36 Blacksmith Lane
Sudbury, VT 05733

Telephone: 802-623-7296
Fax: 802-623-7296

Monday - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday - 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday - 9:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m.


Sudbury residents are provided trash disposal services at the Salisbury landfill, Salisbury, Vermont. Residents are charged for disposal of trash and other items. Punch cards are available from the Sudbury or Salisbury Town Offices. The Salisbury Town Office can be reached at 352-4228 for additional information. Sudbury residents also contract with private haulers for trash and recycling services.  Sudbury residents participate in household hazardous waste collection events through SWAC. Please visit the Upcoming Events Section on our Home page for further information.

Sudbury's Variable Rate Pricing Ordinance



September - June Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
July - August - Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

The following materials are RECYCLED for FREE. Please sort them into the proper containers.
If you have recycling questions, please contact Steve Sgorbati, Town Clerk.
Glass - Clear, green, & brown (all mixed together)
Rinse clean.
Remove caps or lids.
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.

Magazines, inserts, and glossy catalogs only.
Corrugated cardboard
Brown corrugated cardboard only.
See below.
Gray or brown thin walled boxes (food, cereal, shoe, tissue, egg cartons).
Remove all liners and windows.
White, junk mail, computer paper, brown grocery bags. Separate into designated containers.
Composting In a rural community such as Sudbury, 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 landfills. 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.


*Seven (7) Computers, laptops, monitors, televisions, printers, and peripherals are accepted at the facility for FREE from any Vermont resident. Please speak with Steve Sgorbati  for further information.

The Sudbury Recycling Center is located at 12 Williams Lane, Sudbury.

* Business hazardous waste is accepted at the RCSWD ( Hazardous Waste Depot located on Gleason Road in Rutland, Vermont,  for a fee.  Contact RCSWD at 802-775-7209 for additional information or to schedule an appointment.