The Transfer Station is located at
875 Washington Street
Claremont, NH 03743

DES permit #DES-SW-PN-12-004

Hours:
First Saturday of each Month -  8:00 AM - 3:45 PM

Please note: The Transfer Station may be closed due to a holiday such as Christmas or Thanksgiving. Please check for postings at the facility, on our website, or our Facebook page.

Claremont, NH Transfer Station

Please note that operation of the Claremont Transfer Station changed effective
January 10th, 2024.

What Changed?

January 9, 2024, was the last day that the Claremont Transfer Station accepted household trash or construction debris. 

Aside from the adjusted hours, all other operations remain the same!

Wondering what to do with your trash and misc. items?

The items below are not accepted at the Claremont Transfer station, please read on for disposal options.

Trash

Trash, also known as municipal solid waste (MSW), will be picked up curbside. 

Claremont residents can purchase stickers from Golden Cross Ambulance (open 24 hours - CASH ONLY) or the Claremont Transfer Station on the first Saturday of each month.

Sticker Pricing: 
13 Gallon Bag - $3.00
30 Gallon Bag - $5.00


Residents then contact DeCamp Waste to notify us of your purchase (this is only necessary the first time you acquire stickers). At this time you will be informed as to what day your trash should be placed on the curb for pickup. 

You can notify us via phone, email, or using
this link.

Construction & Demolition (C&D)

Construction and demolition (C&D) waste is generated from construction, renovation, repair, and demolition of houses and other buildings.  C&D waste can be made up of wood, steel, concrete, gypsum, masonry, plaster, insulation, metal, and asphalt.

Claremont residents should contact DeCamp Waste to make proper disposal arrangements. Options could range from  curbside pickup to a dumpster rental depending on the items and the quantity.

Large / Unbagged Items

Items that are too big or too heavy to be placed in a bag.

Claremont residents should contact DeCamp Waste to make proper disposal arrangements. We will arrange pickup based on the item and location (depending on the item, residents may be able to bring it to the Transfer Station on the first Saturday of the month).  

Resident will be charged based on the current Transfer Station fee schedule. A full pricing list can be found here.

Planning to recycle on the first Saturday of the month?

The items below are accepted at the Claremont Transfer station,
please read on for further instructions.

Creating an Account

Transfer station patrons have the option to set up an account via phone, create an account online or pay cash/credit/debit on-site.

Creating an account allows you to add funds prior to your visit to the transfer station, reducing your wait time when you arrive. For example, if you add $20.00 at a time, we will deduct the necessary removal fee from your credit balance, and you will be on your way.

If you choose to utilize our online services, you will have the ability to:
• see your credit balance
• add funds to your account quickly and easily
• update your email address for receipts
• send us a message 

**DISCLAIMER** DeCamp Waste Services reserves the right to charge a bank fee of $25.00 for any returned payments through the online portal.

Set up an account

Recycling

We have options for you!

Option 1: All of your recyclables go into one bag and are placed in the single stream container.

Your costs are
$3.00 for a 13 gallon bag
$5.00 for a 30 gallon bag
$9.00 for a 50 gallon bag

Option 2: You sort out the FREE recyclables and place them in the corresponding bins, the rest goes in the single stream container.

The following items are FREE

Cardboard - Cardboard Container
Boxboard - Boxboard Container
Aluminum Cans - Can Collection Area
Tin Cans - Can Collection Area
Glass - Glass Collection Container

Your costs for
Mixed Paper - Single Stream Container 
All plastics - Single Stream Container
$3.00 for a 13 gallon bag
$5.00 for a 30 gallon bag

$9.00 for a 50 gallon bag

See map and guidelines below

Scrap Metal

Put simply, scrap metal is the combination of waste metal, metallic material and any product that contains metal that is capable of being recycled from previous consumption or product manufacturing.

Examples of scrap metal are stoves, toasters, tire rims, bicycles, etc.

All scrap metal is FREE for disposal. 

Note: Items with freon are an additional charge  (i.e. dehumidifiers, air conditioners etc.).

Please bring to Area M

Waste Oil to be Recycled

Please see the attendant for instructions on how we can take your used oil.  

Acceptable Used Oil:
Synthetic oil — usually derived from coal, shale or polymer-based starting material.

Engine oil — typically includes gasoline and diesel engine crankcase oils and piston-engine oils for automobiles, trucks, boats, airplanes, locomotives, and heavy equipment.

