Recycling & Solid Waste

Reducing the average tonnage of household solid waste is a priority and the Select Board encourages residents to challenge themselves to reduce their household solid waste by keeping more out of the solid waste stream. There is so much that can be reused or recycled. Reducing what goes into the solid waste stream and improving the environment begins with you.

Don't Treat it Like Garbage

If you are not an avid recycler or you are wanting to do more to help the environment, start by making small habit changes and gradually increase from there. The Transfer Station offers great opportunities to reduce what goes into the solid waste stream.

Smart Recycling and the Recyclopedia

Recycling Smart this Holiday Season

What More Can You Do to Throw Away Less?

Follow the links below for information on recycling, composting, and donating at Weston's Transfer Station so you can further reduce your household trash.

If you don't have a Permit or a Recycle Only permit, find information about how to obtain a permit and the application online. The Recycle Only permit is a great way to gain access to the Transfer Station to take advantage of all of the recycling opportunities, yard waste disposal, and the Brush Dump.