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No, the closing of the Graham Road landfill does not affect your weekly curbside collection of trash and recycling. The only thing changing is that you will no longer be able to bring your trash to the Graham Road facility for disposal.
We will continue to accept clean wood waste, brush, leaves, grass, scrap metal, white goods, tires, electronic waste, and universal waste.
We will not accept trash, recycling (cardboard, paper, plastic, glass), asphalt shingles, concrete/masonry, used motor oil, and hazardous waste.
The processing facility is located next to the landfill at 49 Graham Road, Brunswick, ME.
No, the hours of operation will be Friday and Saturday, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM, year-round. We do anticipate expanding the number of days it is open during peak weeks in spring and fall, and we will publicize this information in advance of the temporary schedule changes.
Yes, a residential or commercial permit will still be required to entire the processing facility. The price is $5 for a residential permit and $25 for a commercial permit. Existing 2021 permit holders will not need to purchase a new permit; existing permits will be honored.
No, the fee schedule for materials and items has changed. Please refer to the updated fee schedule for detailed information.
Absolutely! Credit cards, cash, and check will be accepted for payment.
Residents and businesses can dispose their bulky waste at the Pine Tree Waste/Casella transfer station in West Bath (64 Arthur J. Reno Road, off Bath Road). The Pine Tree facility accepts trash, recycling, construction and demolition debris, electronic waste, and universal waste. No permit is necessary, but you will be charged a fee based on the type and weight of your material(s).
Please contact the Public Works Department at 207-725-6654 or firstname.lastname@example.org.