GAIL FALLAR , CLERK-TREASURER
515 North End Road
Tinmouth, VT 05773

Email: tinmouthtown@vermontel.net
Website: tinmouthvt.org
Telephone: 802-446-2498
Fax: 802-446-2498

OFFICE HOURS:

Monday & Thursday: 8:00 am - noon and 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Saturday: 8:00am - noon

Select board members: Matt Patry (Chair), Laurie Phillips, and Gregg Casey

 Town of Tinmouth
     

TINMOUTH TRANSFER STATION, (next to town garage) 537 Route 140, Tinmouth, Vermont

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Wednesday 4:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - Noon

(Tinmouth Solid Waste Ordinance)

TRANSFER STATION FEE SCHEDULE

ITEM:
DISPOSAL CHARGE
PUNCHES
30 gallons
$2.00
1
Loose trash-one trash can's worth
$2.00
1
55 gallon contractor bags
$4.00
2

NO dead animals.
No wood or coal ash.

     
Building Materials NOT ACCEPTED

Hubbard Brothers on Cold River Road accepts construction and demolition debris for a charge: 773-2259
East Dorset transfer station accepts construction and demolition debris for a charge. 800-499-4370

 
BULKY ITEMS
ITEM
FEES
PUNCHES
Toilet
$8.00
4
 
Tub or shower
$12.00
6
Sink
$6.00
3
Single mattress/boxspring/armchair
$12.00
6
Queen or king mattress or boxspring
$20.00
10
Sofa

 
$20.00
10
Refrigerator/freezer/air conditioner
$20.00
10
Electronics
FREE
10
Propane tank
Save for HW events
5
Scrap metal
No charge
1
Car, truck, and tractor tires Unacceptable Tires are accepted for a fee at the Rutland County Solid Waste District (rcswd.com)
 
Recyclables and Wood

.-The following materials are RECYCLED for FREE. Please sort them into the proper containers.

 
GLASS CONTAINERS
(any color food and beverage containers)
1. Clear2. Green3. Brown

 
MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove caps and lids.
Remove plastic wraps.
Remote metal and plastic neck rings.
Paper labels are OK.
Leave intact.
 
TRAMP GLASS & CERAMICS
(window, Pyrex, vision ware, drinking, crystal, milk, laboratory, mirrors, china, porcelain, and ceramics, plus any glass container that is not clear, green, or brown.
MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove any metal or plastic parts.
NO light bulbs.
NO fluorescent tubs.
NO wire mesh glass.
NO plastic laminate glass.
TIN CANS

WILL STICK TO MAGNET

MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
MUST remove one end (non-aerosol cans).
Remove labels.
Remove any plastic.
Expel all gas from aerosol cans.
NO aluminum cans.(See Aluminum Cans)
NO partially filled cans.
NO propane cylinders.
No scrap metal.
ALUMINUM CANS
(non-deposit food and beverage cans)WILL NOT STICK TO MAGNET
MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove labels.
Remove any plastic.
NO foil items.
NO aerosol cans.
NO lighter refills.
NO tin cans.
NO "aluminum" bags.
ALUMINUM FOIL
(TV dinner trays, pastry tins, and foil items)
MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove any plastic.
NO aluminum cans.(See Aluminum Cans)
NO "aluminum" bags.
No aluminum coated plastic film or paper.
PLASTIC CONTAINERS

#1. PET - Clear Only.

#2. HDPE - Natural (uncolored).

#2. HDPE - Colored.

 

MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove caps, lids, and sprayers.
Remove metal handles and rings.
Rinse and drain detergent bottles.
Drain oil containers for 24 hours.
Sort by number on bottom.
NO tied bundles.
NO plastic bags.
NO plastic film.
NO plastic film.
NO Plastic caps or lids.
NO sprayers or pumps.
NO plastic toys.
NO plastic housewares.
NO roofing tar or driveway sealer pails.
NEWSPAPER

(black and white newsprint)

MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
MUST be loose.
Colored headlines and pictures in the black and white sections are OK.
NO tied bundles.
NO bags.
NO magazines.
MAGAZINES (M) MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove any plastic.
NO tied bundles.
NO bags.
NO newspaper inserts.
NO Phone books. (See books)
NO paperback books. (See books)
NO hardcover books. (See books)
BOOKS

A. HARD COVERED BOOKS (covers removed) AND SOFT COVERED TEXT BOOKS.
B. PHONE BOOKS AND DIRECTORIES.
C. PAPERBACK BOOK WITHOUT COVERS.

MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Sort by type.
Staples OK.
Remove covers from paperback books.
NO metal binders.
NO plastic binders.
NO plastic covers.
NO water or fire damaged material.
OFFICE PAPER MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Sort by type.
Staples OK.
Remove large metal or plastic fasteners.
Place in designated container(s).
No carbon paper.
NO thermal copy fax.
NO paper clips.
NO wadded or crum pled paper.
NO stickon labels or stamps.
NO glossy paper.
     
     
CARDBOARD MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
BREAK DOWN FLAT (Open top and bottom).
Remove string from bags.
Remove plastic and wax paper liners from pet food bags.
Remove all contents.
MUST be loose.
NO waxed cardboard.
NO plastic coated cardboard.
NO tied bundles.
No pizza boxes.
NO industrial cores.
NO boxboard.
BOXBOARD/CHIPBOARD MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove all liner bags.
Remove cellophane windows.
Remove any plastic or metal parts.
Remove any foil or plastics wrappings.
Break down flat (open top and bottom).
MUST be loose.
NO wax coated boxes.
NO plastic coated cardboard.
NO tied bundles.
No pizza boxes.
NO foil coated boxes.
NO milk cartons.
NO cardboard.
SCRAP METAL
IRON AND STEEL
Including empty paint cans and drained oil filters.WILL STICK TO MAGNET
MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove any wood, plastic, paper, rubber, and non-ferrous metal.
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.
NO unopened containers.
NO partially filled containers.
NO liquid paint or stain.
NO motors with oil or gas.
NO razors.
NON-FERROUS SCRAP METAL
Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Lead, etc. Electrical wire, cords, and ballasts.
MUST be clean.
MUST be dry.
Remove any wood, plastic, paper, rubber, and non-ferrous metal.
Place in designated containers.
NO unopened containers.
NO partially filled containers.
NO fuel tanks.
BATTERIES
Ni-cad, mercury or lithium and alkaline batteries
Batteries are accepted at household hazardous waste events as well as several locations throughout Rutland county (free of charge).  See http://www.call2recycle.org/vermont/ for a list of collection locations throughout Vermont.  
Selectboard: Cathy Reynolds
Caleb Scott
Michael Fannin
446-2928
446-2307
235-2412
*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.

*Household hazardous waste is accepted household hazardous waste events.    

Business Hazardous Waste is accepted at the Hazardous Waste Depot Gleason Road in Rutland for a nominal fee.