Southington, Connecticut

Southington, CTWaste Material Trucking Company is proud to have worked in the town of Southington since 1947. They currently service approximately 5,500 private customers, offering weekly residential curbside waste collection and bi-weekly recyclable collection.

WMTC’s experience in transitioning traditional refuse collection into automated curbside services began in 1995 in Southington. The company inventoried and delivered 2,500 carts to customers in town and integrated a special database to manage cart information. After this initial start-up period, WMTC went on to automate services for an additional 3,000 customers in Southington. The launch of the automated trash program paved the way for a very smooth transition to automated recycling. In 2009, the company began to introduce single stream recycling to Southington.

Trash must be put out the night before your collection day and placed at the curb. Please be sure your trash receptacle is 3 to 5 feet away from any obstacles such as your recycling containers, mailboxes, trees, etc. Any obstructions that block the truck's access to your container may prevent the driver from emptying it.

When is my recycling week? When is my trash day?Printable Recycling Guide [PDF]

Bulky Waste Transfer Station: The new facility is located at 617 Old Turnpike Rd., across the street from the old transfer station. The entrance is located between 611 (Petroleum Services) and 635 Old Turnpike Rd. (Perfectemp Inc.). There will be signs posted at the entrance.

Map of Bulky Waste Transfer Station [PDF]

Effective May 1, 2010, all residents using the Transfer Station will be required to have a permit to enter the station. Permits must be renewed annually and are available at the Town Clerk's Office.

Bulky Waste Transfer Station Residents Guide [PDF]

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