Disposal Index - Recycling & Trash

For more options on items that can't go in the recycling cart, see MassDEP's "Beyond the Bin" Directory. You can also find a list of companies that dispose of items for a fee here. Additional options to borrow can be found on the WPL's "Library of Things" 

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Air conditioner

See: Appliances


Ammunition can be brought to the Waltham Police Department and they will destroy it.


When you purchase a new appliance, ask your new appliance provider if they will pick up your old appliance. EZ Disposal & Recycling can also pick-up old appliances. Call them at 781-233-2211 to schedule an appointment for them to be picked up on your recycling day. Leave items curbside. Workers do not assist with transport to the curb.


You must use a licensed asbestos removal contractor to dispose of asbestos:

Soriano Environmental
Waltham, MA
(781) 443-7019

Mass Water Damage Restoration

Boston, MA
(617) 531-9882

Abatement Pro and Demo, Inc.

Lawrence, MA
(617) 449-9088

Advanced Abatement & Insulation Co.

Peabody, MA
(617) 449-9214

Rosado Environmental, LLC

Marlborough, MA
(857) 366-7350


Recycle for Gold
Special Olympics
1-800-590-1600 Will pick up

Mothers against Drunk Driving
Will pick up

National Kidney Foundation
Call to donate.

American Lung Association
1-800-300-5864, Call to donate.

WBUR Public Radio
1-855-928-7227, Call to donate.


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Baby/Toddler Supplies


Diapers, food, blankets, & clothes can be donated to Christ Church (750 Main St) on Tuesdays & Thursday, 10am-2pm. Call Sally Lobo at 781-893-6034 (Donations benefit low-income women)


Batteries (lithium, lead, and button, alkaline)

See: Battery Disposal

Alkaline Batteries- These are your traditional AAA, AA, C, D and 9 volt batteries. All batteries made since 1994 contain no added mercury and only contain trace amounts that are not hazardous. Because of this they CAN be disposed of in your regular trash. Alkaline batteries will be labeled with “no added mercury” or with a green tree logo.

All other batteries must be treated as hazardous waste.

Rechargeable batteries- Visit Call2Recycle and enter Waltham to find drop-off locations to recycle rechargeable batteries for free. Home Deport, Radio Shacks, and Staples.

Lithium, lead, button, and other- These are hazardous. Many stores selling watches or hearing aids will accept used button batteries.  Home Depot will accept  and lithium batteries for power tools, such as drills, saws, lights, etc.   Staples will accept batteries free of charge.  Otherwise, bring to the Minuteman Hazardous Waste Collection Facility. (See: Hazardous Waste.)

Button Cell Batteries - Collection boxes are available at the Waltham Consolidated Public Works/Recycling Department, 165 Lexington Street, 8:30AM - 4:30PM (Rebates benefit Healthy Waltham). Button cell collection boxes are also at the Waltham Public Library & Council on Aging (488 Main Street) 

Interstate Batteries - 1030 Main St | 781-314-9610. Take car, truck, and household rechargeable batteries (lithium or lead acid batteries). No alkalines

Staples - Take rechargeable Lithium batteries only | 781-899-4943




Bikes not Bombs (617-442-0004), a non-profit organization located in Roxbury, is working to promote community development and alternative transportation. Donated bikes are shipped to third world countries and used locally to train young people as bicycle mechanics. Kids can also build/recondition a bike through the Earn-A-Bike program. Part of the program involves the kids participating in community service

Biological & Infectious Waste

Visit the Massachusetts DEP website or see: Syringes


More than Wordshttps://www.mtwyouth.org/ 56 Felton Street, Waltham MA: 781-788-0035 - Empowers disadvantaged youth to take charge of the business. Will take books, audiobooks, university publishers, music, CD's, DVD's & videogames. Drop off.

Waltham Library: 781-314-3425, See www.waltham.lib.ma.us/policies/donations.php 

Big Hearted Books: 781-784-0813: will take books, CDs, DVDs, records, cell phones, comic books, audio books

Bottles and Cans (Redeemable)

Can be recycled. Rinse, clean, and crush.


Gordon’s Liquors
892 Main Street
ONLY accept brands they sell
No more than 5 cases at a time.

