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Shredded Paper can no longer be put into your recycle cart. It must be placed in your trash cart. Shredded Paper cannot be recycled curbside.
Yardwaste is picked up curbside in the spring and again in the fall on your regular trash and recycling pickup day. (See FAQ #6)
The Town holds periodic Household Hazardous Waste events. Check the website for this year’s date. Clean Harbors
Please contact our vendor Sunrise Scavenger directly at 617-361-8000 to report missed pickups.
Click this link to see how to recycle in Massachusetts MA Recycle Smart
The Compost Site at 225 Plain Street is open from 7:15am-2:45pm Wednesday through Sunday until the end of January. It is closed during February and March and will reopen in April.
PER MA DEP regulations, CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION materials CAN NOT BE PLACED CURBSIDE.
Construction material can not be put into your trash or recycling carts and it is not accepted at the Residential drop-off center. Construction and bulky waste including pressure treated wood, may be brought to:
TVs are not collected curbside and are not accepted at the Residential drop-off center. TVs are considered Hazardous Waste and can be disposed of at a Braintree Household Hazardous Waste Event.
You may dispose of TVs at Best Buy, Clean Harbors, Willard’s Disposal Service, and McConnell Enterprises. Some of these do charge a small disposal fee.
Whenever a scheduled collection day falls on a holiday, that day’s collection and all remaining collections for the week will be delayed one day. Friday’s collection will be on Saturday. Holidays falling on Saturday do not change the schedule. Holidays falling on a Sunday will result in a one day delay, as Sunday holidays are celebrated on Monday.
No Trash Service (one day delay following the holiday):