• Dump installs recycling gear
    November 12,2013
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    KILLINGTON — Residents will now find recycling to be a bit more convenient.

    The town has installed a pair of new compactors at the transfer station, located at 2981 River Road behind the town garage. The first compactor has replaced the previous 20-year-old trash compactor. The second allows residents to engage in “Zero-Sort” recycling.

    Zero-Sort recycling is exactly what it sounds like; paper, glass, tin, aluminum, plastics and cardboard all go in the same device, which uses screens, rotating disks and magnets to sort the materials.

    The new compactors are leased through a 10-year agreement with Casella Waste Systems in Rutland. The agreement is projected to save the town $1,600 annually.

    For more information, visit killingtontown.com and click on the “Solid Waste Transfer Station.”
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