Mason residents are responsible for the disposal of residential waste.
Wilton Recycling Center and Transfer Station
Offers options for waste disposal and recycling. For more information, go to http://www.wiltonnh.gov/government/departments/recycling_center.
Also provides a community-sponsored annual collection for household hazardous waste. For more information on the hazardous materials collection, contact the Wilton Recycling Center. For general information on household hazardous waste, see the EPA’s Household Hazardous Waste page.
The Wilton Recycling Center and Transfer Station is enforcing a “sticker program” on Jan. 1, 2017. Stickers are free of charge and may be picked up at the Recycling Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You need your vehicle registration or proof of residency in a member town to receive your sticker. Up to two stickers per household will be permitted.
Curbside Pickup Service
Many companies in the area offer residential pickup service for household waste, and also provide cost-effective recycling options.
Local Recycling Communities
There are numerous Internet-based communities that share the goal of reusing things and keeping them out of landfills. You can post things that you are giving away, or ask for something that you need. These groups are generally moderated by volunteers.
There are many recycling communities in the area, and many Mason residents are active in these groups.
When you arrange for a pickup, always use caution and common sense, and keep your personal safety the highest priority.