Laconia Transfer Station
385 Meredith Center Road
Laconia, NH 03246
The Transfer Station accepts municipal solid waste (MSW), limited amounts of construction and demolition material, propane tanks, appliances, electronic waste, metal, residential waste oil, and yard waste. There is also a recycling drop-off area. Materials must be segregated. ALL VEHICLES MUST STOP AT THE SCALE HOUSE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE FACILITY. To see where to unload different types of waste, we have provided a layout map (PDF).
Hours of Operation
|Monday to Friday||7:30am to 3:30pm|
|Saturday||8:00am to noon|
Laconia residents, who are disposing of only recyclables and yard waste, are admitted free. Otherwise, admission to the transfer station requires the purchase of an annual dump sticker or a day pass. Annual dump stickers may be obtained from the city clerk's office. Day passes may be purchased at the city clerk's office or at the transfer station. We accept cash, checks and credit cards. Be prepared to show proof of residency.
|DayPass||$5.00||Laconia Property Owners
Out-of-Town Contractors working at Laconia Residents*
|Annual Dump Sticker
(good for the calendar year)
|$25.00||Laconia Property Owners
*Contractors must have a contract or a note from the property owner for the work being done.
In addition to admission, there may be fees associated with what you are disposing of. We encourage residents to use credit cards and checks to cover disposal fees. Even if what you are getting rid of is free, all vehicles must stop on the scale prior to entering the facility.
City Council has recently approved a rate increase. The new disposal fees, shown here, take effect on July 1, 2022.
Appliances that do not contain freon
Appliances that contain freon
(Note that the City’s transfer station cannot accept refrigerators that use ammonia hydroxide gas instead of Freon as the refrigerant at this time. These refrigerators typically run on propane and are found in campers and other recreation vehicles. The City is working on finding a contractor who is capable of recovering the ammonia hydroxide gas so that the refrigerator can be recycled.)
|Clothing, Shoes and Textiles for donation must be dry and free of mold. Useful items include: bags, coats, dresses, hats, jackets, neck ties, pants, purses, sandals, scarfs, sheets, shirts, shoes, skirts, sneakers, towels , trousers . . . .||Donated items are free. (Stop on the scale first). |
|Construction and Demolition Waste (wood, plaster, insulation, bricks, concrete wallboard, roofing, siding, wall-to-wall carpeting, storm windows/doors)|
Large volumes (10 wheeler dump loads or more than 4 tons) of demolition waste may be accepted only if arrangements have been made with waste management prior to drop off
|$150 per ton|
Call first for large volumes: 528-5822
small (CPU’s, VCR’s, DVD players, printers, scanners, radios, fax machines, home copiers, small stereos)
medium (computer monitors, laptop computers, small to medium TV’s)
large (TV’s greater than 21", large stereo equipment)
$5.00 for the first 100 pounds
plus $105/ton for anything over 100 pounds
|Metal||$5.00 for 2000 pounds|
|Motor Oil (no additives)||Free (stop on the scale first anyway)|
2 to 20 pounds
21 to 60 pounds
|Tires (can be on rims)|
|Yard Waste (residents must empty bags of yard clippings and leaves unless compostable paper bags are used)||Free (stop on the scales first anyway)|