Solid Waste & Recycling Facility

Get your Solid Waste Permit! - Beginning September 1, 2021, all Lebanon residents and residents in authorized participating communities will be required to obtain a permit to use the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility.
Learn how to apply.

COVID-19 Operations - The Lebanon Solid Waste Facility remains open. Please review the safety precautions we ask you to take when you visit. View complete details.

  1. Exciting Recycling Opportunity: Styrofoam Collection Day,

    Exciting recycling news! Sustainable Lebanon is partnering with the Lebanon Rotary Club to offer a polystyrene (styrofoam) collection day on Saturday, October 30th from 9:00am to 11:00am at 227 Mechanic Street in Lebanon (behind Jake’s Coffee). View event details.
  2. Don't Trash Your Pumpkin, Compost It!

    After the candy has been eaten and costumes put away, what do you do with those rotten pumpkins out front? Don't throw them in the trash! Compost them in a backyard bin or bring them to the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility and we'll compost it for you. Learn how to compost your pumpkin.
  3. Solid Waste Permits Required

    Please be aware that all Lebanon residents AND residents in authorized participating communities are now required to obtain a permit to use the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility. Learn how to get your permit today. Apply for a permit today!
  1. Purchasing Lebanon Solid Waste Punch Cards

    With the closure of Lebanon City Hall due to COVID-19, Lebanon Solid Waste punch cards are not currently available for sale at City Hall. Punch cards may be purchased at three local vendors or by mail. View complete details. Continue reading...
  2. Lebanon Solid Waste Launches New Education App

    The Lebanon Solid Waste and Recycling Center is proud to announce the launch of a new educational recycling and composting web app for Lebanon-area community members who drop off recyclables and food waste at the Lebanon Recycling Center. Try the new app today!
  3. Lebanon Landfill Compost Pilot a Success

    Lebanon’s effort to reduce the amount of food scraps being landfilled was recently highlighted on “By Degrees”, a new climate reporting initiative by NHPR. It is hoped that a food scrap program will be available for area residents by Fall 2020. Continue reading...
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