Raynham Transfer/Recycling Facility Information
1555 King Philip Street, Raynham MA 02767
Transfer Station Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday 7:00 AM – 4:15 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 10:45 AM
Saturday 7:00 AM – 4:15 PM
Closed Sunday & Monday
Brush Pile Hours:
April - November: Saturday, 9:00 AM-1:00 PM
December - March: Closed
Transfer Station Costs:
Permits provide entry to the facility. Permits are available at the Highway Department Office and the Selectmen's Office at Town Hall.
To purchase a permit, you must have the registration of the vehicle that the permit is to be affixed to. (Registration must have a Raynham address listed. If you have recently moved, please bring proof of residency.)
Permits are a requirement in order to use the Pay as You Throw Program.
$70 Full year permit
$35 Half-year permit (half year is per calendar year)
$10 for second permit (for a vehicle registered at the same address, or a replacement permit)
Bag Tags (Pay as You Throw Program)
Bag tags are used to dispose of household trash and bulky waste. Tags come in sheets of five tags, priced at $10.00 each, and they never expire! One tag is used to throw out one bag of trash [50 lbs. or less]. See chart below for bulky waste.
Bag Tags are available at the following locations:
Highway Department Office [King Philip Street]
Coletti’s Market [North Main Street]
Tedeschi’s Market [North Main Street]
Ace Hardware [Rt.138]
Landy’s Market [Rt.138]
Selectmen's Office at Town Hall [South Main Street]
Anti Freeze can be recycled by appointment only. Anti-freeze only; no mixed or contaminated substances please.
Call 508-824-2718 to make an appointment to dispose of your anti-freeze.
Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) (and other used electronics)
Place in designated area, as directed by attendant.
5 waste tags will be required on each TV and/or computer monitor.
Construction and Demolition (C&D)
Quantities will be measured based upon the number of cubic yards received at facility and an invoice will be issued at the end of the month for that material based on $20 per cubic yard except for commercial users of which it will be based on $30 per cubic yard.
Place in designated area as directed by attendant.
3-5 waste tags will be required in accordance with piece of furniture; attendant will determine how many tags are needed depending on size and weight of item.
The Town sponsors one Hazardous Waste Day per year. In order to participate, you must be a Raynham Resident. Proof of residency is required.
If you are unsure if an item is considered hazardous waste, please call Courtney at the Highway Department (508-824-2718) before bringing any items to the Transfer Station for disposal.
Needles, syringes and sharps containers may not be put in recycling bins or trash! Full sharps containers can be disposed of at the ]Raynham Fire Station. All sharps must be in official sharps disposal containers, no plastic bottles accepted.
Paint can be recycled from April to November, by appointment only. Click here for details. If you have more paint than the limits detailed, you can bring it to the Hazardous Waste Day. (See below).
There are separate, clearly marked containers for each type of recyclable material.
Recycling is free of charge, and helps reduce trash fees. More recycling means less trash!
Materials Raynham Recycles: Glass, tin cans, aluminum cans, newspaper, cardboard, milk cartons, Plastics #1-5, and metals.
Used Motor Oil
Used motor oil can be recycled anytime at the Highway Department. Used motor oil only, no mixed or contaminated oils please. See the attendendant in the recycling area for assistance.
Yard Waste (grass, leaves, and brush)
Grass and leaves may be placed in designated location within the transfer/recycling area. Commercial vendors must have a Commercial Yard Waste Permit. See Courtney at the Highway Department for details.
Brush will be accepted at the Gardiner Street brush drop-off area on Saturdays from April through November (9:00 AM to 1:00 PM) A fee for brush will be charged for commercial users only of $4.00 per cubic yard.