We are Located at 224 Church St. Lyndonville, VT 05851
Phone # 802-626-3532 or 1-800-734-4602
Residential Recycling hours are Wed. 8:00am - 4:00pm & Sat. 8:00am - 3:00pm
*UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE The Recycling Center will be closed every Tues and Thurs.*

What are Special Recycling Programs?

Special Recycling Programs provide easy and convenient recycling options for many common items that cannot be disposed with regular household recyclables. Many of these programs are funded by manufacturers, allowing for residents to dispose at no cost.

What is a Household Hazardous Waste?

Household Hazardous Wastes (HHW) are any products which contain chemicals that render them dangerous or harmful to public health or the environment. Hazardous products often contain labels with warnings including "flammable, reactive, corrosive, or toxic". These toxic substances are banned from landfill disposal in VT.
We accept Household Hazadous Waste at the Lyndonville Recycling Center, 224 Church St, May 1- Oct. 15, 2018. Please schedule an appointment at (802) 626-3532.
If you do not live near Lyndon, check out our calendar of 2019 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events, open to any district resident.
Paint and paint-products (vanish, wood stain) can be recycled through many paint retail locations across VT!

What can I do with my Electronic Waste?

Electronic devices contain a variety of toxic materials and precious metals including mercury, chromium, and lead. Electronic waste must be managed responsibly to ensure recycling and disposal of all components.
The VT E-Cycles program provides convenient recycling of televisions, computers, monitors, printers, and other computer peripherals (i.e., anything that can plug into a computer or has wireless connection to computers) for FREE for all VT residents, charities, school districs, and small businesses. Check here to see if your community offers E-waste disposal.
If your local recycling center does not accept electronics, you can bring e-waste to any participating drop-off location across the state.

How Do I Recycle Batteries?

Household Batteries contain a variety of metals and components that make them valuable to recycle. Vermont's statewide battery recycling partner, Call2Recycle, makes disposing of single-use, rechargeable, and cell phone batteries simple and safe. Call2Recycle's Battery Disposal Guide has more details on how to properly store batteries before disposal.

How do I Dispose of Mercury-Containing Products?

Compact Fluorescent Bulbs (CFLs), Mercury bulbs, and some thermostat systems contain levels of mercury that are hazardous to humans and the environment. Many NEKWMD recycling center locations accept mercury-containing lamps and thermostats.

What to do I do with my Bulky Waste?


Bulky Waste is any item that is trash but cannot fit into a household trash bag.
Many communities have permanent bulky disposal available at their transfer station, or host annual or bi-annual Bulky Waste collection events, check out information below and our 2019 Calendar to see if your town offers these options.
If your community does not have a Bulky Waste collection event, you can dispose of items at the St. Johnsbury Transfer Stations or the Coventry Landfill for a fee.

Below are some tips for Recycling and Reuse options for Bulky Waste in the NEK.


Reuse and Recycle Options for Bulky WasteBulky Waste reuse and recycling options