Books & Videos


Books, undamaged used CDs, DVDs, tapes, records, sports cards and comic books. Host town or organization receives a weight based rebate.


Abington Town Hall
500 Gliniewicz Way

Norma Kent Pastoral Counseling Center
10 Bedford Street


Kingston Transfer Station, Cranberry Rd.
M Noon–7:45PM;  TWSS 8AM-3:45PM
Residents only

Kingston Elememtary School, 150 Main St.


Duxbury Transfer Station, Mayflower St.
Wed-Sun, 8AM-4PM
Residents only

Duxbury Student Union, 147 St. George St.

Manomet Transfer Station
Tu, Th, Sat, Sun 8AM-4PM
Residents only


Hanover Transfer Station
118 Rockland St
Fri-Tues, 8AM-4:30PM
Residents only

Rockland Recycling Center                          
Beech St
Tues-Sat 8:30AM-3PM
Residents only
Hanson Transfer Station, 201 Franklin St.
residents only
First Baptist Church, 214 Main St.
First Congregational Church
639 High St


Scituate Transfer Station, 280 Driftway St
Fri -Tues 8:00-3:30
Residents only

Christ Lutheran Church
460 Cushing Highway

Hingham,Transfer Station, Hobart Street, Thurs-Sun: 7AM-4PM
Residents only
First Baptist Church of Hingham
85 Main St  (6 foot gray container)


Weymouth DPW, 120 Winter St.
Mon-Fri, 8:30-4:30
Residents only

Tufts Library, 46 Broad Street
(8 foot gray container)


Lillian Jacobs Elementary School
180 Harborview Road



































Helpsy (fka Recycle That) sorts through donations to find their best use. They pay the host town or organization a rebate for material helpsycollected.  Books are sold online, given to town libraries to be sold in their book sales, and to prisons, senior centers, kindergartens and other groups in need.   Items that are badly damaged or of no use to anyone are recycled.

Helpsy also recycles used texxtiles.

More than_wordsMore Than Words (MTW) is a nonprofit social enterprise that empowers youth who are in the foster care system, court involved, homeless, or out of school to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business.

By working as a team to manage their own retail and online used book business, café, and community space, youth develop the employment skills, leadership, and self-confidence they need to successfully transition to adulthood.

In addition to store-based job training, youth are engaged in personal transition planning and case management to support their progress towards employment and education. Find a collection container, or learn about hosting one, by clicking here