The Town of North Hempstead has a mandatory recycling program for paper, corrugated, cardboard, bottles and cans. Recycling not only lowers our costs (and your taxes), it is the right thing to do for the environment. You can find information about what to recycle on the Town of North Hempstead web site.
Recyclables are collected on one of your regular collection days, as shown on the flyer. Set out your recycling at the curb by 7 AM on your recycling day. Route pick-up times can change.
The District no longer distributes recycling containers. District residents may choose any of the following options for their recycling:
Take Back Programs Sponsored by Industry or Required by Law
Please click here for details on how to properly dispose a wide variety of household items that should be handled with care!
The Residential Drop-Off at the Solid Waste Management Authority’s (SWMA) Transfer Station on 999 West Shore Road, Roslyn is operated by The Town of North Hempstead. Proof of residency (driver’s license) is required.
For information regarding Town of North Hempstead Recycling and and other important information, please go to www.northhempstead.com, and click on Garbage & Recycling Information under "Our Services"..
North Hempstead's S.T.O.P. program offers residents of North Hempstead the opportunity to dispose of their household hazardous waste, electronic waste (E-Waste), compact fluorescent bulbs, rechargeable, lithium, button and car batteries, disposal of unwanted and expired pharmaceuticals.
For more information on recycling and the S.T.O.P. program for hazardous household waste, refer to the Town of North Hempstead web site.