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Buy a $10 green sticker from the Town Clerk at Town Hall and place item curbside by 7:00am on your regular trash day. Only one large item per household per collection day, please. For a full list of what items go curbside and what goes to the Transfer Station, please visit the Disposal Fees, Hours and Locations page.
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2018 Collection Schedule
Please visit the Highway division's Current DPW Projects page
Waste Management would like to hear from you; please call them directly at 800-972-4545.
Black Earth would like to hear from you; please call them directly at 978-290-4610.
Click to view the Disposal Fees, Hours and Locations page and the Yard Compost Site page.
Click to view the Disposal Fees, Hours and Locations page.
Please visit the Disposal Fees, Hours and Locations page for information.
Please refer to the Curbside and Transfer Station Banned Items page for information on how to dispose of these items.
Bring fluorescent bulbs to the transfer station.
Rechargeable and button batteries can be dropped at the DPW office, located in Room 6 at Town Hall and open Monday - Thursday from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
A small amount of construction waste may be placed curbside if entirely contained within an orange trash bag. No construction waste may be dropped at the transfer station, even in an orange bag.
Tires are not accepted at the transfer station and must be disposed of privately. View the MassDEP Waste Bans flyer for suggestions. Auto batteries can be taken to the Transfer Station with a pre-purchased $10 sticker, available from the Town Clerk at Town Hall. Please see attendant at Transfer Station for specific location details.
The Board of Health runs hazardous waste disposal days; please visit 2018 Hazardous Waste Collection for more information.
Call Kay in the DPW Office at 978-526-1242
Visit the Notify Me subscriber page on the Town website, and follow instructions to create a profile and choose the notifications you would like to receive.
Please call Sue at the DPW at 978-526-1242
Click here for Information about Town trees.