Transfer Station stickers cost $100 for the first car in the household, and $15 per each additional car in the same household.
Stickers may be purchased at the Tax Collector's office via cash or check during their regular hours, or it can be purchased via regular mail (form available by clicking here). This requires a copy of the registration of the car that the sticker will be affixed to.
The Transfer Station Sticker is only valid for the vehicle it was issued
Stickers must be permanently attached to the vehicle front window in the lower left corner in such a way as to be easily visible to the attendant. Stickers may not be taped to the window or laminated and kept in the vehicle. If you need to transfer the sticker to a different vehicle, you must remove the sticker from the old vehicle and bring it and your new registration to the Treasurer's Office for a replacement sticker.
The attendant may stop a vehicle any time to confirm that the registration on the
sticker matches the registration on the vehicle.
Only residential refuse generated with the Town of Middleton will be accepted at the Transfer Station. The attendant has the right to randomly inspect loads in a reasonable and responsible manner and turn away any material that seems to be
obviously commercial or contain hazardous or other unacceptable material. The
attendant may also turn away loads that seem too large to come from a single residence.
Any individual who accidentally or intentionally creates litter will have the responsibility of cleaning it up.
All trash must be bagged
Electronics (televisions, computer monitors, computer equipment, etc.) may be disposed of at the Transfer station for an additional fee of $15.00 per item. Residents may purchase an Electronics Sticker which should be affixed to each individual item. These stickers can be purchased at the Tax Collector's office at Memorial Hall during their regular business hours. The item may then be brought to the Transfer Station and given to the station attendant for disposal.
The following material will not be accepted at the Transfer Station:
Ammunition or other explosives
Any barrels or other containers that hold or once held hazardous material unless inspected by the Transfer Station Operator to insure that they are empty
Construction and Demolition waste
Hazardous material including but not limited to gasoline, pesticides and herbicides, chemicals, oil based paint and mercury containing products such as thermometers and florescent bulbs, car batteries. (Many of these materials can be disposed of at Hazardous Waste Days or other periodic events.)
Infectious or medical wastes
Sealed containers including gas cylinders, animal carcasses, radioactive material, liquid or slurry waste of any kind regardless of packaging or labeling
Sewage waste or sludge
Tree stumps, boulders, rocks, stones, dirt or other non combustible material
The following materials will not be accepted at the trash compactor but have designated containers or areas within the Transfer Station:
Brush will be accepted on scheduled collection dates
Container glass separated into clear green and brown items (Note. window glass, drinking glasses, dishes and light bulbs must go in the compactor.)
CRTs (Cathodes Ray Tubes), computers, monitors and video games.
Paper including newspapers, magazines, phone books, junk mail, paperboard boxes and cardboard
Passenger car and light truck tires (Limit two per month)
Plastic - All seven grades of container plastics
Tin and aluminum cans
Used motor oil
White goods (appliances), however, Freon bearing appliances are prohibited (Freon bearing appliances must be evacuated by a certified vendor before disposal in metal bins)
If any section of these regulations shall be deemed illegal, invalid or unenforceable for any reason, such action shall not effect any other section of the regulations.
Violators of these regulations may have their transfer station sticker revoked or have other enforcement action taken against them.