Events
Shreds/e-waste
Narragansett Beach, Gansett Days, 39 Boston Neck Road, West Lot
The Town of Narragansett is pleased to announce a shredding and electronic waste event for residents on Saturday, September 14th, from 8:00 am-1:00 pm. Affordable Shred will be on site to shred confidential documents FREE of charge. There is no box limit but once the truck is full, that is it for this event. Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to the Town of Narragansett. 
eco-depot
Tiverton DPW, 50 Industrial Way
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle! *Weather permitting 
e-waste
Narragansett Beach, Gansett Days, 39 Boston Neck Road, West Lot
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
dehumidifier
Tiverton Department of Public Works, 50 Industrial Way
Do you have an old (but functioning) dehumidifier collecting dust? National Grid, in collaboration with Resource Recovery, is offering National Grid customers a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier for recycling! Residents who participate will receive a $30 recycling incentive rebate, a $30 mail-in rebate towards a new energy-efficient dehumidifier and National Grid will cover the cost of disposal. Residents dropping off dehumidifiers must have ID for proof of residency and must complete a rebate form to receive the money. Turn-in is limited to 2 units per Rhode Island household.
e-waste
Portsmouth High School, 120 Education Lane 
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
eco-depot
DPW, 2050 Davisville Rd. 
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
e-waste
Middletown Amnesty Day, Second Beach, 315 Sachuest Point Road, Middletown
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
e-waste
Town of North Kingstown, 2050 Davisville Road, North Kingstown
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
rigid
Portsmouth Transfer Station, 305 Hedly Street, Portsmouth (corner of Hedley St. and West Main Rd.)
The Town of Portsmouth invites residents to a rigid plastic event on Saturday, September 21 at the Portsmouth Transfer Station from 8:00 a.m to 12:00 p.m. This free recycling event is for Portsmouth residents only.  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Portsmouth’s Recycling Office at 401-643-0359.
dehumidifier
North Kingstown Department of Public Works, 2050 Davisville Rd., North Kingstown 
Do you have an old (but functioning) dehumidifier collecting dust? National Grid, in collaboration with Resource Recovery, is offering National Grid customers a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier for recycling! Residents who participate will receive a $30 recycling incentive rebate, a $30 mail-in rebate towards a new energy-efficient dehumidifier and National Grid will cover the cost of disposal. Residents dropping off dehumidifiers must have ID for proof of residency and must complete a rebate form to receive the money. Turn-in is limited to 2 units per Rhode Island household.
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Blackstone Valley Visitor Center, 175 Main Street, Pawtucket What’s fact and what’s fiction?  Are national new stories about recycling in decline accurate for us here in Rhode Island?  Come get answers! Keep Blackstone Valley Beautiful invites you to a discussion on what is REALLY happening with recycling in our state. Find out what RI has been doing to make improvements on a local level—from equipment upgrades, to operational changes, to an award-winning public education campaign.  Find out where your recycling goes, what it means for the life of the landfill, and what you can do at home to ensure that you are recycling right.
eco-depot
Easton's Beach, 175 Memorial Blvd. 
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
e-waste
Town of Newport, Easton's Beach, 175 Memorial Blvd., Newport
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
bulk rigid
Easton's Beach, 175 Memorial Boulevard, Newport 
The City of Newport invites residents to attend their annual Fall Recycling Day. This event coincides with an Eco-Depot and IndieCycle collection. As part of the event, the City is hosting a Bulk Amnesty day (appointments required) and rigid plastic collection (appointments not required). Both of these collections are open to Newport residents only. Proof of residency is required. Click here for all of the event details.  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to the City of Newport. 
dehumidifier
Wickford Appliance, 380 Mendon Rd., Cumberland  
Do you have an old (but functioning) dehumidifier collecting dust? National Grid, in collaboration with Resource Recovery, is offering National Grid customers a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier for recycling! Residents who participate will receive a $30 recycling incentive rebate, a $30 mail-in rebate towards a new energy-efficient dehumidifier and National Grid will cover the cost of disposal. Residents dropping off dehumidifiers must have ID for proof of residency and must complete a rebate form to receive the money. Turn-in is limited to 2 units per Rhode Island household.
e-waste
Four Corners Chapel, 200 Angell Road, Cumberland
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
scrap metal
Portsmouth Transfer Station, 305 Hedly Street, Portsmouth (corner of Hedley St. and West Main Rd.)
This scrap metal collection event will take place in the lower section of Portsmouth’s Transfer Station and will be open to all Portsmouth residents. A Transfer station permit is not required but proof of residency is required. However, no transfer permit is required. Auto parts will NOT be accepted. Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Portsmouth’s Recycling Office at 401-643-0359.
eco-depot
Transfer Station, 51 Buttonwoods Rd. 
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Woonsocket Recycling Facility, 1117 River St.  Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
Shreds/e-waste
North Lot Town Beach, 81 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett
The Town of Narragansett is pleased to announce a shredding and electronic waste event for  residents on Saturday, October 12th, from 9:00 am-12:00 pm. Affordable Shred will be on site to shred confidential documents FREE of charge. There is no box limit but once the truck is full, that is it for this event. Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to the Town of Narragansett. 
shreds
The Washington Trust Company will hold a free Community Shred Day at select locations across Rhode Island from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 26, 2019. Everyone, including Washington Trust customers and non-customers alike, are invited to take part in the event and have their documents shred. All paper, including: Invoices, timecards, contracts, tax returns, insurance records, legal documents, leases, computer printouts, customer lists, sales figures, sealed bids, statements, balance sheets, personnel records, newspapers, magazines, junk mail, etc. will be accepted. Staples, rubber bands, folders and paper clips do NOT need to be removed. There is a two box maximum per person.
eco-depot
Warwick DPW, 925 Sandy Lane
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes. Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Agnes Little School, 60 South Bend St.
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Resource Recovery, 65 Shun Pike*
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle! *Weather permitting 
eco-depot
Resource Recovery, 65 Shun Pike*
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle! *Weather permitting 
eco-depot
Lincoln Town Hall, 100 Old River Rd.  Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Coventry Town Hall Annex, 1675 Flat River Rd.  Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Cumberland Monastery, 1464 Diamond Hill Rd.  Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
North Pavilion, 77 Boston Neck Rd.  NOTE: Our Narragansett Beach event is the one Eco-Depot collection event where appointments are not necessary. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Burrillville Recycling and Compost Facility, 350 Whipple Ave. Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
DPW, 21 Birchswamp Rd.  Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Civic Center, 200 Factory St. Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes. Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!