Hanson

Hanson

Recycling in Hanson

Hanson’s Transfer Station offers various collection areas which accommodates for recyclable items and items for proper disposal. These collection areas are clearly marked to ensure ease of access.

Make sure you are recycling the right way.

Below is a Hanson
recycling guide for all items to be recycled or disposed of properly.

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Contact Information

HANSON TRANSFER STATION
201 Franklin St. (route 27) – Hanson
781-293-6619

OPEN:
Monday and Tuesday
8:30 AM – 4:45 PM
(closed for lunch 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM)

Friday, Saturday and Sunday
8:30 AM – 4:45 PM


Current Transfer Station Sticker Required

HAZARDOUS WASTE COORDINATOR
Department of Public Works
781-293-3138

HAZARDOUS PRODUCT DISPOSAL
SSRC
781-329-8318

SSRC BOARD MEMBER
Donna Tramontana
Health Agent, Board of Health

Hanson Recycling Guide

If you don’t see an item here that you need to recycle, donate, dispose of properly, or for other recycling options, visit the following pages:

RECYCLING A-Z
RECYCLING HOW-TO
WASTE BAN REGULATIONS
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS MATERIAL ACCEPTED
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS MATERIAL NOT ACCEPTED

MATERIALINCLUDESINSTRUCTIONS
Appliances (White Goods)
Refrigerators
Dehumidifiers
Microwaves
Air Conditioners
Freezers
Dishwashers
Residential Trash Compactors
Washers
Dryers
Ovens (Gas or Electric)
Water Coolers
Water Heater
$10 each

EXCLUDE:
Oil tanks
Drums
Propane tanks
Batteries
BatteriesLead Acid (from vehicles)
Rechargeable Batteries
Household Batteries
See attendant
Bottles – RedeemableBeverage containers with deposit
Bring to bottle shed. Proceeds benefit local youth organizations

EXCLUDE:
Non-redeemable containers (non-carbonated beverages)
Bulky Load3 or more bulky items$30 per load
CansBeverage, food cans
EXCLUDE: paint cans, plastic bags, windows, mirrors, light bulbs, cookware, tableware, styrofoam, hazardous fluid containers
ClothesAll Clothing and ShoesSee attendant
Corrugated and CardboardCardboard with wavy middle layerFlatten and remove all non-cardboard material

EXCLUDE:
Waxy coatings
Tape
Strapping
Staples
Food
Grease
FurnitureFurniture
Area Rugs, etc.
$10 each
Fluorescent Fixtures/CFL Light BultsCompact Fluorescent Lights
CFL Light Bulbs
See attendant
GlassAll Colors
Empty and clean all containers.
Caps, corks or lids removed. Labels are OK.

EXCLUDE:
Light Bulbs
Pyrex Cookware
Plate Glass
Mirrors
Drinking Glass
Windows
Auto Glass
Ceramics
Mattresses/Box SpringNo fee
MetalsAluminum
Tin
Steel
EXCLUDE:
Pain Cans
Aerosols
Petroleum products
Motor Oil
Motor Oil
See attendant
PaintsLatex and Oil-BasedLatex Paint: Leave can open to dry in a well ventilated area and throw in trash.

Oil-based Paint: Accepted on designated days only
Paper and Paperboard


NOTE: Plastic windows, labels, paper clips and staples are OK
Newspapers
Office Paper
White Paper
Colored Paper
Magazines
Catalogs
Junk Mail
Envelopes
Phone Books
Inserts
Shredded Paper (in paper bags)
Brown Paper Bags
Clean Pizza Boxes
Boxes (cereal, pasta, cracker etc.)
Milk Cartons
Juice Boxes
EXCLUDE:
Boxes with foil or silver coatings
Paper towels
Paper Plates
Paper Cups
Tissues
Waxed or plastic coated paper products
PlasticsPlastics labeled 1 – 7Wash/rinse thoroughly. Labels are OK.

EXCLUDE:
Plastic Utensils
Plastic Bags
Styrofoam
Film Containers
Chip bags
Plastic wrap
Sandwich Bags
Plastic Grocery bags
Propane Tanks or Butane CanistersSee attendant
Fee for Propane Gas Containers
TiresCar and Small TruckCar – $2 each
Truck – $5 each
TV and Computer MonitorsAll Visual MonitorsComputers: $10 each
Television up to 18″: $10 each
Television 19″ – 37″: $20 each
Television 38″ and up: $30 each
Yard WasteLeaves,
Grass Clippings
Place in composting area and removed from plastic or paper bags.

EXCLUDE: Brush

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