Just like almost every other state in America, Connecticut produces vast amounts of unusable and non-recyclable waste, and it’s all got to go somewhere. That’s when the states dumps and landfills play an important role in processing the waste. Luckily for you, there are plenty of dumps around the state meaning you’re never too far away from one.
You’ll find them in towns and cities such as Avon, Essex, Clinton, Salem, Windsor, and more.
Some of the waste commonly accepted at these locations include construction materials such as bricks, sand, and scrap metals, as well as common household goods, furniture, electronics, tires, and more. If you want to offload something that may be hazardous or if you’re just not sure they’ll be able to take it, it’s best to give them a call beforehand.