcome to Middlebury, Connecticut

Transfer Station

MIDDLEBURY RESIDENTS ONLY . . . . . . . NO BUSINESSES OR CONTRACTORS

1 Service Road

Middlebury, CT 06762

(203) 577-4170 - phone
(203) 577-4169 - fax

 

Hours of Operation:

Tuesday thru Friday
7:00am to 2:45pm

Saturday - 7:30am – 3:15pm

 

Dan Norton

Director of Public Works

 

 

Visit the DEEP website to find out more about Composting

CLOSED

Sunday, Monday & Holidays

Many types of hazardous materials can be disposed of at one of 3 periodic Household Hazardous Waste Collections in the region each year. Click on the box below to find out when and where our region’s next HHWC Event is taking place.

Recycling Paint is more convenient than ever in Connecticut. Since the start of the Connecticut paint stewardship program on

July 1, 2013, Paint Care has set up 142 drop-off sites in Connecticut where the public can take unwanted, leftover paint for recycling. Most of these sites are at paint retailers (paint and hardware stores) that have volunteered to take back paint, and they are available to any household and business in Connecticut. These stores accept paint whenever they are open for business.

 

Click HERE to visit the Paint Care website.

The following materials WILL NOT be accepted at the Transfer Station.

Infectious or medical wastes, ammunition or other explosives, sewage waste or sludge, sealed containers, animal carcasses, radioactive material, liquid or slurry waste of any kind regardless of packaging or labeling, bricks, blocks, boulders, rocks, stones, dirt, tree stumps, or other non-combustible material, any containers that hold or once held hazardous material, any material deemed hazardous including but not limited to gasoline, pesticides & herbicides, chemicals, and mercury containing products.

Click HERE to visit the State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Protection's website

NO CHARGE FOR RECYLING OF THESE ITEMS   FEES ARE CHARGED FOR DISPOSAL OF THESE ITEMS
 

Newspapers, magazines, phone books, catalogs, bills, junk mail, computer paper, printouts.
 

Juice boxes and milk or juice cartons. Rinse and remove caps and straws.

Aluminum and steel food and beverage cans. (up to 3 gallons)

 

Aerosol cans - no spray paint, pesticides or other hazardous wastes.
 

Glass food and drink jars and bottles, rinsed and unbroken; labels are okay, discard caps but lids are okay.

 

Number 1-7 plastic containers. No Styrofoam or other foam plastics and no plastic bags, please.
 

Other plastic items – toys, buckets, coolers, etc. (see attendant)

 

Scrap metal; Tin, white metal, steel, aluminum, brass, copper, items made primarily from metal.

Motor oil, home heating oil, transmission oil, cooking oil, hydraulic oil, diesel, kerosene.

 

Antifreeze.

 

Automotive Batteries, tractor batteries, motorcycle batteries.

Propane Tanks, Helium Tanks.

 

Clothes.

 

Electronics; Computers, Monitors, Printers, TVs, VCRs, DVDs, Copiers, Fax Machines, Video Game Machines, I-Pods, I-Pads, PDAs, Modems, Key Boards, Computer Mice, Stereo Equipment, Telephones, Cell Phones, Cameras, Tablets and E Books, Microwaves, Other small appliances. 

 

Universal Waste; Light Bulbs, Fluorescent lamps, ballasts, rechargeable batteries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bulky waste/demolition waste is weighed and charged $5 for every 200 lbs.

 

Mattresses and box springs are charged $20 each item. ($40 for the set)

 

Sleeper sofas are charged for the weight of the sofa plus $20 for the mattress.

 

Tires are charged as follows:

CAR TIRES = $2
SMALL TRUCK TIRES = $5
LARGE TRUCK TIRES = $10

 

Devices containing FREON such as A/C units, refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers are charged $10 per unit.  


 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aluminum steel food and beverage cans (up to 3 gallons).

 

 

 

Sleeper sofas are charged for the weight of the sofa plus $20 for the mattress.

 

 

Aerosol cans - no spray paint, pesticides or other hazardous wastes

 

 

 

Tires are charged as follows:
Car tires: $2
Small Truck tires: $5
Large Truck tires: $10

 

Glass food and drink jars and bottles, rinsed and unbroken, labels are okay.  Discard caps but lids are okay

 

 

 

Devices containing FREON such as A/C units, refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers are charged $10 per unit.   

 

 

 

Number 1-7 plastic containers.  No styrofoam or other foam plastics and no plastic bags, please.

 

 

 

 

   

Other plastic items - toys, buckets, coolers, etc. (see attendant).

 

 

   

Scrap metal; tin, white metal, steel, aluminum, brass, copper, items made primarily from metal.

 

 

 

   

Motor oil, home heating oil, transmission oil, cooking oil, hydraulic oil, diesel, kerosene.

 

 

   

Antifreeze.

 

   

Automotive Batteries, tractor batteries, motorcycle batteries

 

   

Propane Tanks, Helium Tanks

 

   
Clothes    

Electronics; Computers, Monitors, Printers, TVs, VCRs, DVDs, Copiers, Fax Machines, Video Game Machines, I-Pods, I-Pads, PDAs, Modems, Key Boards, Computer Mice, Stereo Equipment, Telephones, Cell Phones, Cameras, Tablets and E Books, Microwaves, Other small appliances

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Universal Waste; Light Bulbs, Fluorescent lamps, ballasts, rechargeable batteries.

 

 

   
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