The Resource Recovery Facility (KRRF) will resume normal hours and activities beginning Tuesday June 2, 2020. Customers will be expected to maintain social distancing while at the windows. Please note that the facility will continue to observe it's temporary COVID-19 schedule through June 1, 2020, which includes household trash and recycling Monday-Thursday 7:15 AM - 3:15 PM and Friday 7:15 AM - 5:00 PM.
Effective June 2, 2020:
- Hours of operation for household trash and recycling: Tuesday through Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
- Hours of operation for resource recovery and hazardous waste: Wednesday and Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
- The Freebie Barn will remain closed at this time.
Residents are asked to do their part in following all updated signage and social distancing measures while at the facility. The threat of COVID-19 is real, and it’s important that residents take precautions to avoid spreading the virus. Please maintain a safe social distance (6 feet) from staff and each other at all times, and remain inside vehicles unless depositing waste in the bins.
Residents looking to get a facility sticker can now do so in-person at the Town Hall Customer Service Center, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM or contact-free by applying online here.
Residents are encouraged to sort plastics before arriving at the facility. Pre-sorting of plastics will significantly reduce wait times during peak hours. As a reminder, acceptable plastics include:
#1 PET - All plastic bottles and jars, any color.
#2 HPDE Natural - Containers such as milk jugs, gallon sized water containers, and some juice containers.
#2 HPDE Colored - Containers such as laundry detergent, shampoo containers, and white milk jugs.
#5 Plastics - Containers such as yogurt cups, butter tubs, lids, caps and takeout containers.
The Resource Recovery Facility does not accept drinking cups, straws or anything black. These unacceptable materials can now go into household trash.
During Winter snow plowing operations the Resource Recovery Facility may be closed. While we make every effort to post updates on this page, all closures/delays will be posted on the Town's home page.
- Soft drinks, water, juice milk and detergent containers
- Dry food boxes, magazines, junk mail, newspapers, inserts, and phonebooks
- Corrugated cardboard, boxes, and pizza boxes
- Tin, aluminum,and steel cans and containers
- Glass bottles and jars
|Tim Ellis||Resource Recovery Facility Crew Chief||(207) 439-1477|
|David Rich||Commissioner of Public Works||(207) 439-0333|