|Contact:||Varick Proper - Foreman|
|Address:||188 West Route 103|
PO Box 265
Warner NH 03278
|Hours:||8AM to 4PM Sat/Sun/Tue/Wed, Noon to 7PM Thu|
Temporary Changes Due to COVID-19
Effective immediately the recycling building is closed to the public. The Transfer Station will remain open as a drive through facility only. The right sided approach to the compactor will be closed. Trash will be directly deposited in the compactor as usual. Containers will be placed in the parking lot for the receiving of mixed steel and aluminum cans, cardboard, mixed paper, segregated plastics, and glass bottles.
All fees are hereby suspended. Transfer Station will not be accepting or handling cash or checks. With the exception of construction and demolition material, items associated with fees will still be accepted and deposited in the appropriate areas as directed by Transfer Station staff.
The Transfer Station will no longer accept items for reuse. We encourage the retention of said items for donation at a later date.
Additional Information and Links:
- Northeast Resource Recovery Association
- Solid Waste Ordinance
- Recycling Fees
- How do I get a sticker?
- What do I do with a paint can?
What do I do with a can of paint?
Empty steel cans (and all lids) go in with Tin Cans for recycling, if the bottom is black, then it's plastic, and it goes in the trash. Empty means that no paint pours out when it'd held upside down. Never dispose of a can with the lid on.
Cans that have been left to dry (and nothing pours out) can go in the trash. If you have a can of paint that's part full, you can harden the liquid by adding a hardener from the paint store, or stir in speedy dry or cat litter. Another way is to pour the paint onto any fabric (old sheet etc.) and let it dry in the sun for a few hours. When dry, roll it up and put it in the trash.
Oil based paints, varnishes, etc. have a once a year collection (usually in September). This is called Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) day The collection site is at the Highway Department, 190 West Route 103.
Most paints today are Latex and are not taken as HHW. So in most cases, the paint has to be dried to be dispose of.
How do I get a Sticker?
Transfer Station stickers are available at the Transfer Station during regular business hours.
Please have your vehicle registration available.