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Portsmouth sets price for 2021 transfer station stickers

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Town Council has set the 2021 sticker price for annual access to the Hedly Street and Prudence Island transfer stations for residents who opt to use these facilities.

Portsmouth Recycling Coordinator Ray Antaya, left, helps Cliff Curtis unload garbage at the Portsmouth transfer station in 2018.

Transfer station stickers will cost $211 for the first vehicle per household and $10 for one additional vehicle per household.

Town Hall remains closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To keep all parties safe, the town will only accept 2021 Transfer Station Sticker applications (all necessary documents and payment by check or money order) by mail or in the tax payment drop box located on the south side of Town Hall.

Applications are available for pick up at the south side vestibule in Town Hall, or you can print an application by going to portsmouthri.com/182/Transfer-Station-Solid-Waste and clicking on the 2021 Hedly Street Transfer Station Rules and Application link.

Be sure you enclose all appropriate documents, including a stamped, self-addressed envelope and a copy of your vehicle registration when obtaining a sticker by mail. The town is not responsible for lost mail applications. All required documentation is listed on the application.

Because of the pandemic, the town will allow sticker holders a two-month grace period to obtain a new sticker. That means last year’s transfer station sticker will provide entry into the facilities until the end of February 2021. A three- to four-week turnaround time is expected on transfer station stickers, so plan accordingly.

The town will continue the pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) program used in conjunction with its transfer station. All residential household waste must be disposed of in specially marked town-approved bags residents purchase at area stores. Recycling is disposed of free of charge. Yard waste dropoff is available at the transfer station between March 15 and December 31 and is also free of charge.

The Hedly Street transfer station offers a wide variety of diversion bins to dispose of various household items, most of which are free. Read the 2021 Hedly Street transfer station rules and application for full details or visit portsmouthri.com/182/Transfer-Station-Solid-Waste for more benefits of using the transfer station and a list of frequently asked questions.

Call the Tax Collector’s office with sticker questions at 401-683-1214. Questions on waste disposal, the PAYT program or recycling should be directed to Recycling Coordinator Ray Antaya at 401-643-0359 or via email at [email protected]

As a reminder, all residents utilizing the transfer station must wear a facemask and maintain appropriate social distancing.

Sours: https://www.newportri.com/story/news/local/2020/12/17/portsmouth-sets-price-2021-transfer-station-stickers/3923292001/

Yard waste pickup in Newport slated for next week; transfer station open

The city of Newport Department of Public Services are still cleaning up after Tuesday's storm.

NEWPORT — As city crews work to clear felled branches and tree limbs as a result of Tuesday’s heavy thunderstorm, property owners are being reminded that any yard waste longer than 3 feet and more than 4 inches in diameter can be dropped off free of charge at the Waste Management transfer station on Halsey Street.

City crews from the Department of Public Services are currently clearing city-owned trees from public and private properties, with a priority given to the roads and sidewalks that are not passable.

Property owners are advised residential yard waste under 3 feet in length and less than 4 inches in diameter and can be bundled and tied, placed in paper yard waste bags or placed loose in barrels (maximum of 20 bags/bundles/barrels) for pickup next week.

Yard waste exceeding 20 bags or bundles may also be dropped off free of charge at the transfer station and is not counted as one of the two free dumps offered to residential property owners. If you are unable to transport the materials, residents may use a private contractor.

Residents are reminded they must be present during a drop off at the transfer station and provide a government-issued photo ID and proof of residency, such as a tax bill or water bill in order to avoid disposal fees.

Resident non-property owners are also entitled to a 30 percent discount on the Waste Management scale rate. If possible, renters are encouraged to contact their landlord to hire a private contractor to remove and transport excess or oversized debris.

For additional information on the Waste Management Transfer Station, visit cityofnewport.com/transferstation. To download a copy of the 2020 Yard Waste calendar, visit cityofnewport.com/trash.

Sours: https://www.newportri.com/story/news/local/2020/07/15/yard-waste-pickup-in-newport-slated-for-next-week-transfer-station-open/113963156/
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These items have a Newport-specific instruction:


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Questions on the Newport-specific information?

Clean City Program Recycling Drop-off Area/City Yard: 80 Halsey St., Newport.
Contact: For General Program Information, please call (401) 845-5613 (24/7). Or to reach program staff, call (401) 845-5617; Newport Clean City Program's website. 
Visit the Bulky Waste website.

Self-service hours for certain items: Books, Clothing/Textiles, Cardboard, Scrap Metal (small metal appliances), Mon.-Fri. 7am-3pm.

