How Do I Dispose of...

Below is a local guide to help you dispose of "hard to get rid of" items. If you have any questions please call the Department of Public Works at (978) 388-8116.  You can also find more information at Recycle Search, view the Recycle Smart Guide or search, "Can I Recycle This?".

  1. Various Items
  2. Television Sets
  3. Appliances
  4. Clothes & Textiles
  5. Furniture
  6. Healthcare
  7. Batteries, Bulbs & Paint

G. Mello Disposal Transfer Station

G. Mello Disposal Transfer Station accepts:

  • Bulk items
  • Construction material
  • Empty propane tanks
  • Furniture
  • Metal
  • White goods
  • Additional waste and recycling

They will not take tires or oil paint. Checks are not accepted. Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express accepted. Call 978-352-9948 for pricing.

Allied Computer Brokers, Inc.

Allied Computer Brokers accepts the following, call 978-388-9965 for fees and hours.

8 TracksAir ConditionersCablesCamcorders
CamerasCan OpenersCar StereosCassette / CD Players
CB RadiosCD-ROMSCircuit BoardsCoffee Makers
Computer CPUs / MonitorsCopiersDorm RefrigeratorsElectrical Panels
Fax MachinesGeneratorsHumidifiers / DehumidifiersLaptops
Records PlayersReel to ReelSatellite DishesScanners
Space HeatersSurveillance EquipmentTelephonesToasters / Toaster Ovens
TypewritersVacuumsVCRsVideo Games


Go to the 1-800-GOT-JUNK website for a list of items they will take, and to get a quote or make an appointment.