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Hebron Community Calendar

May 2022

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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  • RHAM Board of Educat…
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  • Budget Referendum
  • Zoning Board of Appe…
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  • Commission on Aging
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  • Board of Selectmen
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  • St. Peter's Chu…
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  • Public Building Comm…
  • Housing Authority - …
  • Douglas Library Boar…
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  • Food Share Van - Red…
  • Planning & Zonin…
  • WPCA Meeting
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  • EDC Breakfast Meetin…
  • Health and Safety Co…
  • Hebron Board of Educ…
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  • Household Hazardous …
  • TTCP Vintage Market
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  • Elementary Schools R…
  • Public Building Comm…
  • RHAM Board of Educat…
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  • Reg 8 Insurance Cons…
  • Board of Selectmen
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  • St. Peter's Chu…
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  • Parks & Rec Comm…
  • Republican Town Comm…
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  • Food Share Van - Red…
  • Planning & Zonin…
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  • Board of Finance
  • Hebron Green Committ…
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  • Holiday - Town Offic…
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  • Chatham Health Distr…
  • School Readiness Cou…
Upcoming Events
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Items to be Recycled

Any questions may be directed to the Director of Public Works, Kevin Kelly at 228-2871.


 

Items To Be
Recycled
How To
Prepare
Includes Does Not
Include
Newspaper
Magazines
Most Paper
Bundle together in a paper bag or tie together with string. Place in appropriate container at Transfer Station. newspapers, magazines, catalogues, junk mail, boxboard ex. cereal boxes, pasta boxes, shoe boxes, school/office paper, printer/copier paper, paper egg cartons
remove any clear plastic.
paperback books,
tissues,
towels,
soiled paper,
waxed paper,
wrapping paper,
notebook spiral binders
Cardboard Remove all packaging material, plastic windows and inner bags. Flatten. Bundle together with string. Place in appropriate container at Transfer Station. corrugated cardboard (has wavy inner liner)
unwaxed cardboard (i.e. appliance boxes)
packing material, pizza boxes, waxed or coated paperboard
Glass & Metal
Food & Beverage
Containers
HDPE 2 Plastic
PETE 1 Plastic
Plastics 1-7
Wash out containers. Lids and labels are acceptable. Place in appropriate container at Transfer Station. clean bottles & jars,
clean metal & aluminum cans,
clean aluminum foil and food trays,
milk & juice cartons,
HDPE 2 plastic (examples: plastic milk jugs, bleach bottles, laundry detergent bottles), PETE 1 plastic (examples: soda bottles, clean peanut butter jars, mustard containers)
plastic motor oil containers,
mirrors,
plate glass windows,
light bulbs,
aerosol cans,
broken glass,
flower pots,
plastic toys,
ceramic cups-plates and glasses
Lead Acid Batteries Place in battery recycling area. car batteries
boat batteries
tractor batteries
household batteries
Rechargeable Batteries
(Nickel Cadmium)
Place in container at Transfer Station. spent rechargeable batteries (look for “rechargeable” or “nickel cadmium” on the battery) alkaline batteries
lead/acid batteries
carbon zinc batteries
Motor Oil Pour into the oil containers at the Transfer Station. used oil from internal combustion engines none
Antifreeze Place in the antifreeze drum. used antifreeze none
Tires Place in tire recycling area. car tires, bicycle tires tractor tires
Scrap Metal Bring to Transfer Station and ask attendant where to place. Aerosol cans, paint cans and gas cylinders must be EMPTY! EMPTY paint cans
EMPTY aerosol cans
EMPTY gas cylinders
iron piping
motors
stoves
refrigerators
washers & dryers
metal attached to non-metal (example: sofa bed), containers with contents
Bulky Waste Place in container at Transfer Station. Building debris
Furniture
demolition material
none
Used Clothing Place in clothing drop off container. used clean clothing in good repair rags
dirty clothing
clothing needing repair
Telephone Books Place in SNET container at Transfer Station. telephone books only none
Yard Waste Place in container at Transfer Station. leaves, brush (under 2″ diameter), grass clippings none