*Notice: As of 4/5/12 the "burn pile" is CLOSED.
Hours: Monday-Sunday 8:30 a.m. til 4:00 p.m.
Transfer Station Manager Thomas Brophy 367-5996
Transfer Station Attendant David Brophy 367-5996
The transfer station has a recycling building, take it or leave it area, garbage disposable, and burn area.
Please separate recyclables by the following categories:
- Newspaper, cardboard, magazines, box board
- Corrugated cardboard, provided not waxed box
- Plastic #2 only
- glass-any color; remove lids
The smaller building at the transfer station is for Mercury products:
- TVs/monitors a fee of $1.00 each
- Refrigerators and freezers a fee of $20.00 each
Other items that can be disposed of at the transfer station include:
- Demolition: sheetrock, coaches, etc $.10 per pound
- Shingles $.05 per pound
NEW BURN PILE REQUIREMENTS
Due to the increased amounts of brush and wood debris coming into the burn pile, and the cost for ash removal, The Town of Stonington will be charging the following rates for incoming loads:
1-ton loads/large truck: $35/load
Small utility trailer: $15/load or at Transfer Station attendant's discretion.
Brush will only be taken from 8:30am -12pm. No logs, stumps or firewood will be accepted. No mixing loads with brush and logs. Nothing over 4 inches in diameter will be taken.
It is strongly recommended to check with Transfer attendants or answering machine before coming to the dump to see if burn pile is open. The Transfer Station phone number is 367-5996.
The Town will continue to bill contractors or homeowners if they wish to do so, or don't have the money at the time of disposal. A sign-in sheet for disposal/billing is available from the Transfer Station attendant. Please make sure your address is correct! Non-payment of fees will result in loss of Transfer Station privileges. Resident dump stickers and contractors disposal permits are available at the Town Office.
Barrels at the front of the office doors are for the Bottle Fund Scholarship. The money will go towards supporting the education of local students.