Waltham Bottle & Can Return
131 Lydon St, Waltham | 781-647-4754

Bubble Wrap & Packing Peanuts

The UPS Store (738 Main St, across from the Waltham Library) will take these

Antique dealers frequently take these
Business Waste

Earth Worm: 417-628-1844

Waltham businesses can request recycling pickup if they are located on an existing residential recycling route. Call Recycling Department for more details at 781-314-3391


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Carbon Monoxide Detector

Remove Batteries. Throw detector in regular trash.


Clean cardboard should be broken down and put into your recycling carts with the lid closed. If you have excess cardboard, you can also take it to our corrugated dumpster at 165 Lexington St in Waltham.

Cassettes (Video & Audio)

Savers: 500 Cochituate Rd, Framingham MA - Takes them to sell second hand; drop them off in donation building, which is painted green. The Savers in Burlington (91 Middlesex Turnpike) takes them as well.

Cell Phones

American Legion: Waverly Oaks Rd & Beaver St (781-647-0156). 11AM-12 midnight. Drop off at Members Bar, 258 Wav Oaks Rd.

AT&T: Take old cell phones to location in Waltham (781-890-6074)

Christmas trees and wreathes

Christmas Trees can be recycled and will be picked up at curbside for 3 weeks following Christmas. Remove all decorations. No wreaths with metal backing. Check our homepage for info regarding alternative drop-off locations.

Cleaning Supplies (rug cleaner, wood preservatives, aerosol cans, drain cleaner, oven cleaner, bleach, etc)

see: Recycling & Trash Brochure

Take both remaining product and empty containers as the containers may still contain residue.


Clothes for rags


Unwanted clothes can be brought to the Big hearted Book and Clothing Company. They will take clothing both for re-use AND also clothing to be used for rags. There is a donation container located at 154 River Street, Waltham MA. You can also call them for pick-up at 781-784-0813 if you have at least 8 boxes or 3 bags to donate. 


Take small quantities to Minuteman Hazardous Products Facility in Lexington, MA. See here for more info


EZ Disposal will pick-up computer monitors ONLY, curbside on your regular trash day. Call ahead for appointment at 781-233-2211.


For Apple equipment, purchase a prepaid shipping label from the Electronic Recycling Program, 888-638-2761. The $30 (US) fee covers all costs associated with shipping used products to the Apple recycling vendor.

Construction Waste
(asphalt, concrete, bricks, etc)

American Reclamation Corporation
Charlton, MA
Contact: Toby Tyler
Weathered asphalt, clay bricks, and with and without rebar. concrete slab or decking. Also accept petroleum-contaminated soil. Attached mortar normally used in construction rubble may not be coated with any substance. Call for further info. 1-508-248-3777

See page 2 for more

Cooking Oil (i.e. from a Turkey Fryer)

Larger quantities of cooking oil (example: Turkey Fryers) is considered hazardous waste and should be taken to the Minuteman Hazardous Waste Facility in Lexington.

Copy Machine

EZ Disposal will take small household copiers only. Call to schedule a pick up at 781-233-2211.

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Call EZ Disposal at 781-233-2211 by 3:30pm the day before and let them know that you have a dehumidifier. Then put it out with your regular trash.


see: Construction Waste


see: Appliances

DVD Player

Call EZ Disposal at 781-233-2211 to make an appointment for pick-up curbside on your regular trash day.


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EZ Disposal
Call EZ Disposal at 781-233-2211 to pick-up TV & Computer Monitors Only, curbside on your regular trash day. Call ahead for appointment.

Best Buy
Regardless of where you bought it, what brand it is, or how old it is, just about anything electronic including TV's, DVD players, computer monitors, audio and video cables, cell phones, and more. Most things are recycled free with a few restrictions. Best Buy also offers an electronics and appliances Trade-In and Recycling program to help reduce e-waste. This program is available at each retail location. The program has also been extended with a home haul service for large appliances and TV's: http://bit.ly/BestBuyRecycling

Staples Recycling: Take back certain electronics of any brand at no charge - computers & appendages;desktop copiers, fax machines, PC speakers, shredders, phone, UPS battery backkup, GPS devices, MP3 players, dignital camcorders & cameras. 

Trade in electronic gadgets for Costco cash.  Laptops, cell phones, LCD moniotrs, digital cameras, MP3 players, gaming systems & more.

Apple donates iPads to Teach for America. Visit www.apple.com/recycling to get an estimate value on your device, print out a prepaid shipping label, and receive your Apple gift card.

