January 16, 2022  4:40 PM 

Transfer Station

Transfer Station Stickers - Strict enforcement has been implemented. Anyone who does not have a Transfer Station sticker will have one week from today to obtain a sticker from the Town Hall. Starting Wednesday, October 21, 2020 - no Transfer Station Sticker on your vehicle you will not be allowed to use the Transfer Station.  To obtain a Transfer Station Sticker you must come to the Town Hall during regular Town Clerk hours.  You will need to bring in your vehicle registration and proof residency for Shapleigh.  


Summer: Tuesday, Thursday (9:00 am - 4:00 pm) Sunday and Saturday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm (May 1 - September 30th)

Winter Hours: Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (October 1 - April 30th)

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For our recycling center here are some guidelines of what is allowed. We would like to limit what are called "contaminated loads" which will end up in a landfill instead.

What can go in your bin - DO RECYCLE:

  • Paper, including but not limited to:
    • All clean cardboard, paperboard and pizza boxes
    • Newspapers, advertising inserts and mail
    • Magazines, catalogs, phone books, hard cover books
    • Clean paper plates (not soaked or caked with food or oils)
    • Wrapping paper that can rip
    • Milk & juice cartons (it helps to remove caps, but isn't necessary)
    • Drink boxes and other aseptic containers (such as nut milk boxes)
    • Shredded paper (contained in a clear plastic bag)
  • Plastic rigid containers marked with a #1 - #7 (except Styrofoam, bags & films), including but not limited to:
    • Water bottles and salad containers
    • Milk jugs
    • Detergent bottles
    • Yogurt containers
    • Takeout food containers (not styrofoam)
  • Metal containers, including but not limited to:
    • Tin cans
    • Aerosol cans, such as shaving cream and hair spray (completely emptied)
    • Aluminum cans, tins and foil (not caked with food residue)
    • Pots and pans
  • Glass, including:
    • All glass bottles & jars

All above containers should be empty, but not perfectly clean. A light rinse will do.

Things that can't go in the bin, include:

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