Transfer Station Info
The Transfer Station is located on Old Cricket Hill Road and is open to receive trash and recyclables on:
- Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Sundays, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Hazardous Waste Collection
- 1st Saturday of the month
- 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Conway has been very successful in its recycling efforts. The Town manages to save a great deal of money each year by doing so. The Board of Health has a flyer describing how to separate cans, bottles, plastics, paper, etc. and explains the procedures for disposing of hazardous wastes, tires, large appliances, etc. and other rules for using the facility. There is a shed for exchange of clothing, shoes and a small number of books. There is also a large metal container for the collection of books which will be recycled off-site (no browsing, please). The Attendants will gladly provide information and assistance.
Permit required to use the Conway Transfer Station
Board of Health Regulations state that the use of the transfer station is limited to Conway residents who have purchased and display a special permit sticker on their vehicle. Such permits may be obtained from the transfer station attendant for $1 upon demonstration of proof of residency.
Conway Transfer Station—Schedule of Fees
The following items require the payment of a fee for disposal (please see the Attendant):
Appliances (white goods) – $12.00
Includes stoves, refrigerators (with doors removed), dishwashers, washers, dryers, hot water heaters, air conditioners, humidifiers with cooling coils.
Regular sizes up to 17” – $2.00
Mounted – $5.00
Large sizes above 17” – $5.00
Semi truck tires – $20.00
Tractor tires, large – $20.00
Bicycle, wheelbarrow, etc. – $2.00
Any above, if mounted, additional – $5.00
All CRTs, TVs, monitors, laptops – $10.00
Large console CRTs in cabinets – $15.00
Large screen TVs (greater than 36”) – $20.00
All other electronics – No Charge
Mattresses and Box Springs
Each mattress and box spring – $25.00
In addition to the above list…
|Bulky WasteÞ Microwave ovens (fee applies)Þ Chairs, sofas, tablesÞ Bookcases and shelvesÞ Mattresses and box springs (fee applies)
Þ Bed frames· Remove nails and sharp items
|Þ Construction or demolition debrisÞ Bricks, cement, sheet rock,shinglesÞ House siding, plywood, windowsÞ GlassÞ Wood longer than 4 feet|
- Recycling one aluminum can saves the energy equivalent of one cup of gasoline
- Every ton of paper recycled saves 17 full-sized trees and 380 gallons of oil
- Five recycled two-liter PET bottles make one square foot of carpet
- Each glass bottle produced in the U. S. contains about 30% recycled glass
Page last updated September 28, 2016