Walmart, Framingham, MA 
Trade in a wide variety of electronics - cell phones, laptops, cameras, desktop computers - in exchange for Walmart.com eGift cards.

DIRECTV Recycling
See page 1 for electronic recycling 

Green Newton Tips
Green Newton

Exercise Equipment, Stationary Bikes

Play it Again Sports (Buy & Sell) 108 River street, Waltham MA | 781-609-2506

EZ Disposal & Recycling will collect stationary bikes from your curbside on your scheduled pick-up day. 

Eye Glasses & Hearing Aids

Waltham Lions Club collects these items. See here for info: Waltham Lions Club

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Donate to charity - Global Thrift at 322 Moody Street, or the Goodwill Box located at 1100 Lexington Street.

Fire extinguisher

EZ Disposal does not pick up fire extinguishers. Lexington Minuteman Facility does not accept fire extinguishers

Contact Keane Fire and Safety Equipment
1500 Main St. Waltham, MA 781-899-6565 will take for a fee.

New England Fire & Safety in Medford - Residents can empty their fire extinguishers around acidic-soil-loving plants (like pine trees), and call Joe from NE Fire & Safety at 781-396-3203 to have their old fire extinguisher picked up (for a fee) - but only if they buy a new one from them. They DO NOT take empty or old extinguishers if the person has already purchased a new one from somewhere else.


File Cabinet


Call JRM at 800-323-4285 to schedule a pickup for file cabinets. Also see: Metal


Take flares to the Waltham Fire Prevention Department, 175 Lexington Street in Waltham
Food WasteCity Compost
All foods, including meat, dairy, fish, bones, & oil
$3.25/week or $5 every other week 

No meat, dairy, bones, or sea food
$10/week or $12 every other week

Black Earth
978-290-4610 ext. 5
Dairy, meat & fish bones, shells. No yard waste
$3.50/week, $2 (over 100 communities), $1.89 (over 300 communities)


To Donate, See: Donating your recycling & trash to charities. Old furniture that is not donated should be put out at the curb on your regular trash day.

Clean Out Your House Inc.
Waltham, MA 
Fee charged

Fee Charged

Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless
781-595-7570 x13
Furniture bank for those moving out of homelessness
Will pick up large items.

We Get Rid of It
1-866-952-8400, Fee Charged
Furniture, CRT, Appliances, Basement
Dave Fontaine, Owner and Garage Junk.
Responsible and ethical disposal of all materials


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Empty Gas Cans can be put in the trash with the lid off.

Moody Street Mobile NO LONGER accepts gasoline or oil

Minuteman Hazaroud Facility
Take hazardous flammable fluids (ie. gasoline, oil, used or unused to the Minuteman Hazardous Facility in Lexington. see: Recycling & Trash Brochure)

263 Howard Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Accepts residential drop off by appointment only call 978-453-7772. There is a $5.00/per gallon fee.

Gas grills

Gas grills go out with the trash.
Do not call for pick up. MUST REMOVE TANK.


Glass and broken glass should be put in a sealed box or barrel for trash. Mark it clearly glass. Do not put in a bag.

Grass Trimmer

Put out with trash for EZ Disposal to pick up. If gas powered, gas should be removed and taken to Minuteman Hazardous Products Facility (page 2)

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Hazardous Waste

Residents take their hazardous products one day per month, April – November. You must pre-register. See more here (pg 2)

Hearing Aids & Eye Glasses

Waltham Lions Club collects these items. See here for info: Waltham Lions Club

Heater (gas, water)

Call EZ Disposal at 781-233-2211 and tell them you will be leaving it out.

Helium Tanks

Return to Company where you bought it. Look for name on tank.

Middlesex Gasses: 508-879-7820, take unidentified tanks there

Holiday Cards

St. Jude’s Ranch for Children (Care for abused, abandoned, neglected children) | 877-977-7572
No Hallmark, Disney, or American

mail cards to: St. Jude’s Ranch for Children
100 St. Jude’s Street
Boulder City, NV 89005-1618


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Infectious Disease Items

For information on disposing Infectious Waste from your home or medical facility, see HERE

Invasive Plants

Certain Invasive plants should be trashed, according to a special directive from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. Please do not put in compost or yard waste. Plants that can be disposed include: Kudzu, Black Swallow-Wort (seed pods or whole plant), Japanese Knotweed, Purple Loosestrife, Garlic Mustard and Sticky Weed, Oriental Bittersweet, Poison Ivy (secure in heavy plastic bag to protect workers).


iPods may be returned to an Apple store for 10% off of your next iPod purchase.

