- Sustainable Trumbull
- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Transfer Station / Recycling Center
The Transfer Station is a processing site where Trumbull, Monroe, and Easton residents can bring their local waste and recycling items. Waste is temporarily collected before it is transported to disposal in an incinerator, landfill, hazardous waste, or recycling facility.
Recycle vs. Wish-Cycle
Recycle Right. Every Time. Use this Guide to learn What's In and What's Out of your recycling bin.
Monthly Recycling Drive
The Sustainable Trumbull teams hosts a monthly recycling drive on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Trumbull High School.
Textile Recycling Program
Lear more about the Bay State Textile Recycling Program.
Plastic Film Collection
Plastic film, such as produce bags, dry cleaning bags, the wrap around paper towels and diapers, and more, can be recycled along with plastic bags. Give your plastic film a second life through recycling.
Crayola ColorCycle is a sustainability initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers.
Skip the Straw
More than 500,000,000 straws are used once and tossed every day in this country. Ocean Conservancy ranks plastic straws as the number five most commonly found item on beaches. Straws are not recycled, so they wind up in landfills, litter streets, wash into streams and add to the estimated 8.5 million metric tons of plastic debris in oceans annually.
Cut Out Cutlery
Join Habit of Waste's campaign to #CutOutCutlery and change habits of single-use plastic cutlery to reduce the 40,000,000,000 plastic utensils that are thrown away each year. Be a "HoW Changer" by using reusable cutlery and refusing plastic!
Learn some easy ways to recycle and reduce waste.