Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District

Serving the Member Towns of: Belvidere, Cambridge, Craftsbury, Eden, Elmore, Hyde Park, Johnson, Morrisville, Stowe, Waterville, Wolcott, & Worcester

A-Z List

WONDERING ABOUT A SPECIFIC ITEM?

Open the fields below to find out how to properly dispose of it. Contact us or ask an attendant if the item you are looking for isn’t listed here.

HAZARDOUS WASTE

Hazardous Waste includes any household products labeled “caution, toxic, danger, hazard, warning, poisonous, reactive, corrosive, or flammable”

SINGLE-STREAM/BLUE BIN RECYCLING

Single Stream Recycling includes specific items – paper, cardboard, and clean containers (like bottles, cans, and jars) – that belong in a recycling bin.

  • Aluminum cans, pie plates, and foil
  • Cardboard
  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Paper (mixed)
  • Plastic containers: PLASTIC BOTTLES, JUGS, TUBS & LIDS
    • #1 (PET) and #2 (HDPE) are banned from the landfill
  • Steel cans

All items listed belong in a blue recycling bin, and are mandatory recyclables. Items placed in the blue bin must be rinsed and clean, and follow the rule of twos.

SPECIAL WASTE

Special Recycling Includes items that don’t belong in the recycling bin, but that can be recycled elsewhere.

FOOD SCRAPS & ORGANIC MATERIALS

Food Scraps and Organic Materials include items that will naturally break down in the proper environment and may be banned from the landfill in Vermont.

TRASH

Trash includes items that are only managed by landfill disposal.

  • EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE (STYROFOAM)
  • TRADITIONAL KITTY LITTER
  • PHOTOGRAPHS
  • CARTONS AND ASEPTIC CONTAINERS

Note: It is illegal to burn trash in the State of Vermont. It is also illegal to bury trash on your own property, or dump or deposit it anywhere other than a certified disposal facility. Mandated recyclables are not trash and should be properly handled as recyclable materials.

Use this guide to help determine how to properly dispose of an item.
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