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The landfill is a great place for bird watching! We have a family of six bald eagles that live nearby and visit us almost daily, a large number and variety of hawks that feed on mice, voles and other animals that live in the closed areas of the landfill. A beaver along the Connecticut River and feral cats that live under a small shelter we have built, are at the site too. The cats are trapped tagged, neutered and released courtesy of the USDA bird and animal control person at the landfill.
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The Lebanon Solid Waste Facility hours of operation are:
Monday - Friday8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.Scales shut down at 4 p.m.
Saturdays8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.Scales shut down at 1 p.m.
The Solid Waste Facility is always closed on:
Visit the Lebanon Solid Waste and Recycling Facility.
You can drop off items at the Solid Waste & Recycling Facility.
The Lebanon Police Department has a Pharmaceutical Drop Box installed in their lobby. It’s available 24 hours a day for you to turn in old, unused or discarded pharmaceutical prescriptions. For more information please visit the Pharmaceutical Drop Box page.
Punch cards are NOT available for purchase at the Solid Waste Facility. They may be purchased in person at Lebanon City Hall or at one of the following local vendor locations:
For more information, please refer to our Punch Cards and Permits page.
All commercial haulers must register with the Solid Waste Facility attendant. To establish a commercial account with the Lebanon Solid Waste facility, please visit our Businesses and Haulers information page.
Please refer to our What Goes Where page for complete details.
In New Hampshire, all computer monitors, laptops and televisions are banned from disposal in landfills and incinerators. The Lebanon Recycling Center will accept these items for a fee. Best Buy and Staples will also accept these items at no cost or a small fee depending on the size of the item. Best Buy or Staples should be contacted for up-to-date information. For more information refer to our What Goes Where page.
All containers with numbers 1 through 7 are now being accepted at the Lebanon Recycling Facility. This means that beyond your bottles (caps removed of course) and beyond your laundry soap containers (rinsed, rinsed, and rinsed some more) you can now recycle materials such as yogurt cups, butter and margarine tubs, and deli containers. For more information, please refer to our What Goes Where page.
The recycling facility now accepts the pellet bags only. Please do not mix other types of plastic bags with the pellet bags. Look for a special container at the recycling center to deposit the pellet bags for recycling. For questions please contact the Solid Waste & Recycling Facility.
These bags will be accepted by the supermarket where you bought your groceries. Look for a special container when you enter the store to recycle these bags. More importantly, re-use the bags or purchase the larger reusable heavy duty bags the stores now sell for a small fee to help reduce the use of the older, one-use plastic bags.
Lebanon's tip fee for landfill disposal is $75.00 per ton. There are separate fees for different items such as refrigerators, mattresses, furniture, etc. Please refer to the landfill website for a list of the various fees. Cash/Credit/Debit is NOT accepted at the landfill. Payment must be made through the use of a "punch card" or through a pre-approved account for commercial users. For more information visit our Punch Cards and Permits page.
No, these items can not be recycled at the Lebanon Recycling Center. The recycling markets for these items is not stable. Please dispose of plastic toys, pails and swimming pools appropriately.
The Lebanon Recycling Center is no longer able to accept textiles at the Recycling Center.
The following cannot be placed in the Lebanon Landfill for disposal:
For more information, please visit our Hazard Waste Collection page.