Transfer Station passes are $20 per day, and are purchased at the Transfer Station for cars and pick-ups. (Proof of residency required.) Cash or check only.
Transfer Station passes are $60 per trip for:
dump trucks less than 5cy
trailers exceeding 10' in length
stake body vehicles
*Dump trucks 5cy and larger are deemed commercial and are not allowed to use the Residential Transfer Station.
Yearly permits (effective September 1st, 2015—August 31st, 2016) for Residential Bulky Waste are $80 per year, per household. Starting Wednesday, August 26th, visit the Town Hall Annex between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm about purchasing yearly permits. Should you not be able to visit the Town Hall Annex or Transfer Station, Wednesday through Friday, between 8 am to 3 pm to purchase your annual permit you may send by mail copies of your vehicles registration and a check for $80 (made payable to the Town of Groton) to the Town Hall Annex located at 134 Groton Long Point Road, Groton CT, 06340 and we will mail back your annual permit. Certain vehicle restrictions apply.
PERMIT SALES FOR THE YEAR THAT BEGINS ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2015
WILL COMMENCE ON AUGUST 26, 2015.
For the fiscal year 2015, Residential Transfer Station Annual Permits will once again be $80 per household. The permits will be valid from September 1, 2015 through August 31, 2016. This annual permit consists of a special hangtag that will be displayed in the resident’s vehicle while at the Transfer Station. The hangtag must be displayed in the specific vehicle for which it is purchased. A resident may receive multiple hang tags for multiple vehicles but they only pay one $80 fee regardless of the number of hangtags issued to that household.
Permit sales will be held at the Transfer Station at 685 Flanders Road starting Wednesday, August 26th. Public Works personnel will be at the Transfer Station Wednesday through Friday from 8 am to 3 pm. There are no Saturday permit sales. Permits can be purchased at the Transfer Station on Wednesday through Friday until Friday September 25, 2015.
Permit sales will be begin at the Town Hall Annex at 134 Groton Long Point Road starting Wednesday, August 26th. Normal hours of operation for the Town Hall Annex are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
We also offer the option of purchasing your annual permit by mail, by sending us a copy of your current vehicle registration, and your check for $80 payable to the Town of Groton. We will then mail the new Transfer Station hangtag. The copy of the current vehicle registration along with the check for $80 can be mailed to t Town of Groton Public Works, 134 Groton Long Point Road, Groton, CT 06234-4873.
PRESENTATION OF CURRENT VEHICLE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO OBTAIN YOUR YEARLY PERMIT. PERMIT MUST BE DISPLAYED ON VEHICLE TO WHICH IT IS ASSIGNED.
Household Hazardous Waste - One day regional collection sites are provided. Watch for newspaper announcements, call 860-448-4083 or see below for dates and locations of other collections in Southeastern Connecticut.
Grass Clippings - Compost or mulch on lawn.
Additional Transfer Station information is available by calling the
Transfer Station Info Phone: 860-536-5698
Paint Stewardship Program
This year SCRRRA will run a Paint Stewardship program during the Household Hazardous Waste Collection at the Flanders Road Transfer Station on Saturday, July 19th between 9 am and 1 pm. Residents may dispose of latex paints at the facility for this one day event only. The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) implemented a product stewardship program where you pay a “disposal fee” when you purchase a can of paint. The intent is to allow for the responsible recycling of unused and leftover paint. Under this program, some retailers are providing a Paint Drop-Off location or others are funding one day collections like the one being held at Flanders Road. After the collection, the old paint is then shipped to recycling facilities where it is used to make new paint products.
Again the Household Hazardous Waste Collection and the Latex Paint Collection are scheduled for Saturday, July 19, 2014 between 9 am and 1 pm at the Flanders Road Transfer Station.
The intent is to allow for the responsible recycling of unused and leftover paint. Under this program there are already retail Paint Drop-Off locations across the state where residents can drop off unwanted paint. There is a limit to 5 gallons of paint and the material must be in the original container with the original label. Please check with your paint retailer to see if they are participating in this program.
In the Spring of 2014, the Southeastern Connecticut Regional Resource Recovery Authority will be accepting paint at their numerous Regional Household Hazardous Waste Day collections. More details will be available when the dates are released in the Spring of 2014.
So what happens to your old paint? After the collection, it is then shipped to recycling facilities where it is used to make new paint products
Compost Bin Sales
The Southeastern Connecticut Regional Resource Recovery Authority (SCRRRA) has made available a limited number of compost bins for sale. The cost is $45 cash or check made out to SCRRRA. Anyone wishing to purchase a bin should contact the SCRRRA office in Gales Ferry at (860) 381-5558.
Hazardous Waste Collections
The Hazardous Waste Collection location schedule for 2016 is available here. Paper shredding is now available!
What can I bring to the HHW Collections?
Shed and Garage HHW
Lawn and Garden HHW
Oil paints and stains
Nail polish remover
Toilet bowl cleaners
Auto body chemicals
Car battery acid
Camping stove fuel
What is NOT Accepted?
Ammunition / Gunpowder
Auto or Marine flares
Radioactive materials - smoke detectors, etc
Large Commercial / Industrial generators of HHW are NOT accepted.
Households with more than 20 gallons or 20 lbs. must call the regional office at 860-464-2509.