- Planet Aid: bins located at the Town Hall and Safety Complex,
- Yellow “Public Clothing Drop:" bins located on Route 107 near Action Auto.
- Freecycle: a non profit, grassroots movement of people who give away items for free to interested individuals in their surrounding communities...."it's all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills."
Usable Houshold Items, Furniture, Toys, Tools etc
Freecycle is a non profit, grassroots movement of people who give away items for free to interested individuals in their surrounding communities...."it's all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills."
Leaves and grass clippings
Bring to Seacoast Farms Compost located on the dirt side of Shirkin Road (off of Beede Road)
Monday - Friday 7am-3pm and Sat. 9-noon by appointment (please call owner Bob Kelly at 396-4108.)
Items Containing Mercury
It is against the law to throw mercury-containing products into the garbage as of January 1, 2008. This includes:
- Fluorescent lamps
- Compact fluorescent lamps
- Tilt switches
- Button batteries
For information on how to recycle these products, click here for NH Dept of Environmental Services or call 271-2956
The following items are accepted at the Town's bi-annual BULKY DAY drop-off days. These are held annually spring and fall, with a mailer and all details mailed out in advance of each event. Information is also posted on this website as soon as the flyer is generated, including date and time, along with any fees:
Items Containing Freon (air conditioners, Refrigerators)
Computer Monitors, Televisions, Computers
White Goods (washing machines, dryers etc)
Brush, Propane Tanks, Tires
Click here to be directed to the Raymond Transfer Station website. Facility located at 104 Prescott Road in Raymond and they can be reached at 895 6273. They accept a wide variety of bulk and recyclable items.