Transfer Station Recycling Information
Your recyclables go to a facility in Springfield to be sorted and sold to manufacturers who will use these materials to make new products. To learn more about this facility & processes go to the Springfield Materials Recycling Facility website.
Click on What is Recyclable to access individual guides about what may or may not be recycled.
View the 16th Annual Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle Guide to help you reduce your trash, reuse durable items, recycle everything you can, and rethink waste. Information is valid through April 2024.
Information on Textile Recycling can be found at: Donate – Don’t Trash Clothing & Textiles.
The MassDEP Beyond the Bin Directory let’s you search items that don’t belong in your household recycling bin to find out where to recycle, reuse, or repurpose them in Massachusetts. The directory helps Massachusetts residents find recycling and reuse outlets for household items – including old electronics, plastic bags, furniture, and textiles – that cannot be recycled with household bottles, cans and paper. You can also use the Recycle Smart MA Recyclopedia to enter the name of the item to find out if you can recycle it or through in the trash.
For additional information on hilltown regional sustainability, recycling, and solid waste go to the Hilltown Resource Management Cooperative (HRMC) website.
Composting information and a special offer through the Hilltown Resource Manangement Cooperative (HRMC) to purchase an Earth Machine Compost bin for 75% less than retail prices. Go here Goshen Composting Information and Composting Bin Special Offer for the details.
Learn more about the Goshen Board of Health’s 50% recycling goal and how we are doing here: