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Posted on: January 17, 2023

Hazardous Waste Collection Events Scheduled

Hazardous Waste Newsflash

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days have been scheduled for 2023.  They will be held at Lebanon High School (195 Hanover St., Lebanon) on Saturday, May 6, Friday, July 14, and Saturday, September 30, 2023 from 9:00AM – NOON. These ...

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Lebanon Solid Waste News
Posted on: January 1, 2023

Recycling Holiday Waste

Holiday Recycling NewsFlash

Now that the holiday season has come to an end, you are left with wonderful memories, beautiful songs, delicious food, and... loads of trash.  The great thing about trash is: most of it is easily recyclable. Here are a few dos and don'ts to remem...

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Lebanon Solid Waste News
Posted on: January 1, 2023

Don’t Waste Your Christmas Tree

Do Not Waste Your Tree with a photo of a decorated tree

Christmas trees are a traditional and wonderful part of this season’s celebration, first recorded in Latvia in 1510. In the United States, more than 50 million trees are sold each Christmas. Christmas trees should NEVER be placed in a dumpster, trash, or ...

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Lebanon Solid Waste News
Posted on: December 20, 2022

Landfill Fee Increases Starting January 1, 2023

Landfill Fees Increasing

The Lebanon Solid Waste and Recycling Facility fees are increasing starting January 1, 2023, per a City Council vote on December 7, 2022.  To help cover the additional costs of labor, healthcare, equipment, et cetera, punch card, and tip...

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Lebanon Solid Waste News
Posted on: October 25, 2022

Landfill Gas to Energy Project Update

Landfill Gas to Energy - Microturbine

The Landfill Gas to Energy (LFG2E) Project continues to move forward. Last week, a large container was received at the Solid Waste Facility housing the five microturbines that will convert the landfill gas into electricity. Recently, we have also taken de...

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Lebanon Solid Waste News
Posted on: October 25, 2018

Leaves, Brush and Yard Waste, Oh My!

photo of red autumn leaves on a branch. Photo submitted by Patricia McGovern.

Fall is in full swing and that means raking the yard.

In New Hampshire, leaves and yard waste are banned from being disposed in landfills. This means you can’t “throw them away” in your trash. 

Leaf and yard waste can be managed in a home leaf pile...

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