Transfer Station

Transfer station regular hours: Sat - 7am - 2pm

Summer hours: Thurs - 4pm - 7pm - May 5 to Sept 29

The Transfer Station is only available to Town of Jackson residents, and you must purchase an annual placard to use it. This placard is not transferrable, only the resident(s) listed on the application will be allowed to use the Transfer Station.

Completely fill out Transfer Station Application, include your payment (note that the price goes up after January 31) payable to the Town of Jackson and either drop off or mail (include a self-addressed, stamped envelope to receive your placard by mail).

Transfer Station Rules:

The Transfer Station is for household waste and recyclables only – NOT BUSINESS WASTE. Only one placard will be issued per household. THE PLACARD MUST BE EASILY VISIBLE TO THE ATTENDANT. If the placard is not visible, you may be denied use of the Transfer Station. This placard must be removed while driving. All vehicle license plate numbers will be referenced back to the number on the placard.

ADDITIONAL FEES:

Certain items being disposed of carry an extra fee. Fees must be paid to the attendant before disposing of the item. Items requiring extra fees are listed below or the attendant on duty can provide you with a list of items requiring extra fees.

TOWN OF JACKSON RECYCLING CENTER
Effective January 1, 2022

Appliances - not containing Freon/coolant - Washers, dryers, water heaters, microwaves, etc.
Batteries – Car and truck batteries will be accepted.
Building Materials – Small quantities from personal residence is acceptable. Examples: carpet, drywall. NO LARGE QUANTITIES – NO CONTRACTORS.
Cans – Aluminum and tin - Rinse and place in designated bins.
Cardboard – All dry cardboard is acceptable. Please collapse and place in the compactor.
Glass – All colors are accepted. Rinse and remove lids and caps before putting in the designated bin.
YARD WASTE – THESE ITEMS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM APRIL THROUGH OCTOBER:
Brush – Please stack branches neatly. As we do not have the manpower or capacity to handle large amounts, please be reasonable in what you bring. If you need information on the burning of CLEAN wood, please visit the DNR website.
Grass Clippings – Do not bag. Place in the bin. Grass only. Grass CANNOT contain any foreign material (glass, stone, etc.)
Leaves – Do not bag. Place in the bin. Leaves only. Leaves CANNOT contain any foreign material (glass, stone, etc.)
Newspaper, phone books, magazines – Separate magazine inserts and shiny paper from newspaper and sheets of paper (printer paper, notepad paper, etc.). Place the dry newspaper and paper and phone books on the table. Place magazines and shiny paper in
designated bins.
Plastic – Stamped 1, 2, 4, 5 or 7 (on the bottom in a triangle). Rinse and remove lids and caps before putting in the bin labeled “PLASTICS”
NOT ACCEPTED:
• Gas Cans, Drums, Propane Tanks
• All Electronics - Please watch for electronic recycling events in the area.
• Fluorescent Light Bulbs
THERE IS A DISPOSAL CHARGE FOR THE FOLLOWING – ASK IF IT IS NOT ON THE LIST. PAY THE DISPOSAL FEE TO THE ATTENDANT.
Used Oil – $1.00 per gallon.
Anti-freeze – $4.00 per gallon
Appliances containing Freon/coolant – $45.00 per unit
Auto Tires No Rims - 40 cents per lb.
Auto Tires on rims - $25.00 per unit
Large Tractor/Semi tires – 50 cents per lb.
Upholstered furniture and mattresses – Chairs $25.00 per unit, sofas $40.00 per unit, mattresses or box springs Twin/Full $25.00 per unit; Queen/King $50.00 per unit