The Tunbridge Transfer Station is located at 64 Recreation Road, which is the first left off of the Strafford Road as you are coming up the hill from Route 110.
COVID-19 UPDATE: The transfer station is open this Saturday, April 4. To keep us safe, we are not providing change for cash at the transfer station. Bring a check or cash in $5, $10 and $20 denominations. Dump tickets cost either $20 (yellow) or $30 (blue). Someone will be selling tickets from 9 am-12noon at the transfer station. The station will continue to hold normal Saturday hours, 9 am- 3 pm. We are servicing one person at a time. Lines are long. Please be patient. This is NOT the time to bring a big pile of spring cleaning to the transfer station. Please only bring your perishable trash and recycling. Recycling is also happening one at a time.
Construction debris, demolition material or electronics are not accepted. All appliances, tires and scrap metal are accepted. Once a year, a large item collection day is held for items like mattresses and furniture.
Recycling is mandatory in the Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District, which Tunbridge is part of. At our zero-sort transfer station, we accept at no charge:
• Glass – all colors
• Tin, steel and aluminum cans
• Foil and pie plates
• Aerosol cans
• Plastics #1-#7
• Magazines, catalogs and paperbacks
• White and colored office paper
• Paper mail and envelopes
• Brown and colored paper bags
• Corrugated cardboard
• Phone Books