Transfer Station Bulletin
April 1, 2020
Per a recent letter from our Governor, the transfer station is temporarily halting the acceptance of any bulk items. This includes items such as mattresses, furniture, sofas, chairs etc. Only true construction material will be accepted, and the attendant has the right to refuse any items that are deemed bulky.
Also, we have observed much crowding, and therefore are going to limit the amount of vehicles entering the facility to 2-4 cars at a time. An attendant will be at the gate directing traffic. Obviously this will create delays and ask that you don”t show up at the opening hour, which as many of you know has happened in the past. This just creates more congestion. Also, stop to think if that little 8 pound bag of trash really needs to be thrown away this week…can it wait another week or two? You’ll find you’ll also save money that way as well!
Thank you for your patience as we work through this. Stay Healthy!
22 Hanson Lane, Grand Isle, VT. From U.S. Route 2 go west on Pearl Street to Hanson Lane then go to the end of the lane.
Thursday: 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Some residency restrictions apply.
Call Town Clerk’s Office at 372-8830 with any questions.
The Transfer Station accepts household trash and recycling. (Some sites accept additional materials. See below for details.)
The Grand Isle Transfer Station accepts a range of materials for recycling which is separated by material type (self-serve) into: cardboard, paper, plastic, glass, and metal. There is no charge for recycling. Information about recyclable items may be found at http://nwswd.org/disposal-a-z/ OR http://nwswd.org/recycle/recycling-in-northwest-vermont/. Payment methods–cash or check only, no credit/debit cards at this time. No electronics accepted!