We will not be picking up trash and recycling on Tuesday, March 13 due to the impending blizzard. All pickups will be delayed one day.

Tuesday pick ups will be Wednesday

Wednesday pick ups will be Thursday

Thursday pick ups will be Friday

Friday pick ups will be Saturday


*Exceptions Newburyport downtown businesses will remain Friday and South Hampton will remain on Friday also.


The Newbury Transfer Station will be closed. We are still making a decision on the Georgetown Transfer Station and will our Facebook page should we decide to close.


Stay safe!


Aluminum Cans

aluminum cans


cardboard boxes

Be sure to flatten all cardboard.
Do not include: items with food residue (e.g., pizza boxes) or boxes with a wax coating. Remove plastic linings from cereal boxes.




aliminum cans


Any tin or aluminum food cans, baking pans or foil. Empty and rinse. Okay to leave labels and lids attached to cans. Please flatten to save space.

Do not include:
Loose can ends, cans with plastic or paper parts (example: frozen juice containers), oil-based paint cans, auto parts, scrap metal, propane cylinders, chemicals or paints, aerosol spray cans.





platic  types

Clean plastic containers of all types with the recycling symbol #1 – #7 with the exception of Styrofoam.

Do not include:
Styrofoam (even if it has a #6 recycling symbol), plastic bags, plastic wrap, plastic toys and tools, Plexiglas, pieces of plastic and any container or item not clearly marked #1 through #7.

How to prepare:
Remove caps and lids and rinse containers and milk/juice cartons (plastic spouts okay). Clean plastic plant pots are accepted if they have a recycling symbol. You do not need to remove labels. If you don’t know which plastic containers are recyclable, here are the symbols (usually on the bottom) you need to look for: (on left)