Transfer Station

Open: Tuesdays and Saturdays 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, Thursdays 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Phone: (860) 429-7189 (on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays only)

Location: 221 Warrenville Road (Route 89), Mansfield Center, approximately one mile from the intersection of Route 89 & Route 195 (Click here for a map & driving directions).

Use the transfer station in place of collection service or to supplement it. Not all waste (such as sofas and demolition debris) and recyclables (such as large metal items and electronics) are collected curbside. Transfer Station Use Study (June 1, 2006)

Bring some form of identification with you that shows you are a Mansfield resident. A license or utility bill is fine. Small bills are appreciated when paying by cash. Credit cards are accepted.

Fee waivers are available for income eligible transfer station users.


Garbage - 35 gallon garbage bags$3.50 each
Garbage - 35 gallon garbage can$7.00 each
Garbage - 55 gallon drum$9.00 each
Garbage - 55 gallon drum (less than 1/2 full)$4.50 each
Garbage - Compact pickup (1 cubic yard)$35.00
Garbage - Flat loaded pickup (2 cubic yard)$70.00
Garbage - High loaded pickup (4 cubic yard)$140.00
All other garbage (measured on site)$35.00 / cubic yard
Bulky Waste$30.00 / cubic yard

Transfer Station Recycling
The transfer station accepts all the recyclable items collected curbside, plus many more. The attendant will show you where to place each item. We do not charge for several of the items we recycle.


Passenger car tires (up to 16 1/2")$2.00 each
Large truck tires (off rims)$8.00 each
Large truck tires (on rims)$20.00 each
Large off-road tires$35.00 each
Scrap metal$3.00 / cubic yard
Capacitors or ballasts$3.00 each
Appliances with Freon (refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, freezers)$12.00 each
Wood chips$10.00 per scoop
Stumps $30.00 / cubic yard

No Charge For These Recyclables

AntifreezeComputers & AccessoriesMattressesStrings of lights
Batteries - (car batteries, rechargeable batteries, button batteries)Electronic Equipment & Wires and cords - (ie, stereos, DVD players, radios) Textiles - (curtains, tablecloths, rags, pillows, stuffed toys, bed linens, anything cloth )  Plastic Bags / Plastic film - (bread bags, case & paper product wraps, dry cleaner bags, newspaper bags, air pillows)
Brake FluidFluorescent BulbsMixed PaperShredded Paper
Box SpringsFood scraps (for composting)OilStyrofoam peanuts
CansGlass BottlesOil FiltersTelevisions
CardboardGrass ClippingsPlastic Containers (except Styrofoam)Microwaves
Cell PhonesGrocery BagsPaintVCR's
ClothingLeavesPropane tanksVegetable Oil