WOODBRIDGE TRANSFER STATION
85 Acorn Hill Road Extension
203.393.3090
Hours of Operation:  Tuesday - Saturday  8:30 AM - 3:00PM
Closed: Sunday, Monday and all Legal Holidays 
List of Holiday Closings

Recylcing in Woodbridge -- What You Need to Know (informational flyer)
Guide to Recycling - From Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority (Connecticut's Recycling Leader)
Facilities Contacts | Parks Department Public Works 

Transfer Station Permits Information
Recycling Information
Fees
Free Mulch and Sand
Household Hazardous Waste Program Information
State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CTDEP)
CTDEP's Polllution Prevention Newsletter - Winter 2007 Issue
Our Earth is a good resource of "green ideas" and environmental news

TRANSFER STATION PERMITS
         

The transfer station is a permit-required facility, open to all Woodbridge residents for household waste disposal and recycling. Please bring vehicle registration(s) for permit issuance to the Facilities Office, 4 Meetinghouse Lane, Room 13, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM through 4:00 PM.
All vehicles entering the Woodbridge Transfer Station must have a permit. If a resident is having a private hauler and/or contractor dispose of debris, and the hauler does not already have a Woodbridge permit, then the homeowner is responsible for obtaining a "temporary" permit for the hauler. The hauler must provide their vehicle information such as make, model and license plate number of the vehicle they are using to haul the debris into the transfer station. The permit is issued to the homeowner for a temporary time frame only.
Woodbridge currently has 5 permitted private haulers that haul household trash and recycles for residents for a fee, or permitted residents may take their household trash and recycles to the Transfer Station on their own.  For information on these 5 permitted haulers, please click here.

Request for Transfer Station Permit (resident only)

RECYCLING - The Story of Stuff (a video)
Recycling is mandatory in the State of Connecticut 
and the Town of Woodbridge contributes greatly in this effort.  The Town of Woodbridge recycles approximately 900 tons per year of materials, increasing in tonnage every year.  

Acceptable recyclables include the following:
Plastics #1 and #2 (look for the recycle triangle on the bottom of the carton with the numbers 1 or 2) 
•Corrugated cardboard 
•Newspapers (including inserts in newspapers) 
•Junk mail/clean paper (magazines, office paper) 
•Glass (includes all colors - brown, clear, green) 
•Aluminum 
•Tin 
•Metals (including appliances, propane tanks) 
•Used Motor Oil 
• Fluorescent Light Bulbs 
•Leaves 
•Tires (must be off the rims)

SPECIAL FEES
Most of these recycle items are accepted at the transfer station for free, a few have special fees associated with them.  The following fees apply to items being brought to the transfer station.  These fees must be pre-paid at the Facilities Office, 4 Meetinghouse Lane, Room 13, Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM.
  • Refrigerants $10 per appliance (Air Conditioners, Freezers, Refrigerators, Dehumidifiers)
  • Tires $2.00 per tire (tires must be off rims and only up to 16-inches in diameter can be accepted)

OTHER ACCEPTABLE DEBRIS WITH SPECIAL FEES:
Demolition Debris $20.00 per cubic yard  - includes but not limited to, sheetrock, wood decking, wood  fencing, roof shingles, remodeling debris. 
Brush $10.00 per cubic yard - includes tree limbs (must be cut to 6 feet or less), and logs.

FREE MULCH is available at the transfer station to all residents with a transfer station permit.  Due to the popularity, supplies may run low at times, so please call the transfer station at 393.3090 for availability. 
PLEASE NOTE:  THIS MULCH IS NOT TREATED WITH ANY CHEMICALS AND IS SUGGESTED THAT THIS NOT BE PLACED UP AGAINST YOUR HOUSE OR ANY STRUCTURE.

During the winter months, residents may also obtain up to a 5 gallon container of SAND FREE OF CHARGE.

RESIDENTS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN CONTAINER FOR BOTH MULCH AND SAND.

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS PROGRAM 

Household Hazardous Waste at 90 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT opens for the season on Saturday, May 15, 2010.  For more information, visit the Regional Water Authority website at:  WWW.RWATER.COM

WHAT TO DO WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE

 

 

 

The Town of Woodbridge participates in the HazWaste Program through the Regional Water Authority. The Regional Water Authority HazWaste facility is located at 90 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT. Residents may bring their hazardous waste to the New Haven facility from mid-May through the last weekend of October, on Saturdays from 9:00 AM - Noon. Some of the acceptable materials are: kitchen and bathroom aerosols, floor care products, furniture polish, oven cleaners, garage and workshop chemicals such as antifreeze, brake fluids, gasoline, oil-based paints, garden and miscellaneous items such as moth balls, insecticides, and herbicides. For a complete listing of hazardous materials, please contact the customer service number of HazWaste Collection at 401.2712 or their website at http://www.rwater.com 

Woodbridge also participates in two "HOME TOWN DAYS" at the Regional Water Authority HazWaste Program New Haven. Volunteers are always needed to assist with traffic flow and handouts on these days. Anyone interested in volunteering should contact the Woodbridge Facilities Office at 389.3492 for the specific dates and more information.

For alternatives to purchasing chemicals, click here for some helpful hints.

For more information on recycling, hazardous waste and other environmental issues, you can contact the State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection at their website http://www.dep.state.ct.us

For more in-depth information, visit the CTDEP.