The Town of Thetford is seeking a Recycling Coordinator.
Thetford Residents wishing to use the Town’s Recycling Center, for trash or recycling, must purchase a permit, currently $25. Permits are available at town hall during their regular business hours.
Trash Ticket Sales
Trash service is provided by More Waste Services, you may pay in cash or check or purchase punch cards from them at the Recycling Center each Saturday.
Recycling Center Crew Worker Position Opening – Read the Ad
Next Special Collection in Thetford – Big Trash, Electronics
October 13, 2018
9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
Thetford Town Garage, 3901 VT Rte. 113
Items Accepted for Recycling
Scrap Metal Program:
Any item that is at least 75% metal may be placed in the metal bin.
- Incandescent or Fluorescent Light Bulbs
- Automotive / Windshield Glass
- Drinking Glasses
- Window Panes
- Ceramics (i.e., coffee mugs)
- Porcelain (i.e., toilets, sinks, etc.)
- Excessive Rocks or Dirt
“Anything That Rips” Program:
|—Brown Paper bags
—Chipboard (box board) (e.g. cereal boxes, shoe boxes, etc.)
—Egg cartons (paper)
—Hard cover books (with covers removed)
—Junk mail (with plastics removed)
— Milk cartons
|x Carbon paper
x Blue prints
x Plastic bags (any kind)
x Tyvek envelopes
x Food contaminated products
x Gift wrap (any kind- Christmas, birthday, wedding, etc.)
Plastic & Tin Program
|—#1 – #7 plastic bottles
—Steel and tin food containers
—Aluminum food containers
|X Feed bags
x Shopping bags
X Pellet Bags
|Aluminum Beverage Cans:
All aluminum beverage cans that are NOT redeemable
|x No Take-out containers
x No Pie Tins
x No Cat Food Cans
Battery Terminal Taping Recycling Reminder – Alkaline batteries (A, AA, AAA, B, C, D) do NOT need to have terminals taped. All batteries OVER 9 volts and all rechargeable, nickel cadmium, and lithium (hearing aid button and coin cell) batteries must be taped or put individually in a plastic bag. PLEASE USE CLEAR PACKING TAPE ONLY. This is for shipping/storage safety and efficient processing at the Call2Recycle facility. Call 674-4474 or email email@example.com with questions. Please do not throw your batteries in the trash and please share this information with every Vermont resident you see. Thank you.