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Waste Bans Q & A's
What do I do with the other waste bans materials NOT accepted in the recycling cart or the trash cart?
LEAVES and YARD WASTE-residents have several options:
1. Place leave and yard waste in paper leaf bags for weekly curbside pick up
by DPW (April through November) OR
2.Start a back yard composting area in your back yard. You can purchase a compost unit at the
Norwood Board of Health for just $20.00ÂÂÂ OR
3. Drop off at the Winter Street Composting Site (370 Winter Street.) Residential permit
required. No charge. Call DPW at 781.762.1413 for more information.
4. Worm composting - call 781.255.9988 for more information.
METALS- scrap metals can be dropped off at the Winter Street
Compost Site OR you can bring them to Allied Recycling in Walpole. Call 508.668.8699.
Allied will pay you the current value for your scrap metals.
CATHODE RAY TUBES - Tv's and Computer Screens
Please go to www.bestbuy.com/recycle. Best Buy has the BEST take back program for
LEAD ACID BATTERIES- Click Lead acid recycling take back stores to drop off your lead acid
battery sooner rather than later or you can drop it off at either bi annual Household
Hazardous Waste Day. Call Board of Health at 781.762.1240 for dates. OR go to
WHITE GOODS- can be dropped off at the Spring or Fall Town Recycle Days OR go to
CLEAN GYPSUM WALL BOARD- www.earth911.org
ASPHALT PAVEMENT, BRICK, CONCRETE -www.earth911.org
Call Recycling Works if you need assistance for your business and or institution. No fees. Their phone number is 1.888. 254.5525 or email them at info@Recycling WorksMA.com
Go to www.earth911.org for more information.
If you have any questions, please call 781.255.9988 preferably between 8am and 12noon, Monday-Friday or email
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Not only will you save gas money, but it will help to decrease carbon emissions and air pollution.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 December 2014 09:00