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Waste Disposal & Recycling at the Transfer Station

Town of Montville
Transfer Station
669 Route 163
Oakdale, CT.


Residents can drop off solid waste, bulky waste, and recyclables. The Town then "transfers" the waste materials to approved disposal and recycling sites.  Scroll below for more information on the Transfer Station. Click here to view the Solid Waste regulations as a Word document; here for a PDF file.


Hours of Operation
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays
8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Closed on the following holidays:  New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, the Sunday before Memorial Day, Independence Day, the Sunday Before Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

Solid Waste Collection & Disposal Regulations 

AnnualPass:  Montville residents annual passes run from July 1 to June 30 of the following year.  These permit stickers must be attached to the vehicle to be valid and are only available for purchase at the Transfer Station.

Annual Permit

$55.00 per vehicle  

Senior Permits
(must be age 60 or older)

$45.00 per vehicle

DayPass:   $3.00 per trip passes are available for household garbage at the Transfer Station.

Recyclable Items:  In addition to the curbside recycling collection program, the Town accepts the following items for recycling at the Transfer Station. There no fees to drop off recyclables.     

Bottles and cans, Aluminum, Plastic Containers, Milk & Juice Cartons/Boxes

Clean separated; glass food and beverage containers; aluminum food containers and beverage containers, #1-7 plastic bottles and jugs; milk cartons & juice boxes.

Cardboard

Corrugated boxes, and clean (no liners) food boxes only.  Tie into bundles or secure properly.

Newspapers & Miscellaneous papers

i.e., junk mail, newspapers, wrapping paper, cereal boxes (EMPTY). in brown paper bags or tied in bundles not more that 50 lbs.


Click here for more details about curbside collection.

In addition to the curbside recycling collection program, the Town, accepts the items listed below for recycling at the Transfer Station.  There are no fees to drop off recyclables.

Antifreeze

Accepted at the Transfer Station

Automotive & marine batteries

Lead Acid only-NO leaking cases.

Fluorescent light bulbs

These contain mercury, a known toxin

Household alkaline batteries

Dispose of in regular trash.

Leaves

Free of twigs and debris in brown paper bags.

Motor oil, used oil filters

Leave containers or ask for assistance.

Ni Cad Rechargeables

Accepted at the Transfer Station

Re-usable Household items

Place in the designated area.

Scrap electronics (Computers, monitors, televisions, VCRs, etc.)

Place in the designated area.

Scrap metal

Place in the designated area.

Used clothing

Place in the designated drop-off box.

Punch Cards for Bulky Waste Disposal:  This unique program was devised when the Town decided to no longer conduct curbside bulky waste collections.   Each year residents may obtain a “punch card” from the Transfer Station valid from July 1 through June 30 which allows property owners to dispose of a specific number of certain bulky waste items at no charge.  See below or call 848-0401 or 848-7473 for specifics.

This card allows you to dispose of the following items:

Item

#Punches

Cost for Additional Items

Burnable bulky waste

Two

$20 per cubic yard (approximate average size pick-up truck bed.)

Freon bearing appliances
(2 items)

Two

$25 per unit (refrigerators, freezers, etc.)

Mattresses/Box Springs/Stuffed Chairs

One

$25 per item

Non-burnable bulky waste

Two

$40.00 Per cubic yard

Propane tank

One

$10 for each 20 lb. tank (BBQ size.)

Sofas/loveseats/recliners

 Three

$25 per item

Tires (Two passenger tires OFF rims, 16” and under)

Four

$3 per tire($10 per passenger tire on rims, 16” and under.)

Recycling Saves Money!            Please join in and do your share!