Windsor

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

Your solid waste district hosts four free events annually on the second Saturdays in May and September.

Next HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTIONS

 

EYEGLASSES

The local non-profit Lions Club collects used eyeglasses and hearing aids for distribution to the needy in developing nations. All types of eyeglasses and sunglasses, prescription and non-prescription, are acceptable. Reading glasses, too.  No eyeglass cases.  Look for the yellow Lions collection box by the exit at the Windsor Price Chopper.

 

ELECTRONICS

WinCycle, 59 Main Street in Windsor, accepts electronics for a fee. There are sites in the District, however, that will take certain electronics for free. Keep reading for more information.

FREE recycling of certain e-waste (computers, computer monitors, CRT-containing devices, printers, and TVs) began on July 1, 2011. For the details, click on the Department of Environmental Conservation's website.  Vermont was the twenty-first state in the country to enact an e-waste law.  The program is open only to Vermont residents, charities, school districts, and small businesses with up to ten employees. In our District, the Cavendish, Ludlow, Rockingham, Springfield, and Weathersfield transfer stations have registered as free collection sites.  Any Vermont resident can recycle his or her e-waste at those sites.

 

PAINT

Empty/dry metal paint cans (covers removed) can be recycled with scrap metal.

Latex, as well as oil-based paint, is now accepted at the District's four annual household hazardous waste collections on the second Saturdays in May and September. In addition, several retailers in the District accept paint year-round at the following locations:

  • Aubuchon Hardware in Windsor
  • Bibens Home Center in Springfield
  • Sherwin-Williams in Springfield
  • LaValley Building Supply in Ludlow

These retailers only accept paint in labeled, non-rusty cans. Bring all other paint cans to the household hazardous waste collections.

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UNSOLICITED MAIL

To receive less national advertising mail, the Direct Mail Association has a program called DMAchoice.  To register, click on "Get Started."  The organization will charge $1.00 to place your name and home address in a "do-not-mail" file for three years.

TrustedID is a great way to cut down on unwanted catalogs that show up in your mailbox.  Click on www.catalogchoice.org to find out more information.

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LICENSED RUBBISH HAULERS IN WINDSOR:

 

  • Jeff Hook owns Jeff's Rubbish Removal  674-6636

Mr. Hook runs a "Fast Trash" program on Route 5, just north of Price Chopper, on Wednesday, 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. He charges based on the volume of trash that a customer brings in. Or contract with him to pick up trash curbside.

  • Pete Johnson owns Johnson's Hauling  674-2312

 

Curbside Trash Collection:

 

  • Casella Waste Services  800-248-7274
  • A.B.L.E. Waste              802-672-3569

  • Jeff's Rubbish Removal         674-6636

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Rev. August 2014

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Southern Windsor/Windham Counties Solid Waste Management District

P. O. Box 320  •  Ascutney, VT  • 05030
Phone • 802-674-9235    -   E-mail  •  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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