Transmission fluid

Refrigeration oil 

Used Oil is NOT

Products such as antifreeze and kerosene.
Vegetable and animal oil, even when used as a lubricant.
Petroleum distillates used as solvents.
Used oils mixed with hazardous waste.

Please see the attendant for disposal

Leaf Composting

Claremont residents may bring in leaves, grass clippings, and twigs measuring less than 1/2" in diameter for FREE. Wood stove ash is not accepted. 

Leaves must be in compostable bags or removed from plastic bags.

Please bring to Area L

Brush

Brush/Clean Wood

Must be:
Less than 5" diameter
less than 6' long 

All pickup trucks, level with bed $20.00

Please bring to Area L

Wire Recycling

Please see the attendant for instruction on where to place wire. 

Extension Cords
Christmas Lights
Romex Wire
Phone Cables
Equipment Wires
Speaker Cables
Home Appliance Wires
Coaxial Cables
Ethernet Cables
Power Cords

Recycled at NO COST to Claremont residents.

Items Containing Mercury

Lamps and compact fluorescent bulbs
Thermometers
Thermostats
Switches and relays
Blood pressure cuff
Button-cell batteries
Barometers

Please see the attendant for proper disposal and pricing.

Tires

Tires up to and including 16" are $10.00 each
Tires 17" and over are $15.00 each

Tires up to and including 16" with a rim are $12.00 each
Tires 17" and over with a rim are $17.00 each 

Please bring to Area K

Batteries

See below for the different types of batteries and their proper disposal

When in doubt, always see the attendant

Alkaline

Alkaline batteries (including zinc carbon and zinc chloride batteries) are the standard AA, C and D cells, and 9-volts used to power products like flashlights, remote controls and small electronic devices.  Alkaline batteries on the market now are not hazardous and can be disposed of as solid waste.

Alkaline batteries may be placed in with your regular household trash

Button Cell 

Button cell batteries are the small batteries mostly used in hearing aids, calculators and watches. They may contain mercury, a toxic heavy metal, making it illegal to dispose of them in the trash. Handle them as a universal waste, and keep them separate from non-mercury batteries. Cover the battery contacts with tape, or place batteries in plastic bags, individually.  Did you know that damaging a button cell battery can cause a fire?  That's why proper disposal is so important.

Button cell batteries should be brought to the attendant

Lead Acid

Lead-acid batteries include those used in vehicles, motorcycles, boats and emergency lighting.

Automotive batteries should be brought to Area J,
all others see the attendant

Rechargeable

Rechargeable batteries are nickel-cadmium (Ni- Cd), lithium ion (Li-ion), nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) and small, sealed lead-acid (Pb) batteries used to power electronic devices like phones, computers and cameras. These batteries cannot be disposed of as solid waste because they contain cadmium, lithium and lead, which are toxic metals.

Click here to see why proper disposal is so important!

Rechargeable batteries should be brought to the attendant

Electronics

E-waste is a popular, informal name for electronic products nearing the end of their “useful life.” Computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, and fax machines are common electronic products. Many of these products can be reused, refurbished, or recycled.

Pricing sheet

Please bring to Area B

Propane Tanks

Propane Tank - 1 pound $1.00 each
Propane Tank - 20 pounds $5.00 each
Propane Tank - Larger than 20 pounds $15.00 each

Please bring to Area I

Clothing Bin

Since 2014, Apparel Impact has provided clothing, food and other much needed resources to over 9,000 people and families locally. Apparel Impact is known for its focus on supporting local people and causes and being the first for-profit company in New England to institute an entire division focused on helping local people.

Book Bin

We are pleased to partner with Discover Books to give your old books a new life!  Discover Books will redistribute, recycle or resell your old books for a great cause.  They proudly support literacy efforts in communities by providing high-quality books to children families, schools, libraries and others in need.

House Rules

We ask that you please be patient and courteous! If you ever have a question or concern, please feel free to reach out, we're more than happy to assist you.

No dumpster diving.  Even though an item might seem neat and reusable, it's a liability and safety issue to enter the containers.  Please, under NO circumstances should you ever enter a dumpster or container.  

We only accept recycling generated in the City of Claremont.  The facility reserves the right to open and inspect bags for compliance based on reasonable suspicion that materials may have originated outside the city. 

A valid transfer station window decal must be visible.

No hazardous waste is accepted. 

Speed Limit 5 MPH.

All persons and vehicles entering the transfer station do so at their own risk. 
 
Video and audio recording at the transfer station takes place 24 hours a day. 

If you have an emergency, please contact 911 and/or a transfer attendant immediately.

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