Location: 1024 Buckley Hwy, Union, CT 06076
Hours: Wed: 5 pm - 8 pm and Sat: 8 am - 4 pm
Transfer Station Phone: (860) 851-9193
Public Works Phone: (860) 684-4706
Fax: (860) 684-8830
Director: David D Eaton
Transfer Station Information:
If a holiday falls on Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday, watch for date changes or closing.
A valid dump sticker must be affixed to the vehicle transporting the waste, preferably in LOWER LEFT corner of windshield.
Items for Single Stream Recycling: NO PLASTIC BAGS
Newspapers & magazines must be bundled, tied or bagged in paper bags only.
Cardboard (preferably flattened)
Cans, plastic & glass bottles
No plates, bowls, vases, etc., (ceramics), window glass or light bulbs.
Car batteries are to be put in battery shed.
Motor oil, oil filters
Motor oil is to be poured into waste oil tank. Oil filters are to be drained & put into shed.
Antifreeze is to be poured into antifreeze tank.
Iron, steel (metals)
NO WOOD, RUBBER OR MASONRY ATTACHED TO METAL. (METAL ONLY).
Refrigerators, air conditioners & freezers
All doors must be removed from refrigerators & freezers & put into refrigerator storage area.
Tires are to be put in tire building. Tires may be left mounted on rims.
Solid waste consists of household trash. No magazines, books, newspapers, bottles, cans or recyclable plastic containers.
Bulky waste consists of lumber and/or wood scraps less than 48” long, shingles, wallboard scraps, carpeting & floor covering, plumbing fixtures (tubs, toilet, etc.), furniture, ashes, light bulbs, ceramics.
(NO COMMERCIAL WASTE)
Brush only, less than 3” in diameter. (No lumber, painted or unpainted, or stumps)
No grass clippings or hay, leaves, or animal wastes (manure).
Deposited in container, lower level of the Transfer Station
Good usable clothing may be placed in the clothing collection box.
Hazardous materials must be brought to the Midneroc Chemical Waste Drop Off Facility (open the 3rd Saturday of every month from 8am to 4pm) at 57 Hancock Rd, Willington, CT 06279, Phone: (860) 684-3163
**There is a SWAP Shed available in the back of Transfer Station for usable items to be dropped off or taken by residents.
**There is also a drop off for returnable cans and bottles, collected by 8th grade students and returned for the refund, applied to their trip to Washington D.C.