A variety of earth friendly businesses accept hazardous waste within a close proximity to Milton, so don’t toss that waste into your trash! Your actions matter.
Most waste can be recycled curbside on Wednesday and Thursdays, dropped of at Milton’s Department of Public Works (DPW) located at 629 Randolph Ave. the first Saturday of each month or at other nearby stores and recycling centers (locate via Earth 911 now).
Textiles (nice or worn, as long as they are clean) can be dropped off any time at any one of the white bins located in the parking lots at ALL Milton Public Schools (except Tucker – due to limited space).
The town collects most recycling curb side every Wednesday and Thursday alongside trash.
Larger items as well as toxic items can be dropped off at the DPW’s Recycling Center. The Center is open the first Saturday of each month and its hours of operation are 9 am – noon.
- TVs and computers — $9 each. Just put 3 (three) $3 stickers on each item.
- Refrigerators, air conditioners, de-humidifiers –$9 each. Just place 3 $3 stickers on each item. (Please remove refrigerator doors before bringing to Recycling Center.)
- All other drop-off items are free. These include:
- Metal items (including hot water heaters, stoves, washers and dryers, file cabinets, bikes, grills (remove fuel), etc.;
- Books (hardcover and softcover in good condition);
- Fluorescent bulbs; compact fluorescent bulbs
- Items containing mercury (thermometers, thermostats, also elemental mercury); and
- Non-alkaline batteries (rechargeable batteries, etc.).