The Transfer Station and Recycling Center is located at:
21 Bedford Road
(voicemail is not checked daily)
Hours of Operation
Saturday: 10 am to 2 pm
Sunday: 12 pm to 3 pm
Additional Summers Hours
Wednesday: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
(Late May through early September)
The Recycling Center was created on April 22, 1990, Earth Day, when the town received a grant for one-half the cost of the recycling building from “New Hampshire the Beautiful”. A large group of volunteers under the watchful eye of contractor Terry Robie raised the building in almost one day. The Selectmen joined in and everyone enjoyed grilled hot dogs and hamburgers. The Center was formally opened on June 2, 1990.
In the year 1994, we went to a compactor vs. open container thus saving more money.
The town subsequently voted in a PAYT (Pay-As-You-Throw) program, so almost all services are now covered by user fees. If you want to throw everything away, you can, but you must pay for it, whereas if you recycle half that, your costs are cut in half.
Wayne Godfrey, Manager
Susan Belyea, Supervisor
Rick Stygles, Supervisor
David (Tim) Cole, Recycling Attendant
Maria Kearney, Recycling Attendant
In March of 2016, Piermont began participating in the Zero-Sort Program. For details on how to recycle under this program and which items are acceptable, please see:
If you bring your recycling in bags or boxes, please dump it out into the dumpsters as the automatic system at the plant cannot sort it if it’s bagged or boxed.
Used paper plates are not recyclable!
Town Trash Bags are now available for purchase in
Town Clerk’s Office
Thanks for your cooperation!
To learn more about Zero-Sort, click on the link below.
On that page, under “Featured Solutions“, click on “Zero-Sort Recycling“.
The exception is that Piermont Zero-Sort DOES NOT include glass or aluminum cans in the mix.
In conjunction with the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission (UVLSRPC), we hold a one-day event at the Recycling Center so you can get rid of hazardous materials (i.e. old gas, chemicals, oil base paint, etc.). Click on the link below for more information and the current schedule.
For more information, please visit:
For the safe use, storage and disposal of medicines, visit Twin State Safe Meds for a list of locations and other information about keeping your family and the community safe.
If you are not familiar with the various areas of the Transfer Station, click here for a layout of the entire site: