What is Single Stream Recycling?

The town's Single Stream Recycling program allows residents to put all recyclable items in one single container without separation. It also added more items to the list of accepted recyclables. Residential recycling can either be collected curbside by a town-licensed hauler or taken to the Transfer Station. See the Single Stream Recycling (PDF) for more information.

If greater capacity is needed, additional Recycling Blue Bins may be purchased at the Highway Department for $5.

The Highway Deptartment is located at 366 Church Hill Road and is open between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. For more information, telephone the Highway Department at 203-452-5070.

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1. How do I dispose of batteries?
2. How do I dispose of hazardous materials?
3. How do I dispose of light bulbs?
4. How do I dispose of paint?
5. How do I dispose of tires?
6. Is there anything the Transfer Station will not accept?
7. What is Single Stream Recycling?
8. What is the leaf pick up schedule?
9. Where can I buy a recycling bin, and what is the cost?
10. Where can I dispose of batteries used motor oil and anti-freeze?
11. Where can I dispose of leaves and brush?
12. Where can I find information on the Large Waste Pickup program?
13. Where / How can I pay for demolition materials disposal at the Transfer Station?
14. Where is the Transfer Station and what are its hours?
15. Who will pick up my trash/garbage?
16. Why can't I purchase dump/demolition tickets at the Transfer Station?
17. Will the town remove debris after a storm?
18. Do I need to pay to use the Transfer Station?