Lyme Transfer Station

  • At our Transfer Station, residents can dispose of bulky waste items destined for a landfill and dispose of all their recyclables without sorting them. No household garbage is accepted.
  • In general, the Transfer Station is the place to dispose of oil, antifreeze, batteries, appliances, electronics, furniture, bedding materials, tires, leaves, logs, stumps, construction materials, demolition materials and scrap metal.
  • There are some fees that apply to the disposal of certain items, or the quantity or condition of certain items.
  • Some items must meet specific conditions in order to be disposed of at the Transfer Station – e.g., no tires with rims, lawn mowers must be drained of gas and oil, no wood framing or timbers over eight feet long.
  • For the complete details, see this fact sheet.
  • For pricing details, see this price sheet.
  • For the location of the Transfer Station, see this map.
  • The Transfer Station is currently open on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Hamburg Recycling Center

  • At our Hamburg Recycling Center, residents can dispose of accepted recyclables by sorting them into the appropriate bins.
  • Residents who do not wish to sort their recyclables should take them to the Lyme Transfer Station. All recyclables brought to the recycling center must be sorted in order to be accepted.
  • In general, the Hamburg Recycling Center is the place to sort and dispose of:
    • old newspapers, magazines, cereal boxes, office paper
    • corrugated cardboard
    • metal cans
    • aluminum foil
    • recyclable plastic containers and products labeled Type 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7.
    • glass bottles
    • milk and juice cartons made of fiber board
    • For the complete details, see this fact sheet.
    • For the location of the Hamburg Recycling Center, see this map.
    • The Hamburg Recycling Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

No household garbage or other trash of any kind can be accepted at the Hamburg Recycling Center. Bulky items destined for a landfill must instead be taken to the Lyme Transfer Station.  Please be aware:

  • Cameras videotape the recycling center 24/7 and the town reserves the right to file action with the State Police.
  • The town can charge fees to any residents who leave garbage, trash or unsorted recyclables at the Hamburg Recycling Center, forcing the town itself to incur the costs of transporting and properly disposing of the garbage at the Transfer Station.
  • These fees may range from $10 for up to two bags of household garbage to higher fees for landfill waste.
  • Fees are intended for one-time deposits only and not as a replacement for using the Transfer Station or garbage-pickup service from Jansky’s.

Hazardous Waste Collections and Paper Shredding Events

To see when the Lower Connecticut River Valley Council of Governments is holding hazardous-waste collections and paper-shredding events in our area, see this brochure.