Recycling, Composting & Waste Disposal
Resources for Wallingford Residents
- Recycling - Recycling Center information and FAQs: What to recycle? How to recycle?
- Compost Center - Center information and hours of operation; information on grass clippings, which are NOT allowed in your trash or at the Compost Center.
- Coupon Program for Seniors and Residents with a Medicare Card
- Electronics Recycling Program for Wallingford Residents - Drop-off information at the Recycling Center
- Waste Disposal Center - Center information, hours of operation and current rates for disposal of recyclables and solid waste.
- Mini-Grant Program for Recycling
- Paint Drop-Off Locations - Drop-off information at local stores and HazWaste Central
- Recycling Regulations (PDF)
- Map of Wallingford Town Facilities
More Ways to Recycle
- Bottle and Can Redemption Centers - The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection provides information on the licensed bottle and can redemption centers in Wallingford and around the state.
- The Computer Recycler - Provides information on the free recycling of home and business computers and accessories.
- Department of Energy and Environmental Protection - Recycling Information
- Habitat ReStore - Provides information about the store including location, hours of operation, and a description of the items that are accepted for donation.
- HazWaste Central - Open mid-May through the end of October. Provides information about Center operations, the household hazardous wastes accepted at the facility, and information on nontoxic alternatives to use for cleaning. Register online prior to coming to drop off your household hazardous waste. See what they take here.
- PaintCare: Paint Recycling - Locations to recycle both latex and oil-based paints within CT. (Both latex and oil-based paints are accepted at HazWaste Central.)
- The ReCONNstruction Center - Provides contact information and a description of the types of used building materials available for sale. Also lists the materials that are accepted for donation.
- Recycling 101 - A Keep America Beautiful campaign done with the Advertising Council and others.
- Take 2 - Provides information about free electronic recycling and events.
- Wheels for Wishes & Wellness - A 501(c)(3) nonprofit vehicle donation program that benefits hospitals servicing Connecticut children, offering a simple alternative to selling or trading in an unwanted vehicle and providing donors with free towing and a tax deduction.
- WHAT DO I DO WITH...CT DEEP's Website for how to recycle items: What Do I Do With (ct.gov)