Welcome to the online home of the Addison County Solid Waste Management District. Here you will find details about our programs and services, district news and publications, and practical information to help you properly recycle or dispose of household and business waste items.
The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. Read more
The Addison County Solid Waste Management District Board of Supervisors adopted a rate change on June 18, 2015. Effective 7/25/2015, the District Transfer Station in Middlebury will increase its rate for single stream recyclables from Commercial Haulers by $25/ton to a new rate of $50/ton.
For more information, please call the District at 802-388-2333 or email the office at email@example.com.
A copy of the revised 2015 Rate Sheet will be posed on the district’s website at www.AddisonCountyRecycles.org.
The Addison County Solid Waste Management District Board of Supervisors amended its Solid Waste Implementation Plan (SWIP) on May 21, 2015 to comply with the new State Solid Waste Plan that was revised to incorporate the mandates of the new Universal Recycling Law (Act 148). Read more
Soilsaver compost bins and NEW “Sure-Close” kitchen collectors are now available at the District Transfer Station. Read more
Vermont’s new solid waste law, Act 148, is the most significant change to VT solid waste law since 1987. Read more
The Addison County Solid Waste District is now offering grants for schools in our District for waste reduction, recycling, or composting initiatives. Read more
Single-use household battery manufacturers that sell or manufacture their products in the state of Vermont will be required to plan, implement, and manage a statewide battery collection program by 2016, per a bill passed recently by the Vermont House of Representatives.
Post-Consumer Paint Take-Back Program to Begin Summer 2014
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin signed a bill on June 3rd that will require manufacturers to fund and operate a post-consumer paint take-back program across the state. This law, which was passed by both houses of the legislature in late May, ensures the environmentally responsible end-of-life management of leftover architectural paint throughout the State of Vermont, while shifting the managerial and financial burden away from the state and local governments. Read more
In order to promote an increase in the amount of recyclable, compostable or reusable materials diverted from disposal, the District has established a new Grant Fund to provide funds for municipal capital projects that are consistent with our mission. Read more
The District is pleased to announce that we will be a registered collector under Vermont’s new E-waste Recycling Program. Vermont’s electronic waste law banned the disposal of electronic waste starting January 1, 2011 and will provide convenient collection of certain electronic waste for all households, charities, school districts, and small businesses in Vermont for free. Read more