For a list of household hazardous waste collection dates, backyard composting workshops, and information about buying a backyard compost bin, click here to read and/or print out a Grafton-specific 2020 newsletter.
Open Burning Although Grafton does not have an open burning ordinance, the State does and the District encourages residents not to use burn barrels to get rid of garbage. Decades ago, most trash consisted of only paper, cardboard, and glass. Today, however, manufacturers use a host of synthetics in packaging, most of which release carcinogenic toxins into the air and soil when burned. Please do your part to protect Vermont's public and environmental health from toxics; talk to your neighbors about the dangers associated with burning trash.
Battery Recycling is Easier
now that the Town Office has volunteered to host a battery collection bucket. The upcycled kitty litter pail is outside the building so that it is available 24/7. Bring in your AA, AAA, C, D, hearing aid, coin cell, tool, and rechargeable household batteries.