Also, see: Electronics


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Junk Mail

Catalog Choice Go to catalogchoice.org. Create account, free of charge. Use Search Box to find company (for elimination of mail) and submit the opt-out. If you get mail from that business again, Catalog Choice will follow up for you.

Mass Recycle, Inc.
For tax exempt donation they will send you a booklet of options to stop junk mail P.O. Box 3111, Worcester, MA 01603


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Kitty litter

Throw away in trash. Never flush since litter can clog pipes. If possible, use biodegradable plant based litter such as a kitty litter.

Or you can make your own from newspaper


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Latex Paint

Latex paint is not hazardous. You must dry it out so the paint will not run on the street; dispose of it at curbside with the lid OFF in a bag inside your trash bin/barrel.

(opened or unopened at NEDT, where it gets reused, recycled, or incinerated; charge is $0.55  per pound).  http://nedt.org/

Other options for unopened cans: Craig’s List (under free items) or freecycle.org

See donation options at the end of the page here

Laundry materials (bleach, detergent, spot remover, starch)

see: Hazardous Waste Info

Lawn mower

Push Mower - see Metal


can go out in trash. Call EZ Disposal at 781-233-2211

Power Mower - drain gas and put out for trash.

Ride Mower - Call for private hauler for pick-up. EZ Disposal will NOT pick up.


see: Yard Waste & Yard Waste Program in the Recycling & Trash Brochure


LED lights


LED lights can be brought to the Minuteman Hazardous Waste Facility. See more here

Also see Home Depot option under "Light Bulb" below:

Light Bulb (fluorescent &compact fluorescent /CFL)

see: Recycling & Trash Brochure & Also See: Mercury

You can bring fluorescent bulbs to the Lexington Minuteman Hazardous Products Facility (pg 2). Halogen light bulbs can be put in the trash.


Boston Bark, 73 Pond St | 781-647-7500


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Put in Trash


See here for disposal info

Conigliaro Industries: 888 266-4425
Accept and recycle all types of bedding and furniture items Contact their website for price quotes and additional information.


Waltham Residents can dispose of dry medications (no liquids, creams, or inhalers) at the Waltham Police Department, 155 Lexington St, at the kiosk in the front lobby.

Contact your doctor to see if he or she offers a medicine disposal program.

Check the Medication Disposal webpage for more information or see MassGov's website on how to safely dispose of medications


Step by step instructions to clean up broken fluorescent lightbulb spills please see HERE

Mercury Cleanup Hotline
1-866-9Mercury or 1-866-667-2879

A professional crew should handle spills other than thermometer or fluorescent bulb.
Any spill over 2 tablespoons MUST be reported to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
Call 1-800-462-0444

For Bulk Mercury - Call the recycling Department at 781-314-3391 for safe removal and recycling assistance.

Mercury Switches

We ONLY take Mercury switches. Bring to the Waltham Consolidated Public Works/Recycling Department (165 Lexington Street)


Richardson Walter, Inc.
40 Bennett Street
Somerville MA
Accepts and pays for all kinds of metal. Ferrous and Non-ferrous $0.10 $0.5/lb according to type

Solomon Metals Corp
781-581-7000 accepts and pays for non-ferrous metals only

Framingham Metal Salvage - Accepts ferrous and non-ferrous for rebate money
120 Waverly St, Framingham, MA


Microwaves may be put out with the regular trash.


The best way to get rid of a usable mirror would be to donate it. See Donations.
Otherwise break it, put pieces in sealed cardboard box, and label "BROKEN GLASS" on it.
Can be put in regular trash.

Motor Oil

Option 1: See Recycling & Trash Brochure 

Option 2: A&A Waste Oil - 307 Warren Street, Waltham MA - 781-899-3348

Option 3: Auto Zone, 140 Lexington St, Waltham MA

Moving boxes

Rentacrates and Rentacrate dollies are alternative to cardboard boxes

Benezra Boxes
Will pick up used moving
Boxes in good condition.


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See: Syringes


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See: Quick Links: Household Hazardous Waste, Paint Disposal.

Oil-based paint should be taken to the Minuteman Facility in Lexington.

