Corrugated cardboard can be recycled in the municipal collection program, but the compartment in the truck is only 3 foot wide by 15 inches deep. To guarantee there will be no problem, we request that pieces or bundles be no larger than 30 inches square foot by 1 foot. If you have large pieces or quantities of cardboard you may find it easier to take it to one of our two drop-off locations that are open to subscribers to the municipal collection program.
Cardboard may be recycled at the Composting Site on Walden Street (just across Route 2) on Saturdays between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., April through November, and in the dumpsters at the public parking area at the Public Works facility, 133 Keyes Road, which is open 24 hours a day. Please flatten boxes and remove all non-cardboard materials, such as styrofoam, wood, plastic, and other packaging. Please do not recycle pizza boxes and other types of paperboard at this location.