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What's New with Paint?
From now on paint will no longer be collected at our household hazardous waste even separately (and for free) thanks to the new Paint take-back recycling bill that goes into effect this spring. Look for our "PBB" - paint, battery and (fluorescent) bulb - collections on the schedule, or bring paint, batteries and fluorescent bulbs to our Additional Recyclables Collection Center (ARCC) at 540 North Main Street in Barre year round. Click here for hours and directions
Bradford September Collections
On Saturday, September 6, CVSWMD will hold a Paint, Battery and Fluorescent Bulb collection at the Bradford Town Garage from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. This event is free and open to CVSWMD residents only.
On Saturday, September 27, we will hold a Household Hazardous Waste Collection, also at the Bradford Town Garage, 9 am – 1 p.m. There is a $15 per carload fee for CVSWMD residents. Businesses must call ahead. Non-resident fee is $75 per carload. Please call our office with any questions at: 802-229-9383 or 800-730-9475
What to bring?
Click here for a complete list of the kind of paints we can and cannot accept. We will also take all kinds of batteries as long as the non-alkaline batteries are taped at each terminal end. Fluorescent tubes and bulbs must be double bagged if they are broken for your safety and the safety of our employees. Click here for what to bring to a haz waste collection.
What to Recycle
Did you know recycling is mandatory in Central Vermont? And soon it will be required throughout Vermont as part of Vermont's new Universal Recycling Law (Act 148) which phases in mandatory recycling by 2015, and composting by 2020. Click here to see a complete list of what to recycle. Want to do more? Check out our ARCC page for a list of additional recyclables we collect or see our A - Z Guide.
Links & Notes
Vermont's Universal Recycling law, Act 148 will soon ban recyclables, food scraps, and leaf and yard waste from Vermont's landfill. Learn more about Act 148, Vermont's Universal Recycling Law, here.