The City of Meriden Transfer Station on Evansville Avenue will be open to Meriden residents with a valid I.D. on Saturday, May 19, 2012, between 7 a.m. and noon for the FREE disposal of household bulky waste, leaves and brush. Acceptable items include:
- Leaves (in biodegradable paper bags or emptied from other containers) and
- Brush (not exceeding 6 inches in diameter and 4 feet in length).
The City does not accept auto parts, recyclable materials, construction materials, scrap wood or hazardous waste (i.e., oil, gasoline, paint, solvents and pool/lawn chemicals).
The City does accept the following electronic waste: monitors, CPUs, batteries (non lead acid), iPods, PDAs, cell phones, fax machines, CRTs, terminals, stereos and radios, toner cartridges, printers, keyboards, copiers, telephone PBX, cables, VCRs, modems, mainframes, typewriters, Llaptops, inkjet cartridges and televisions.
The City reserves the right to inspect and reject all materials. Only non-commercial vehicles will be admitted. There will be NO curbside pickup associated with this program.
Compost and untreated wood chips are available free of charge.
This FREE bulky waste disposal opportunity will likely be busy, and waiting times may be longer than normal. Every effort will be made to minimize wait times.