How do I dispose of Construction Debris?
Construction debris such as demo wood, asphalt shingles, bathroom fixtures, sheet rock, brick and concrete, metal studs, etc. are accepted  at theTransfer station.  Items should be separated and placed in designated areas.

How do I dispose of leaves, brush, and grass clippings?
Brush is accepted at the facility as well as leaves and grass clippings are accepted for free.

How can I dispose of large items such as refrigerators?
Refrigerators, other appliances, and other large items such as sofas, stuffed chairs, mattresses, etc. are accepted for a fee.

Are there other items I can dispose of?
Asphalt shingles, fluorescent lamps (including compact fluorescents – cfl’s), metal and oil are free as well.   TV’s, computers, stereos  and tires accepted for a fee.

Where can I dispose of items that you do not accept, such as hazardous waste, household chemicals or paint?
These items can be disposed of during our Annual  Household Hazardous Waste Day, this day is usually the first Friday in September.

Household hazardous waste includes the following types of chemicals:  Herbicides, pesticides, pool chemicals, solvents, weed killers, and oil-based paint.

Note: Latex paint is not considered hazardous, but is a liquid (not solid) waste and therefore cannot be disposed with other waste. Latex paint should have kitty litter or sawdust added to it to dry it, then it can be disposed with normal household trash.

Did you know:

Food scraps can represent 20% or more of the average household’s waste.  Transporting this heavy, wet material to is costly both financially and environmentally. The best way to reduce these costs is to compost food scraps right at home. Composting can be done in a pile in the backyard or in a specialized bin. Once you start diverting your food scraps from your waste stream and adding a carbon source such as leaves it won’t be long before you will have a great soil additive that you can use in your garden, flower bed, or lawn.

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