The Transfer Station Supervisor is:
The Transfer Station (25 Pudding Hill Rd) is open from the last Saturday in April and closes on the third Saturday in
November. Monthly hours are 9:00am - 4:00pm on 1st & 3rd Saturdays, as well as 4:00pm to dusk on the 2nd Wednesdays.
Waste Collection is done by:
John Davis, Jr., 603 742-1284 or 603 231-0936
Currently the weekly rate for curbside rubbish collection is $4.30 (as of 3/18/2016).
All rubbish should be outside by 8 am on:
MADBURY TRANSFER STATION REGULATIONS
This is to inform the residents of the Madbury Solid Waste Ordinance adopted on March 10, 1981 as it relates to the use of
the Madbury Transfer Station.
PERMITS are issued to residents by the Town Clerk and are renewed every two years or when determined necessary by
the Board of Selectmen. A fee $1.00 will be assessed for each permit. If your permit is not current, one should be purchased
as soon as possible during regular Town Office hours. Permits should be affixed to the windshield of any vehicles entering
the transfer station facility. HOURS established by the Board of Selectmen
are the first and third Saturday of each month from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and the second Wednesday of each
month from 4:00 PM to dusk. Months of operation are last Saturday in April through November. Illegal entry is prohibited
and violators may be subject to a fine.
MATERIALS delivered to the landfill must be separated into the following categories and deposited in the designated areas
as directed by the Attendant.
b) yard waste (leaves, clippings, and twigs)
c) yard waste (limbs under 4 inches and brush)
d) yard waste (limbs 4 inches and over)
e) stumps (limited number -small and portable)
g) other non-putrescible household Items
Transport of items to be disposed of is limited to a vehicle trunk, pickup truck or small trailer.
PROHIBITED WASTE includes waste not accepted at the Lamprey Regional Cooperative and the following:
a) Human and animal wastes such as dead animals, feces, septic waste or sludge.
b) Toxic or hazardous waste such as those containing lead, cadmium, or other herbicides, etc. and those
so identified in the Federal Register 40CFR 261, May 19, 1980.
c) Asphalt shingles
d) Any waste may be excluded by the Selectmen to maintain. the safety of the Transfer Station.
FEE SCHEDULE: As of May 1, 2007 the following items will not be accepted and should be disposed of at the DOVER
RECYCLING CENTER (516-6073) on Mast Road in Dover:
b) Freon Items;
c) Computer Monitors;
d) Scanners/Printers/Copiers & Laptops, and
e) Construction Debris. There is a disposal fee that must be paid by check.
NON-CONFORMANCE with the terms of the Ordinance may be reported to the Selectmen and persons found to be in
violation may be subject to a fine not exceeding $100.00 per violation and/or revocation of the Transfer Station permit.
THE ATTENDANT is present to carry out the Ordinances and maintain order. Your cooperation with his directions will
help to create a smooth, safe, and efficient operation.
The above regulations are intended to give you the information needed to help us op.erate a safe and approved transfer
station facility. Continued state approval of our operation is needed and your cooperation is appreciated.
BOARD OF SELECTMEN