Why are there odors coming from the landfill area?
The odor is the hydrogen sulfide (rotten egg smell) gas that has been generated through the interaction of moisture with a major component of sheetrock (gypsum). The landfill has accepted ground construction and demolition (c&d) waste from the Town of Hartford through a mutual project since the mid 1990's, where Hartford accepts c&d waste from the surrounding VT and NH towns, has it ground into small pieces and hauls it to the Lebanon Landfill for use as alternate daily cover on the incoming waste.

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1. What are the hours of operation at the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility?
2. Where can I recycle and dispose of waste in Lebanon?
3. Where can I safely dispose of unwanted prescription drugs?
4. Where can I get landfill punch cards?
5. How do I establish a commercial account?
6. Which items can be disposed and how much will it cost?
7. Where can I dispose of or recycle my computer?
8. Which plastics are accepted for recycling?
9. What can I do with empty, plastic wood pellet bags?
10. What do I do with the grocery bags from the supermarkets?
11. How do I submit a complaint about landfill odor?
12. Why are there odors coming from the landfill area?
13. What is Lebanon's tip fee for landfill disposal and can I use cash or a debit/credit card?
14. Can plastic toys, pails, swimming pools, etc., be recycled?
15. Does the Lebanon Recycling Center accept textiles?
16. I see crows and other birds when I visit the landfill. Are there other types of birds and wildlife in the area?
17. What are prohibited wastes?