Latex Paint: Latex paint is not hazardous. You must dry it out so the paint will not run on the street; dispose of it at curbside with the lid OFF in a bag inside your trash bin/barrel. To dry it out, use: 1. paint hardener from the hardware store, 2. Kitty Litter, OR 3. Paint it out on newspaper


Can be recycled curbside. No food soiled paper/boxes, no wax lined paper cups, and no pizza boxes.
If you can rip it with your hands, you can recycle it!

Packing Paper – for large amounts, you can use barrels or yard waste bags. Must be labeled "Recycling" and be placed far away from trash.


Businesses may contact to recycle larger amounts of paper.
Also sells recycled toner and cartridges.

Pesticide (herbicide, fungicide, insecticide, rat poison, etc)

see: Recycling & Trash Brochure

Bring both remaining product and empty containers as containers may retain chemical residue.

Photography / photographic supplies

Chemicals may be taken to the Minuteman Hazardous Products Facility in Lexington -- see: Recycling & Trash Brochure


See: Invasive Plants

Plastic bags

EZ Disposal & Recycling does not accept plastic bags of any kind whatsoever in Recycling carts. Plastic bags can be dropped off at Market Basket and Hannafords (accept all types: grocery, shopping, film packaging etc.) or Shaws (accepts only grocery bags with handles).   

For more information, visit http://plasticfilmrecycling.org

Plastic Container (milk jug, yogurt container, soda bottle, detergent bottle, etc)

Rinse clean and crush before putting in recycling bin.

Pots, Pans

Reuse, donate, or dispose of in regular trash. Please see our donation website.
Think about keeping as a starter set for a family member if the cookware is in usable condition

Prescription Medication

See: Medications

Printer Cartridge

800 Lexington Street, Waltham
Will recycle small and large toner cartridges as well as inkjet and laser.

Can also print pre-paid shipping label from Staples Advantage and send back cartridges to receive $2 back in Staples Rewards for each cartridge.


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EZ Disposal
Call to schedule pick up remove doors, must be kept upright. Put at curbside. Pick ups will occur on your regular Recycling and Trash pick up day.


Rubber Bands


The United States Post Office reuses rubber bands. Leave them out for your mail carrier, take to the Post Office, or place in a bag in a blue mailbox.


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Satellite Dish


See: Electronics



See: Syringes

Shredded Paper
Can be put in Recycling cart. To avoid paper pieces blowing out during pickup, they can be placed in a paper bag


EZ Disposal does not pick up sinks.
See: Construction Waste

Smoke Detector

Smoke detectors can be put out with the regular trash after the batteries are removed 

Can also send them back to the manufacturer via ground mail.

A popular manufacturer is:
First Alert, Radioactive Waste Disposal
780 McClure Rd,
Aurora, IL 60504-2495




Nike's Reuse-A-Shoe program collects old sneakers of any brand. This program grinds up the shoes and uses them in the surfacing of playgrounds and athletic courts in underprivileged communities. See the website for details on where you can drop off or mail your old sneakers.

Snow blowers

EZ Disposal will NOT pick up. Call 1-800-GOT JUNK


Call Boston Bark at 781-647-7500
They will take it for a fee.

Sports & Exercise Equipment

Play it Again Sports (Buy & Sell) 108 River street, Waltham MA | 781-609-2506

Stationary Bikes

EZ Disposal & Recycling will collect stationary bikes from your curbside on your scheduled pick-up day


Landscape Express Woburn
216 New Boston Street, Woburn, MA 01801
See website for opening hours: http://www.landscapeexpress.net/index.php


Does NOT go out with curbside recycling.

Styrofoam packing peanuts can be dropped off at Mail Boxes Etc. 738 Main St, Waltham.

All Styrofoam can be recycled at Conigliaro Industries in Framingham for a fee.

Switches, mercury

We ONLY take Mercury switches. Bring to the Waltham Consolidated Public Works/Recycling Department (165 Lexington Street)


For disposal, residents may contact the following mail back services: Stericycle 1-800-355-8773 or Medasend 1-800-200-3581. Additional info can be found here


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Tanks (acetyne torch, propane, oxygen, helium)

Acetyne torches: Arco Welding Supply Co.
200 Eastern Ave,
Malden, MA 02148
Will recycle torches, will accept residential tanks for disposal w/purchase of new. All other cylinder tanks will be evaluated by sight

Propane Tank: Minuteman Hazardous Waste

Others- empty and bring to scrap yard


Call EZ Disposal at 781-233-2211. Pick-up curbside on your regular trash day. Call ahead for appointment. Includes flat screen T.V.s


See here for disposal info

Donate to charity - Global Thrift at 322 Moody Street, or the Goodwill Box located at 1100 Lexington Street.



