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Recycling in Plymouth

Manomet Transfer Station
Effective April 2, 2018, the town will require glass to be separated from the commingled (tin, plastic, steel & aluminum) material brought into the Transfer Station.

A separate container for the disposal of glass will be labeled as such and made available for this purpose.

Make sure you are recycling the right way.

Below is a Plymouth recycling guide for all items that can be recycled and properly disposed

Contact Information

MANOMET TRANSFER STATION
350 Beaver Dam Rd. – Manomet
508-830-4162 x100

OPEN:
Friday-Tuesday, 8:00 AM – 4 PM

Available to all residents with a current Transfer Station Access or Recycling Only Sticker.

HAZARDOUS WASTE COORDINATOR
Marine & Environmental Affairs
508-747-1629 x10201

HAZARDOUS PRODUCT DISPOSAL
SSRC
781-329-8318

SSRC BOARD MEMBERS
Jonathan Beder
DPW Director


Kerin McCall, Hazardous Waste Manager
Marine and Environmental Management Department

Plymouth 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
AppliancesFreon: $20 each
Non-Freon: $10 each
AutomotiveAntifreeze
Batteries
Oil (no contaminants)

Batteries (Rechargeable)Cell Phone Batteries
Rechargeable Batteries
ClothesAll Clothing and Shoes
Cardboard (Corrugated)Clean Corrugated cardboard
Boxes
Pizza boxes (with greasy liner removeed)
EXCLUDE:
Dirty, greasy or waxed cardboard
Fluorescent LightsAll Types
GlassBottles
Jars
EXCLUDE:
Broken glass
Cups
Dishes
Plates
Pyrex
Glass windows
Light bulbs
Ceramics
Mirrors
Crystal
Grass Clippings and LeavesGrass Clippings
Leaves
Mercury Fluorescent bulbs
Thermometers
Other mercury Products

NewspaperNewspaper
Inserts
Paper (Mixed)




Mail and envelopes
Magazines & catalogs
Paperboard (cereal boxes, shoe boxes)
Office paper
Writing or ledger paper
Paperback books
Paper bags
Greeting cards
Wrapping paper
Shredded paper (Put in a paper bag)

Staples, paperclips, spirals & plastic windows are OK
EXCLUDE:
Paper towels
Facial tissues
Napkins
Cigarette packs
Candy wrappers
Waxed or plastic-coated paper oiled paper
Wrapping tissue paper
Foil wrapping paper
Boxes with silver or foil coatings
Dirty, greasy or plastic-coated items
PlasticAll Plastic Items numbered 1 to 7EXCLUDE:
Cups
Dishes
Plates
Pyrex
Glass windows
Light bulbs
Ceramics
Mirrors
Crystal
Plastic bags
Food wrap
Styrofoam
Ice Cream Boxes
Margarine or cream cheese boxes
Automotive fluid bottles
Propane Tanks$2 each
Scrap MetalLarge and small items
TiresCar and Small Truck$5 each (more in some cases)
TV and Computer MonitorsAll Visual Monitors$15 each

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