The Town of Hebron offers curbside pick-up through Casella Waste Systems, Inc. or you may utilize the Town of Bristol Transfer Station. To sign up for the services available, please contact the Select Board's Office during scheduled office hours or via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Updates will be posted on the Town's Website.


Transfer Station Permits

Town of Bristol Transfer Station permits are available through the Select Board's Office or the Town Clerk's office. If you are unable to pick up a permit, you may send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Town of Hebron
PO Box 188
Hebron, NH 03241

Bristol Transfer Station

Hours are Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 8:00 a.m.to 4:00 p.m. For more information on refuse disposal, select this link:  Town of Bristol Transfer Station

Curbside Pick-up Service 

Refuse containers will be emptied every Monday (unless noted as a holiday*). Containers must be by the edge of the road by 7:00 a.m.

 *Casella Holidays are as follows:

New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas. On Monday holidays, pick-up will be on Tuesday.

Recycling

HEBRON RECYCLES!  Casella has reported that 41% of the trash picked up weekly is recycled. Thank you to our residents for your efforts to preserve our environment!

Casella uses Zero-Sort Recycling - there is no need to sort your recyclables. For more information on Zero-Sort Recycling, what items are recycled and not recycled, select this link: Zero-Sort Recycling

To view additional recycling information, including a video of Casella's Recycling Facility, select this link: Casella Recycles  

Seasonal residents:  Please contact the Select Board's Office when you arrive in order to begin curbside pick-up.

  • Household Hazardous Waste Collection 2017

    The annual Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection for the Newfound Region is set for August 5th from 8:30 am to 12 noon at the NH D.O.T. garage on Ayers Island Road (in back of the Wells baseball field). HHW are substances that poison or contaminate the environment, waterways and lakes, and threaten the health of those in the local community. If these products are poured down the sink or storm drains they can pollute our drinking water, threaten wildlife and ecosystems. When HHW is disposed of in the regular trash or is improperly stored it can react and produce toxic fumes. These are just a few reasons why you should bring in your HHW on August the 5th. Please note this collection is for residential households only. For alternate collection locations and what types of items are accepted, please view the Household Hazardous Waste Collections brochure or visit the Lakes Region Planning Commission’s website ...

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