A to Z Guide

Unsure of what to do with certain unwanted items? Maybe you have something that is too large for curbside collection, or potentially hazardous. Or items that could be reused or recycled?  ACSWMD has assembled this easy-to-use, alphabetized index to help you quickly find the information you need, to properly dispose of unwanted household items.

Acetylene Tanks

Aerosol Cans

Air Conditioners

Aluminum

Ammunition

Animals

Antifreeze

Appliances

Asbestos

Aseptic Containers

Ashes

Asphalt

Automobiles

Automotive Fluids

Ballasts

Barbeque Grills

Bathtub

Batteries

Bikes

Boats

Boilers

Books

Boxboard

Bricks

Brush

Bubble Wrap

Building Materials

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbonless Paper

Carpeting and Rugs

Cassette Tapes

CD Cases

CD/DVD Disks

Cell Phones

Cement

Child Car Seats

Christmas Lights

Christmas Trees

Clothes Hangers

Clothing

Computer Discs

Computers

Concrete

Confidential Documents

Construction and Demolition Waste

Cooking Oil and Grease

Copier Machines

Corks

Dairy Tubs

Dirt

Dishwashers

Drugs and Medications

Electronics

Exercise Equipment

Explosives

Fertilizer

Fire Extinguishers

Fireworks

Flares

Freezer/Ice Packs

Furniture

Gasoline

Glass

Grass

Greeting Cards

Helium Tanks

Household Goods

Juice and Soy Milk Boxes

Junk Mail

Kitty Litter

Lawn Mowers

Lead Fishing Gear

Leaves

Light Bulbs

Maple Sap Tubing Recycling Program

Mattresses

Medical Equipment, Used

Medical Waste

Medicines

Mercury-Containing Devices

Metal Food & Beverage Containers

Metal Items

Motor Oil and Filters

Oil Filters

Oil Tanks

Oil, Automotive

Oil, Motor

Oil, Vegetable

Oily Debris

Oxygen Tanks

Packing Peanuts

Pagers and PDAs

Paint and Paint Cans

Paper, Carbonless NCR

Pet Waste

Phone Books

Pizza Boxes

Plastics

Printer ink and toner cartridges

Propane Tanks

Salt Pellets

Scrap Metal

Smoke Detectors

Sod

Stumps

Styrofoam

Televisions

Tennis Balls

Textiles

Toner or Inkjet Cartridges

Tyvek Envelopes

Video Tapes

Wood, Clean

Yard Waste

Yogurt Containers

District Transfer Station Hours

M-F, 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM*
Sat, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM

*(Note:  HazWaste Center closes at 2:00 PM during the week.  See HazWaste hours below.)

Click here for Transfer Station Rate Schedule

HazWaste Center Hours

Mon-Fri, 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Sat, 8:00 AM – 1 PM

Contact ACSWMD

Addison County Solid Waste Management District

1223 Route 7 South
Middlebury, VT 05753

802-388-2333 (phone)
802-388-0271 (fax)

acswmd@acswmd.org

Location

The District Transfer Station, HazWaste Center, and Office are on Route 7 about 2 miles south of town, located on the east side of the highway between the U.S. Forest Service and Breadloaf Construction.

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