Cleanup and Debris Removal
Residents can bring stoves, washers, dryers, dishwashers, trash compactors and water heaters for FREE – Proof of residency required.
Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers AND Microwaves cost approximately $40.
There are many recycling options for electronics in the area. Do not place these items at curbside. AKS Recycling & Transfer Station will take TV sets and computer monitors for $39.50. Console TVs for $58.
You can also call Raw Materials Recovery Corp. at 978-730- 8266 or Blue Knife Recycling LLC at 978-906-5520 for pricing and options.
Cheapest place to dispose of tires is BJ’s
Staples and Best Buy also take electronics
Bulk Item Pick Up
Remember – Residents can put out 1 bulky item each week at the curb. This applies to the residents who receive curbside collection. This does not apply to apartment complexes, condominiums, and building that have 5 or more apartments in, as well as mixed use buildings.
Bulk Items: Are limited to upholstered and wooden furniture, mattresses, box springs, rolled rugs (<5’ long and < 50 lbs) and large plastic toys. This does not include metal or plastic furniture, pieces of wood or other construction and or demolition materials. Residents may put out one bulk item per week with their rubbish and recycling. A mattress and box spring is one item, a table and chairs would also be considered to be one item. A couch, a stuffed chair, an ottoman or other large pieces are considered to be one item as well.
Home Cleanup Hotline
The Crisis Clean Up Hotline is open to help individuals affected by flooding in Massachusetts. Residents can call 978-219-6107 to be connected with volunteers who can assist with fallen trees; drywall, flooring and appliance removal; tarping roofs; and mold mitigation. All services are free and the hotline will remain open through Friday, Sept. 29.
For residents that prefer to call, they can reach us at (978) 516-5155. Our intake hours are as follows:
- Mondays 9:30am-12:15pm
- Tuesdays 9:30am-12:15pm
- Wednesdays 1:30pm-4:15pm
- Thursdays 9:30am-12:15pm
- Fridays 9:30am-12:15pm
Online applications can be submitted here: https://communitylegal.org/get-help/
MassHire Rapid Response
MassHire Rapid Response helps businesses and workers affected by disasters of all kinds. It responds immediately and coordinates with local governments, Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), Small Business Administration (SBA), etc.
Call or text Community Outreach Team at 617-213-0961
Food & Clothing Assistance
Ginny's Helping Hand and Food Pantry and the Jay Moody HVAC team are collecting donations of non-perishable food, personal items, diapers and clothing. Anyone who has been impacted by the storms can go and pick up clothes or food for free.
Bring non-perishable food, personal items, diapers and clothing to Ginny's at 52 Mechanic St.
To schedule a donation pickup of non-perishable food and diapers, call Jay Moody HVAC at (978)534-9483 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.