Items that require assistance: Motor Oil & Filters, Scrap Metal (larger items). Mon.-Fri. 7am – 3pm (Hours may vary, please call ahead to ensure staff is available to assist 401-845-5617). Check in at the Clean City Office, located in the front office at the Public Services Garage.

Newport Transfer Station (owned/operated by Waste Management): 65 Halsey St., Newport. Hours: Mon-Fri 8-11:45am, 12:30-3:15pm; Sat 8-11:45am. Newport residential property owners are allowed two (2) trips, up to 500lbs each, to Waste Management Inc's Newport transfer station per fiscal year (July 1- June 30) at no charge. Residents must show government issued photo ID and proof of residency.  Complete guidelines here.
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Appliances (white goods): These items are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. OR Drop off small metal appliances such as toaster ovens at the Recycling Drop-off Area (self-service). Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details.

Appliances (w/ Freon): These items are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. OR bring to Transfer Station. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details.

Asphalt, Brick, Concrete: These items are not acceptable to throw away, but residents may contact the following construction companies, which may take these materials for free: Mello (847-3377), J.A.M. (847-7163), or Peckham Brothers (846-0274).

Books and Media: Drop off in the Discover Book donation bins at the Recycling Drop-off Area (self-service) and the Newport Public Library (300 Spring St.). This includes books and commercially recorded media such as CDs, DVDs, records and books on CD.

Bulky Rigid Plastic: Drop off at the annual recycling event to be recycled, OR these items are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. OR bring to Transfer Station. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details.

Bulky Waste: These items are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. OR bring to Transfer Station. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details.

Cardboard: All flattened cardboard must fit inside of the recycling cart, with the lid closed. For cardboard that does not fit, bring to the Recycling Drop-off Area (self-service). Or, bring to the Transfer Station with a government issued photo ID and proof of residency - see complete guidelines.

Carpeting/Rugs: These items are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. OR bring to Transfer Station. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details.

Christmas Trees: Picked up curbside during one week in January. Visit website for schedule.

Clothing/Textiles: Drop off at the Recycling Drop-off Area (self-service) to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of RI donation bin, or the bin at the Edward King House (35 King St.). Or visit the following donation center: Planet Aid at 7 West Main Rd. (at One Mile Corner).

Construction & Demolition Debris: Drop off at the Transfer Station.

Extra Recycling: Drop off at the Transfer Station with a government issued photo ID and proof of residency - see complete guidelines. For Cardboard ONLY, drop off at the Recycling Drop-off Area (self-service).

E-waste: TVs and computer monitors are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details. Or, free e-waste recycling is typically offered at the annual recycling event, check with the Clean City Program for updates.

Furniture: These items are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. OR bring to Transfer Station. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details.

Leaf & Yard Waste: Yard Waste collection is offered for one week in January (with Christmas tree pickup), one week in mid-March, four weeks in April, every other week through the spring and summer, and for three weeks in November and one week in December. Yard waste is defined as leaves, grass, herbaceous material, brush, and branches up to 3 feet in length and 4 inches in diameter. Yard waste can be set out in brown paper leaf bags or loose in barrels up to 32-gallons in size. As of November 2014, barrels no longer need to be labeled "yard waste." Twigs & branches can be bundled with twine into reasonably sized bundles if they do not fit into bags or barrels. Yard waste must be free of litter and will not be collected in plastic bags. Soil is not considered yard waste and will not be collected. There is a limit of 20 bags of yard waste per collection. OR property owners can bring it to the Transfer Station. Fees may apply if owner not present with the load. Government issued photo ID and proof of residency required - see complete guidelines.

Mattresses: Drop off at the Transfer Station for recycling if clean, dry and free of living organisms, free of charge. Unacceptable items may be picked up curbside twice per month or brought to the Transfer Station, fees apply. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details.

Motor Oil & Filters: Drop off at the Recycling Drop-off Area (this item requires assistance).

Paper for Shredding: Check for special events on our City of Newport Trash and Recycling page. Many local organizations and business also sponsor free events during the year, check with the Clean City Program for updates.

Scrap Metal: For small metal appliances, drop off at the Recycling Drop-off Area (self-service). For larger items, drop off at the Recycling Drop-off Area (this item requires assistance). OR larger scrap metal items are picked up curbside twice per month, fees apply. Visit the Bulky Waste website for complete details. OR drop off at the Transfer Station, fees apply. 

Small Appliances (no Freon): Typically electric items with a cord, if made primarily out of metal, can be dropped off with scrap metal. 

Tires: Drop off at the Transfer Station for a fee of $10 each (not included in two free trips).



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