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Comingled glass bottles and jars, metal and tin cans, plastics #1, 2, 3, 5 and 7 (rinsed with caps and lids removed, and then added to recycling)
Flattened corrugated cardboard
Comingled magazines, junk mail, catalogues, file folders, glossy inserts, office paper, greeting cards, newspaper, wrapping paper, brown grocery bags, phone books, paper only animal food bags, paperboard, cereal boxes, shoe boxes, clean milk and juice cartons, pasta boxes and soft cover books
Scrap metal, small appliances, metal tools, wire , machinery
Pizza boxes are not accepted.
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The Town of Red Hook’s Recycling Center and The Goods Exchange are located at Glen Pond Drive in Red Hook, NY.
The Town of Red Hook’s Recycling Center and The Goods Exchange are open to all residents of Red Hook that possess a current permit.
Items may be dropped off at The Goods Exchange on Wednesdays and Sundays from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shopping at The Goods Exchange is Wednesday ONLY.
The Recycling Center is open Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. 1 p.m.
Trash may be dropped off on Saturdays only from 7:30 a.m. to noon. year round.
Trash has a separate cash only fee per bag: $1.75 (10 gallon bag), $4 (30-33 gallon bag), $5 (34+ gallon bag). Large items will be charged a per item fee.
Toys, books, magazines, games, sporting equipment, draperies, clothing, shoes, baby items, household tools, gardening tools, dishes, ceramics, cooking utensils, notions, ornaments, decorations, small functional appliances and some small furniture.
Items must have the approval of the Goods Exchange attendant. The attendant has the right to refuse any item.
Items may not be taken for resale.
No broken items accepted and no upholstered furniture of any size.
Propane tanks and appliances containing freon (including refrigerator/air conditioners/freezers are accepted for a $15 fee.
For hazardous waste including poisons, chemicals, pesticides, certain paints and also e-waste such as computers, televisions and printers, contact Dutchess County for their collection schedule: 845-463-6020 or www.dcrra.org
Return eyeglasses to Lion’s Club at most eye care providers, M&T Bank and Northern Dutchess Hospital.
Take styrofoam peanuts and bubble wrap to local shipping and mailing stores.
Please contact Northern Dutchess Hospital for their take back policy.
Never flush! Drop unused medications at the Red Hook Police Department for proper disposal, 8 a.m. to midnight.
Local garages will accept your waste oil.
Yes! Residents may come during the Center’s open hours and help themselves. Be sure to bring your own shovel and buckets.
No permit is required at this time for residents of the villages of Tivoli and Red Hook, and the Town of Red Hook.