Westerly Mini A to Z

These items have a Westerly-specific instruction:


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Questions on the Westerly-specific information? 

Transfer Station: 39 Larry Hirsch Lane, Westerly. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7:30-3:30. Closed on Sundays and most holidays. Phone: 348-2557. All residential trash shall be placed in a specially designated bag approved by the Department of Public Works. All fees below are for residents; non-resident fees are generally twice as much.

Department of Public Works (DPW): 35 Larry Hirsch Lane, Westerly, RI. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 7-3:30.
Contact: DPW at 348-2517, or visit their website.
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Antifreeze: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Appliances (large/white goods): Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $10, including appliances such as a stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer, or hot water tank.

Appliances (w/ Freon): Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $15, including appliances such as a refrigerator, freezer, dehumidifier, or air conditioner.

Asphalt, Brick, Concrete: Drop off "rubble" at the Transfer Station for a fee of $15/ton, including asphalt, brick, concrete and water stone.

Auto Batteries: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Books: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Bulky Rigid Plastic: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Bulky Waste: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $10.

Carpeting/Rugs: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $10.

Christmas Trees: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a $70/ton for brush. – Free for the month of January, after that it’s $85 per ton for brush.

Clothing/Textiles: Drop off at the Transfer Station into Planet Aid boxes.

Construction & Demolition Debris: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $85/ton with a $10 minimum. Includes demolition debris, wood & wood products, sheetrock & plaster, wood or asphalt shingles. No metal.

Cooking Oil: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

E-waste: Drop off at the Transfer Station. Includes TVs, computers and computer related hardware (i.e., printers, keyboards, modems, etc.), cell phones, and cell phone batteries. Non-resident console TVs are $10.

Extra Recycling: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Fluorescent Bulbs: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Furniture: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $10.

Leaf & Yard Waste: Drop off at the Transfer Station. Residents can drop off grass/leaves/garden debris from their own property, free of charge, but for commercial landscapers and residents doing business it’s $10 per ton and $70/ton for brush for residents & commercial landscapers.

Mattresses & Box Springs: Drop off at the Transfer Station, free of charge, for Westerly & Hopkinton residents only, limit 4 per day. Mattresses deemed non-recyclable (severely damaged, twisted, wet, frozen, heavily soiled, biologically contaminated or appear to contain bed bugs) will be rejected mattresses will have a charge of $50.

Motor Oil & Filters: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Paint: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Paper for Shredding: Free at yearly town events, call the DPW for updates.

Plastic Bags & Film: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Propane Tanks: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee: 1-20 lbs. $1; 20-30 lbs. $20; 30-100 lbs. $50; Over 100 lbs. Not accepted.

Scrap Metal: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Tires: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $5 each for car and light truck tires and $15 for heavy tires. 

 

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DISCLAIMER: This information is provided to RIRRC by the city/town. While we request that the city/town updates us when information changes, and we verify all information quarterly, you are welcome to contact the city/town directly.