Diego Solimine, Department Head
Address:

795 NH-114
South Sutton, NH 03273


Phone: (603) 927-4475
recycle@sutton-nh.org

Transfer Station Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.



HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS

WASTE COLLECTION DAY

August 11, 2018

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Located at the

WARNER TRANSFER STATION

190 Route 103 West

 

Requirements for Sutton Residents

  • You must have a transfer station sticker or proof of residency in Sutton
  • Hazardous Waste Only – bring your recyclables, solid waste, construction debris etc. to the Sutton Solid Waste Facility.

 

What to Bring to the Hazardous Waste Event

  • Household Cleaners
  • Polishers
  • Hobby Chemicals
  • Pesticides and Herbicides
  • Flea Powder
  • Pool Chemicals
  • Oil Based Paints (NO LATEX)
  • Solvents
  • Varnishes
  • Stains
  • Paint Remover
  • Mercury Containing Devices such as Thermometers and Thermostats,
  • Adhesives
  • Driveway Sealer
  • Photo Chemicals, and miscellaneous other materials which are considered hazardous as waste.

What Not to Bring

LATEX paint is not considered hazardous unless it is pre-1990 and labeled that it has mercury as a fungicide.  Use kitty litter to dry out latex paint and then throw in your trash.  It must be made into a solid to be considered solid waste.  Empty, dry paint cans may be recycled as scrap metal at your recycling facility.

 

Alkaline batteries for flashlights and other household items are not considered hazardous and can be thrown in the trash. This includes most non-chargeable batteries such as AA, AAA, C, D and 9-volt batteries.

 

Fluorescent light bulbs are accepted at the Transfer Station.

 

Please do not bring ammunition and explosives, fire extinguishers, radioactive materials, or propane tanks.  Contact your local police or fire departments about ammunition, explosives, and fire extinguishers.  Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors can be sent back to the manufacturer.  Propane tanks can be exchanged or refilled at a propa

 

 

STAPLES – Recycling Program

EPA – Individual Waste Reduction Model (iWARM)

Environmental Concerns For Recycling

Recycling Items into Crafts

Recycling Ideas