Highway & Refuse Department

Members

NameTitleContactTerm
Steve DabyHighway Superintendent625-2367
Floyd ScottTransfer Station Attendant
David HodgesTruck Driver / Operator
Mark ObringerTruck Driver / Operator
Norman Daby

TOWN OF BUCKLAND TRANSFER STATION INFORMATION

Transfer Station AttendantFloyd Scott
HoursTuesdays and Saturdays 7am - 3pm. Hours Subject to Change
Phone625-6743
AddressHodgen Road. Take Rt 112 South, turn left just after Fire Station, up hill to transfer station.

Household Hazardous Waste

As a resident of Buckland you have access to at least six Household Hazardous Waste collection events each year. Pre-registration is required.

To see the complete list of collection event dates, times and locations, go to http://www.franklincountywastedistrict.org/HHWreciprocal.html .

Transfer Station Regulations

  1. Transfer Station stickers will be issued after proof of residency is shown. Transfer Station stickers are available at the Town Hall from the Administrative Assistant (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m). Stickers are to be displayed on lower left or rear window of your vehicle.
  2. The attendant will monitor stickers at the Transfer Station; NO ONE will be allowed to enter the Transfer Station without a CURRENT STICKER.
  3. All trash must be disposed of in a Town of Buckland trash bag. Trash bags (33 gallons) cost $2.00 each and are available in bundles of ten at the Buckland Town Hall (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.), McCusker’s Market, and Shelburne Farm and Garden. Small bags (18/20 gallons) are $12.50 for a bundle of ten, available at Buckland Town Hall.
  4. Recyclable materials may be disposed of free of charge.
  5. Shoes are required to be worn.
  6. No removal of items from Transfer Station property – person will be prosecuted.
  7. No smoking is allowed at the Transfer Station. Children and/or pets must be confined to the vehicle.
Allowable Items:

Clean and dry paper and cardboard; clean pizza boxes ; junk mail; boxboard; newspapers/inserts; magazines/catalogs; paper bags; white and colored office paper; computer paper; corrugated cardboard; paperbacks and phone books. All paper and cardboard must be clean and dry. Glass bottles/jars (only clear, green, brown, less than two gallons); aluminum, tin/steel cans and lids and aluminum foil; milk and juice cartons (tent top); drink boxes; plastic bottles, jars, tubs, and microwave trays/containers. Empty and rinse all containers. All types of metal, ferrous, non-ferrous, clean waste oil.

Do Not Include: Plastic bags or wraps, pizza boxes, motor oil bottles, Styrofoam, egg cartons, syringes/hypodermic needles, broken glass, soda or beer holders/cartons, ceramics.

Appliances: A fee of $5.00 per appliance must be paid at the Town Hall before disposal.
Ranges Stoves Ovens Hot water heaters Compactors Washers Dryers Dishwashers Gas Grills - without propane.
APPLICANCES CANNOT BE SMASHED BUT MAY HAVE SOME DENTS.
UNALLOWABLE ITEMS:

Stereo Sets, Television Sets, Tree Stumps, Refrigerators, Microwaves, C&D Material, Salvaging materials by public, Chairs, Tables, Sofas, Rugs, etc.

Pizza boxes with grease or food.

(MATERIAL FROM COMPLETE BUILDINGS MUST BE TAKEN TO A COMMERCIAL DUMP.)