Bring to Waltham recycling Dept., Municipal Center, 165 Lexington St to exchange for digital thermometer


All tires may be taken to any Tire store to recycle for a small fee.

Creonte Tire ($5.00)
127 Linden Street
Waltham, MA

Tom Lyons Tire & Auto Center
210 Lexington Street, Waltham Ma
$3.00 per tire

Toaster oven

Toaster ovens should be put out with the regular trash


EZ Disposal does not pick up toilets.
See: Construction Waste Brochure

Conigliaro: Framingham, Ma 888-266-4425, $20 each to recycle


Global Thrift - 322 Moody Street, Waltham MA


Boston Bark
(781) 647-7500
73 Pond Street, Waltham, MA
Take logs up to 3 feet tall and 1 foot in diameter

LaFleur Tree and Landscape Service
Valley Drive
Waltham, MA

Bartlett Tree Experts
Auburndale, MA

Pollock Brothers Tree Service
Weston, MA

McDonough Tree Removal
Percy Road
Lexington, MA

Middlesex Tree Service
Marret Road
Burlington, MA


If the treadmill is in working order consider donating or selling it.
Call EZ Disposal 24 hours before your scheduled trash pickup day. 781-233-2211.


Typewriters can be put in the trash
Typewriter ribbons are not hazardous


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See: Electronics

Video Tape

Lacerta Group
360 Forbes Blvd
Mansfield, MA
Will recycle video only.

ACT Recycling Program
Non-profit employment training program for people with disabilities. Must pay your own shipping but is tax deductible.

You can put them in the trash


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Washing Machine

Call EZ Disposal at 781-233-2211.
Can be picked up on your recycling day, let EZ Disposal know that it will be outside

Weed Whacker

Empty all the oil out, and then you can put it out with your regular trash. Take oil to the Minuteman Facility. See Recycling & Trash Brochure.

Wood (lumber, branches, brush, trimmmings, trees)

EZ Disposal
Branches MUST BE bundled, and less than 2 in in diameter and 3 ft lengths. EZ Disposal will not accept any 2x4 debris from home improvement

Wrapping paper

EZ Disposal will take only paper that does NOT contain wax or foil, or any ribbon. Never burn in fireplace. Must be folded flat and placed in paper bag. Corrugated boxes should be collapsed for recycling.

1-866-569-1718 or 617-569-1718


Can be disposed in the regular trash.

Yard Waste

EZ Disposal & Recycling collects Yard Waste every other week from April 5th through December 10th, 2021. Collection alternates according to your address and the shading color in your mapped zone (Shaded/Un-Shaded). To find out if you are a (Shaded) A WEEK resident or an (Un-Shaded) B WEEK resident, please see this Yard Waste Map and follow the instructions.


Once you've determined if you are a Shaded A WEEK resident or an Un-Shaded B WEEK resident, go to the Yard Waste page (pg 3) of our Recycling & Trash Brochure and follow the calendar/schedule for your week.


You may include leaves, grass, and all other easily raked material. Small twigs & branches less than 2 inches in diameter and less than 3 feet long are okay. No stumps, logs, rocks, or stones. Must be in paper leaf bags or in barrels up to 50lbs marked with “yard waste”. Free yard waste stickers are available at 165 Lexington St. It is illegal to throw away yard waste in regular trash pickup.


*Make note - The City also provides a Leaf Vacuuming Program, where leaves from each household will be vacuumed one day per year, November - December. Bring your leaves to your curb before the Monday of your pick-up week. Leaves won't necessarily be picked-up on your usual trash & recycling day. See page 3


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Disposal for a Fee CompaniesThe companies below provide various disposal services for a fee:

Company Name

Phone Number

We Get Rid of It
Specialize in basement and attic cleanout jobs.  Furniture, CRTs,Construction Debris, Tires, Metal Yard Refuse, above ground pools Responsible and ethical disposal of All materials

pick-up  (fee charged)

1-800-Got Junk


Clean Out Your House, Inc. 
Specialize in cleaning out your house and removing all unwanted items and materials

pick-up (fee charged)


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