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Rutland Town (http://www.rutlandtown.com/)

  

MARIE HYJEK, CLERK-TREASURER
P.O. Box 225
Center Rutland, VT 05736


Telephone: 802-773-2528

HOURS:

Monday - Friday --8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
RUTLAND TOWN TRANSFER STATION, Post Road Extension, Rutland Town, Vermont

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Wednesdays 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Transfer Station Attendants - Anthony J. Flory and Wilfred C. Shackett
TRANSFER STATION FEE SCHEDULE
 
Residents can purchase a book of tickets at the Clerk's Office or at the transfer/recycling station.
No cash is allowed at transfer/recycling station.
Checks are accepted, however.
 
ITEM:
FEE:
RESTRICTIONS
30 gallon bag
$2.00
NO Hazardous Waste.
NO flammable liquids.
NO liquid paint or stain.
NO recyclables.
NO industrial waste.
NO Infectious waste.
Households that generate hypodermic needles, syringes, lancets, and other sharp objects should put the used items in a plastic bottle prior to disposal with their garbage.
CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION (BUILDING MATERIAL) DEBRIS
ITEM
FEE
Small pickup truck (no racks)
$10.00
Full-sized pickup trucks (no racks)
$20.00
Full-sized pickup trucks (no racks) - Contractor working for Town Resident
$25.00
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
LARGE HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES - Stove, sink, etc.
$10.00
MEDIUM HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES - Mattress, box springs, sofa, desk, recliner, console tv, hideaway bed, rug, etc.
$5.00
SMALL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES - Chairs, push mowers, bicycles, vacuums, portable tvs, small rugs, etc.
$2.50
CAR TIRES
$2.00
TRUCK TIRES
$5.00
RECYCLING INFORMATION

The following items are RECYCLED for FREE. Please put items in appropriate containers.

NOTE: TAKE THE TIME TO CRUSH ALL CARTONS!!!! Rutland town

 

ITEM
PREPARATION
GLASS CONTAINERS
1. Clear
2. Green
Rinse.
Remove tops.
No drinking glasses, light bulbs, mirrors, porcelain, auto or window glass.
TIN/ALUMINUM


All food and beverage containers, tin and aluminum cans, and clean pie pans and tin foil.
Rinse clean and remove labels.
Cut lids from cans.
NO scrap metal, lids from glass jars, paint cans or tar pails.
PLASTIC CONTAINERS
#2. HDPE - Natural (uncolored).

#2. HDPE - Colored.
Plastic milk jugs.
Rinse.
Remove tops.
NO clear plastic, shrink wrap, ketchup bottles or hard plastic.
PLASTIC CONTAINERS
#2. HDPE - Natural (uncolored).



Clear plastic soda, water, juice, and cooking oil bottles.
Rinse.
Remove caps and metal seals.
NO plastic wrap, toys, lids, caps, food trays or plastic bags.
PLASTIC CONTAINERS
#2. HDPE - (COLORED).
Plastic detergent, soap, shampoo, water bottles and cider jugs.
Rinse.
Remove tops.
NO baby wipes, food trays, or toys.
NEWSPAPER
(newspaper and inserts)
Keep dry.
NO envelopes, advertising mail, notebooks or books.
WHITE OFFICE PAPER, MAGAZINES, AND CATALOGS Envelopes and and phone books, also. NO string or plastic.
NO paperback books.
NO hardcover books.
CARDBOARD
Brown, double-walled material with wavy center used in most shipping boxes.
NO pizza boxes, yellow or waxed cardboard.
Household hazardous waste is accepted at the Rutland County Solid Waste District (RCSWD) (www.rcswd.com) Hazardous Waste Depot on Gleason Road in Rutland throughout the year. There is no fee for Solid Waste Alliance Community residents. Business hazardous waste is also accepted at the RCSWD Hazardous Waste Depot for a nominal fee.
*Seven (7) Computers, laptops, monitors, televisions, printers, and peripherals are accepted at many transfer stations/recycling centers throughout Rutland County for FREE from any Vermont resident. Please speak with Transfer Station Attendant for further information or visit www.vtecycles.org for collection locations.
     


 
 
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