STAY HEALTHY AND SAFE DURING THESE TRYING TIMES
Tri-Town Transfer Station
South Hiram Road
Hours: Mondays: Closed
Tuesdays: 10am to 3pm
Wednesdays: 10am to 3pm
Fridays: 10am to 3pm
Saturdays: 8am to 4pm
Sundays: 9am to 4pm
The Transfer Stattion will be closed on Saturday July 4, 2020 due
to the 4th of July holiday.
Have a safe & happy holiday
My colleague Vanessa Berry, one of our Environmental Educators, will be doing a recycling educational program on Monday June 24th at Bonney Memorial Library in Cornish (start time is 5:30PM).
The event is free to the public and we would love to have any of you attend and if possible you could publicize the event in your communities to spread the word we would really appreciate it!
Thank you very much,
Business Development Manager
(207) 773-1738 x3119 Office
The Tri-Town Board of Directors has establish a new policy for storm days at the transfer station. Effective immediately, the station manager will determine if the station will be closed on storm days. This is for the safety of our attendants and patrons. Before heading to the station on stormy days, please call the station at 625-7633 to determine if they are open or closed. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
NEW DEMO PRICES
EFFECTIVE JUNE 17, 2019
Due to rising tipping fees and cost of operation, we have had to increase our demo fees at the station.
All roofing materials - $40/cy to $55.00/cy min. $20
Pressure treated wood - $40/cy to $55.00/cy min. $20
Sheetrock/plaster - $40/cy to $55.00/cy min. $20
All construction wood - $20/cy to $30/cy min. $20
Insulation in contractor bag - $5.00/cy to $8.00/cy
Insulation in trash bag - $2.00/cy to $5.00/cy
Toilets - $5.00 to $8.00 each
Bathtub – porcelain, concrete, or similar - $10 to $15 each
Bathtub – plastic type - $5 to $10 each
If you have any questions, contact your municipal officers at your town office, or the attendants at the station.
Tri-Town Waste Board
Representing Towns of Baldwin, Hiram & Porter
We would like to thank the citizens of Baldwin, Hiram, Porter, and of course our attendants at the transfer station for their help with our recycling efforts. As you can see from the letter (see below) we received from ecomaine, your efforts have paid off. We have not been charged tipping fees for excessive contamination.
“Another great month for your communities! Thank you for the super clean recycling and for everyone’s effort! It’s been almost a year since we began tracking contamination in the recycling loads and in that time only 2 of the loads from your towns exceeded 5% contamination and that was in the first month of our evaluating the loads. Since June of last year, the loads have consistently been between 0-1% contaminated. What an excellent trend for your communities!
We thank you very much for your exemplary work!”
Business Management Director
Please continue to help us maintain and improve our record of very low contamination. We can’t do it without your help.
Please be sure to have a valid station sticker on your vehicle when using the station. Effective January 1, 2017, if you do not have a sticker, you will be turned away.
If you change vehicle, please remove the station sticker before passing it on to a new owner.
The Tri-Town Transfer Station is now part of the "Call2Recycle" program to recycle old cell phones and rechargeable batteries, and regular batteries. This is a free service. Please see an attendant before leaving the batteries. See the list of acceptable materials below.