Bartlett/Jackson Transfer Station

Waste Disposal & Mandatory Recycling Center
ALL Jackson Residents & Property Owners MUST have a sticker. There are NO exceptions.
Stickers must be displayed (unobstructed) on vehicle windshield - passenger lower left corner 

 

*** Update: New Tire Disposal Fees as of 5.18.2022 ***

Automobile Tires:  $5.00/tire (up to 19”) - $10/tire (20” to 22.5”)           NO RIMS

 

DUMP STORE NEWS: The Bartlett Jackson Dump Store is updating their policy regarding furniture and other large items.  There has consistently been a substantial amount of furniture and other large items left at the Dump Store that do not find new homes.  This necessitates the employees taking the items to the construction debris dumpsters, where the towns pay to haul them away.  Starting Monday, December 13, 2021 furniture and related items will be subject to the same fees as construction debris.  The attendant will check your items and collect your fee.  Items may still be placed in the Dump Store after the fee has been paid. 

BURN PIT INSTRUCTIONS:
  • Non-treated wood without nails can go into the burn pits. 
  • All ribbons and decorations must be removed from wreaths and trees.
  • Painted, glued, press board or anything with nails can NOT go into the burn pit. It must go into the construction container and there is a fee.

Transfer Station stickers are mandatory and must be on your vehicle. These stickers can be obtained thru the Town Clerk-Tax Collector Office and the Selectmen's Office during normal business hours. They can also be obtained by submitting a transfer station sticker request form located on our website and sent with a self-addressed stamped envelope. Jackson residents are allowed 2 stickers per property (no matter how many vehicles are registered). If you have more than 2 vehicles you may choose which 2 to take to the transfer station.

As of January 1, 2008. RSA 149-M:58 bans the disposal of mercury-added products at any solid waste landfill, transfer station, recycling facility or incinerator. Homeowners and businesses alike are affected     by the ban on such items as thermometers, thermostats, electrical switches, mercury button cell batteries and fluorescent light bulbs, including compact fluorescent bulbs.

Illegal dumping can and will result in a $250.00 fine; including knowingly disposing of a fee item without paying the required fee.


Planet Aid Donation BoxPLANET AID DONATION BOX

Planet Aid accepts donations of men’s, women’s and children’s clothes, shoes and accessories, as well as blankets, bedspreads, sheets, towels, curtains and fabric. All items should be bagged. No wet items should be placed inside the box.

Planet Aid is a tax-exempt nonprofit under IRS code 501(c)3. Tax number: 04-3348171. You can obtain a receipt here.