Bulk Waste

Bulky Waste Charges

Coming January 2021, the Transfer Station will start charging for bulk waste items.

What should you do with bulky items from home that can be reused or repurposed? They shouldn't go into the trash, if it can be helped. Find resources here to help you find a good use for those larger items.

Organizations Accepting Donations

Books

More Than Words
56 Felton Street, Waltham
781-314-9330
(Bins at Transfer Station)

Computers/Electronics

Clean Out Your Office
Email: sales@cleanoutyouroffice.com
978-263-1072

Raw Material Recovery
461 West Broadway, Gardner
978-730-8266

Surplus Technology Solutions
8 Post Office Square, Suite 3R, Acton
617-835-3208

Household Furnishings - Large

Fresh Start Furniture Bank
16 Brent Drive, Hudson
508-485-2080

Habitat for Humanity ReStore
310 Pond Street, Ashland
508-380-1196
or
1580 VFW Parkway, W. Roxbury
617-317-1170

Household Goods, Inc.
530 Main Street, Acton
978-635-1710

Project Just Because
109 South Street, Hopkinton
508-435-6511

Household Furnishings - Small

Goodwill

Savers
222A East Main Street, Marlborough
508- 485-5191
or
500 Cochituate Rd., Framingham
508-875-0225

Sister Thrift
370 Pleasant Street, Watertown
617-923-1168
or
1251 Worcester Rd., Framingham
508-872-0649

Vietnam Veterans of America

Mattresses

Green Mattress

Sports Equipment

Bikes not Bombs
284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain
617-522-0222

Play it again Sports
108 River St., Waltham
781-609-2506 

Other Avenues

Wayland-Weston Freecycle 

State Recycling Information