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Compost is typically screened and made available to Transfer Station permit holders mid-May.
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You need to purchase either an annual Permit or a One-Time pass to access the Transfer Station.
One-Time Passes and Non-Routine Tickets can be purchased at the Tax Collector's Office by cash or check only or at the Transfer Station solar Kiosk by cash or credit / debit card.
Yes, any method of access to dispose household solid waste requires the use of Sandwich Pay-As-You-Throw bags.
No, only household solid waste and everyday recycling can be disposed with a One-Time Pass.
By using a trailer or hiring a local disposal contractor. Only permitted vehicles are allowed access to dispose bulky-items.
The Sandwich Transfer Station does not operate a "swap-shop". Instead, users are encourage to donate their reusable items at a recycling organization
Brush and demolition can be disposed at an alternative facility. Household hazardous waste can be disposed at annual collection events.
Oil or gas soaked rags can be disposed at one of four annual Upper Cape Household Hazardous Waste Collections organized by the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension