Area 2

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Here you can drop off:


  • Tires
  • Propane Tanks
  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Electronics and Televisions
  • Motor vehicle batteries
  • Freon units
  • Appliances
  • Scrap metal
Car and pickup truck tires are $5.00, large commercial truck tires are $15.00 per unit. Small 20lb-30lb (gas grill) propane canisters are $2.00 per unit. Propane canisters of larger size are $20.00 per unit. Please pay attendant at Area 1 for these commodities prior to drop off

Mattresses and box springs generated within the state of RI are accepted providing that they are dry and intact. They can be dropped off in the mattress box spring box free of charge. A maximum of 3 mattresses are allowed per drop-off. Proof of RI residency required at drop off.
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Most household electronic devices can be dropped off at the electronics container. Any electrical devices such as vacuum cleaners and electric toys with minor electrical components are considered solid waste and will have to be paid for at the scale house in Area 1.
Small batteries sized from AAA-D batteries are to be thrown away in your orange bags. All other batteries can be placed on the Motor Vehicle battery table free of charge. All freon containing appliances such as air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerators, freezers, wine coolers, and water coolers are to be dropped off in this area and are $15.00 per unit regardless of size. Please pay attendant in Area 1 prior to drop off.
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All appliances other than freon units can be placed in these buckets after paying the $10.00 fee. All other metal items may be dropped off free of charge. If you are disposing of any kind of pressurized tank, we ask that you put a hole in the side, or remove fittings to demonstrate that the item is not under pressure. Any kind of metal oil container must be emptied prior to drop-off. If you are disposing of a 275 or 330 gallon oil tank, it must be sawed in half prior to drop-off. Any metal unit containing an engine must be drained of all fluids prior to drop-off.