Wallingford Connecticut
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Resident Disposal & Recycling:
Recycling for Wallingford Residents
Recycling for Wallingford Businesses
Compost Center
Resident Disposal Center
Don't Bag Your Grass
Mini-Grant Program for Recycling Activities

Resident Disposal & Recycling

Reduce    Reuse    Recycle

Links

  • AAA's Southern New England
    For information on recycling used automotive batteries at any AAA Southern New England Approved Auto Repair facility during regular business hours throughout the year.
  • Department of Environmental Protection
    For home or business recycling information, click on Materials & Waste Management along
    the left side of the page.  Next, click on Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
  • Goodwill
    Provides information about the store including location, hours of operation, and the materials accepted at the store.

  • Habitat ReStore
    Provides information about the store including location, hours of operation, and a description of the items that are accepted for donation.
  • HazWaste Central
    Open mid-May through the end of October.  Provides information about Center operations, the household hazardous wastes accepted at the facility, and information on nontoxic alternatives to use for cleaning.

  • Paint Recycling through PaintCare
    Locations to recycle both latex and oil-based paints within CT.
    Both latex and oil-based paints are now accepted at HazWaste Central.

  • The Computer Recycler
    Provides information on the free recycling of home and business computers and accessories.

  • Plastic Bag Recycling
    The online resource for plastic bag and film recycling.

  • The ReCONNstruction Center
    Provides contact information and a description of the types of used building materials
    available for sale.  Also lists the materials that are accepted for donation.
  • Recycling 101
    A Keep America Beautiful campaign done with the Advertising Council and others.

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