Plymouth will operates 3 transfer stations with recycling facilities through December 2013:
For hours and directions click here.
Surveillance cameras monitor all vehicles entering the transfer stations. Owners of vehicles that don't have a current transfer station permit will receive a violation notice and are subject to fines.
To purchase a transfer station permit, click here.
Disposal areas are also monitored by surveillance cameras for the disposal of materials banned by State regulation from disposal (310CMR 19.017). Please use the recycling services provided by the Town or by private entities for these materials. Violators are subject to penalties.
For recycling and solid waste disposal guidelines, click here.
Reduced rate compost bins and kitchen scrap buckets are on sale at all three transfer stations, as well as at the Highway Garage at 159 Camelot Dr. The Earth Machine sells for the wholesale price of $40.
Bulky, construction and demolition waste is not accepted at the municipal transfer stations. The Allied Waste Transfer Station on Beaver Dam Rd. accepts those materials for $9.50/100 lbs. Minimum charge is $10.
Starting July 1, 2013, all Plymouth residents who use the town’s transfer stations or town curbside pickup must use orange Town of Plymouth SMART/PAYT bags, which will be available at local stores.
Mercury is a heavy toxic silver liquid also found in thermostats, barometers and blood pressure cuffs. It is illegal to dispose of mercury containing products in the trash.
Bring your mercury thermometers and other mercury-containing items to one of Plymouth's Household Hazardous Waste Collections, Plymouth's Environmental Management Office at 11 Lincoln St., or to the Transfer Stations during regular hours and receive a free digital thermometer.
Fluorescent tubes may be brought to any of the transfer stations during regular hours, but are not eligible for swap.
Quantities are limited, certain parameters apply. Sponsored by Covanta SEMASS.