Residents - Transfer Station
Town of Manchester Residential Services
311 Olcott Street, Manchester, CT 06040
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 7:15 am to 2:30 pm
Town of Manchester Transfer Station
The transfer station is available to Manchester residents only
Starting July 1st, 2022 for Manchester Residents needing to dispose of eligible items at the Transfer Station, all residential users must:
1) Apply online for the Residential Recycling Permit
2) Purchase punch cards to pay for chargeable materials brought in
NO one will be permitted access to the Transfer Station without a Manchester Recycling Permit Card.
Non-Manchester Residential Disposal Option
See: /NewSantitaton/assets/File/Pay%20As%20You%20Dump%20Process.pdf(PDF, 114KB)
The Town of Manchester hosts a permanent electronics recycling program available at no charge to all Manchester residents. This program, authorized by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection's E-Waste Recycling regulations, allows residents to recycle electronics during the normal business hours of the Town's Transfer Station. The Transfer Station is currently open Tuesday through Saturday, from 7:15 A.M. to 2:30 P.M (Closed on Sundays & Mondays). The Transfer Station is located at 311 Olcott Street, Manchester, CT. Residents must check in with Town staff for instructions and to be directed to the appropriate electronics recycling container. The program is not available to Manchester businesses or other organizations, it is only for residential electronics.
Residents may recycle up to seven (7) covered electronic devices at one time (per state law). Residents may also recycle an unlimited amount of non-covered electronic devices. Covered electronic devices are listed below. Non-covered electronics are in the list of acceptable items(PDF, 44KB).
- Computers and Laptops
- Computer Monitors
Click here(PDF, 44KB) for a list of All Acceptable Electronics for Recycling, including both covered and non-covered devices.
There are several options available at local retailers in Manchester to recycle certain types of electronics. These include:
Best Buy (Manchester)
Green Monster eRecycling (West Hartford)
For smaller Consumer Electronics (Cell phones, Laptops, Digital Cameras, MP3 players, etc), there are internet based resources that will allow you to recycle these items. Visit www.YouRenew.com for more information.
Click here to learn about our recycling partner, RMG Enterprise.
For additional information on Electronics Recycling or for information on Business/Commercial Electronics Recycling options, please contact us at 860-647-3200 Option 3 or by email.
Fire Extinguishers and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS when full are under pressure and may explode when combined with other materials. As of July 1, 2018,Fire Extinguishers CAN
be brought to aHousehold Hazardous Waste collection
event for safe and proper disposal. An alternative is to discharge the tank in a safe location, at which point it has been depressurized and can be thrown away as trash if it is plastic, or recycled as scrap metal at the Town's Transfer Station if it is a metal extinguisher.
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS do not contain radioactive material, so you can treat them as you would photoelectric smoke detectors. Check with the manufacturer to see if they have a take-back program. If they do not, remove the battery from your carbon monoxide detector and throw it in the trash.