Thank you for visiting the new recycling section of the Town of Tyngsborough website.
Within this area of the web site you will find information on:
WHEN will recyclables/trash be collected? to view the calendar and street listings [Click Here]
WHAT can be recycled?
HOW does one dispose of other materials?
Bi-Weekly Mandatory Curbside Recycling
“Don’t throw your tax dollars in the trash…recycle” Tyngsborough has a contract with Republic Service to collect residential trash every Monday. Recycling is collected every other Monday. For information on your pick-up, refer to the recycling calendar or contact the Board of Health at 978-649-2300 x118.
Please Follow These Rules:
Place your recyclables at the curb by 6:30AM
Curbside recycling is single stream. This means that any accepted recyclables can be placed in any designated recycling container, there is no need to have separate bins for paper/cardboard and plastic/glass/metal.
Recycling bins should be separated from your trash containers by at least 10 feet or on opposite side of the driveway from trash containers.
Recyclable materials can be placed in ANY sturdy container marked “RECYCLE” (i.e., laundry basket, trash can, etc.). Free “Recycle” labels for your containers are available from the Board of Health office at Town Hall.
New residents can pick up a FREE recycling bin at the Board of Health office.
Additional recycling bins are available for $10.00 at the Board of Health office.
An industrial paper shredder is available for public use at the Town Hall meeting room during regular business hours.
No collection on holidays. When a holiday occurs, the collection will be a day later. Please refer to the calendar for further details.
For information on your pick-up please refer to the recycling calendar or call the Board of Health at 978-649-2300 x118.
The Tyngsborough and Dunstable, Massachusetts Freecycle™ group is part of The Freecycle Network and is open to all those who live in, work in, or pass through Tyngsborough or Dunstable on a regular basis and want to “recycle” that special something rather than throw it away. Whether it’s a chair, a toaster oven, bicycle, or an old door, feel free to post it. Or maybe you’re looking to acquire something yourself! Nonprofit groups are also welcome to participate!