TOWN OF CHITTENDEN (http://www.chittendenvt.org/)

Town of Chittenden   ROBERTA JANOSKI, CLERK-TREASURER
P.O. Box 89
Chittenden, VT 05737


Telephone: 802-483-6647
Fax: 802-483-2504
     HOURS:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 1:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

CHITTENDEN TRANSFER STATION (next to town garage) 300 Holden Road, Chittenden, Vermont

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Friday 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Elmer Wheeler, Attendant

 
TRANSFER STATION FEE SCHEDULE
 
Chittenden has adopted a Variable Rate Pricing (Pay as You Throw) Ordinance to meet the requirements of Vermont's Act 148 (the Universal Recycling Law).
 

The transfer station is available for use to Chittenden residents only. Automobile identification stickers are available at the town office.

PUNCH CARDS

Punch cards are available at the town office. Two punch cards are available. Each card has 10 punches.

The punch card for 13 gallon bags are $10 (1 punch = 1 bag or $1 per bag).

The punch card for the 33 gallon bags are $22.50 (1 punch = 1 bag or $2.25 per bag).

 
 
Chittenden residents have been recycling for many years, and each year the volume of waste increases that gets recycled. Each pound that is recycled is one less pond that the town does not have to pay a premium price to dispose of. There is a hauling fee and processing fee for recyclables. These fees are much less than what would be paid if they were taken to a landfill or incinerator.

Canussa - Hersmann, located in St. Albans, Vermont, picks up all the paper products, with the exception of boxboard, and pays the town for it.

 

The following items are RECYCLED for FREE. Please put items in appropriate containers.

 

ITEM:
 
# OF STICKERS:
     
Tin, Steel, and Aluminum Cans  

Rinse Clean

Clear Plastic Bottles - #1  

Clear soda, water, juice and cooking oil bottles.
Must have #1 recycling symbol on bottom.
Rinsed, caps and metal seals removed.

Plastic Milk Jugs - #2  

Plastic milk, cider, and water jugs only.
Rinse clean.
Remove caps.
Must have #2 recycling symbol on bottom.

Colored Plastic Bottles - #2  

Narrow-top soap, softener, bleach and windshield washer bottles ONLY.
Rinse clean.
Remove caps.
Must have #2 recycling symbol on bottom.

Colored Plastic Bottles - #2    
Newspaper  
Dry.
Bag in brown paper bags only.
Magazines  
Magazines, inserts, and glossy catalogs only.
Dry.
Corrugated cardboard  
Brown corrugated cardboard only.
Flatten.
*Computers  
See below
White paper  
White Bond and Computer Paper
Scrap Metal
(Iron and Steel) Including electrical appliances, empty paint cans and oil filters.
 
MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Drain fluids from motors.
Drain and purge all fuel tanks.
Drums must be open on one end.
Oil filters MUST be drained for 24 hours.
Composting/Organics

 

The Chittenden transfer station current accepts food scraps for free.

  In a rural community such as Chittenden, most people have a garden that would flourish with home composting. It is a simple process, and it doesn't have to smell or attract unwanted creatures. Food waste takes up a lot of space in the roll-off container, and add to unnecessary tonnage. Why pay a lot of money to get rid of something that recycles so easily?

If you live in an apartment or don't have space to compost, maybe a friend, landlord, or neighbor would be willing to take your compostable material. Ask around. For more information on composting check out the Composting section on this website.

 
ITEMS TAKEN FOR A FEE
The items listed below are taken for a fee at the transfer station. Please pay the attendant and ask for a receipt.
 
Tires  

$2 - passenger car of light truck tire

TVs  

$5

Stoves  
$10
Refrigerator  
$10
     
*Seven or fewer Computers, laptops, monitors, televisions, printers, and peripherals are accepted at the facility for FREE from any Vermont resident. Please speak with Transfer Station Attendant for further information.