The Mount Snow Valley is a four-season resort area. In winter, enjoy great alpine skiing at Mount Snow, three cross country ski centers, snowmobile rentals and the VAST snowmobile trail network, snowshoeing, ice-skating, sleigh rides, sledding, tubing, and the pristine and romantic charm of Vermont.
In Spring, Summer and Fall there’s golf, two beautiful lakes for swimming or boating, tennis, mountain biking, hay rides, fall foliage, chairlift rides, shopping, antiquing, flea markets, hiking, and fishing, all in the lakes, streams and hills of the beautiful Green Mountains.
- Downtown on Beaver Street near the tennis courts (directions and hours below).
- Wilmington Transfer Station on Miller Road (directions and hours below).
Please follow the list below and separate items into the proper container. Do NOT put anything in the recycling container that is not listed below. When you deposit items that do not belong, you can contaminate the whole load, causing it to be land filled instead of recycled. This defeats the purpose and costs money.
What to Recycle
- Newspapers (inserts too)
- Junk mail (plastic wrap, pieces removed)
- Mixed office paper
- Books w/out hard covers
- Envelopes (windows okay)
- Phone books
- NO: Aseptic boxes (e.g. drink boxes, soy milk, boxed wine)
- NO: Milk cartons
- NO: Tissues
- NO: Tyvek (non-tearing) envelopes
- NO: Egg cartons
- NO: Paper Towels
- Corrugated cardboard, clean, dry, flattened
- Brown paper bags
- Boxboard (The grayish single-ply cardboard used for: Cereal boxes, Tissue boxes, Toilet paper rolls, Pantry food boxes such as crackers, pasta, etc., Soda or beer boxes/six-pack carriers. )
- NO: Waxed cardboard
- NO: Egg cartons
- NO: Freezer boxes (contain wet-strength additives that make them non-recyclable)
- NO: Juice or milk cartons (contain plastic layers that makes them non-recyclable)
Glass, Metal, Plastic:
- Glass bottles and jars
- Aluminum cans
- Steel (Tin) cans
- Plastic bottles with a neck (all #s), rinsed
- Plastic lids
- Plastic tubs (e.g. yogurt, margarine)
- NO: Plastic bags (can be recycled at Hannaford's)
- NO: Styrofoam
- NO: Light bulbs
- NO: Window glass
- NO: Ceramics
- NO: Pyrex
- NO: Kitchenware
Directions to Wilmington's Recycling Locations
- To Downtown on Beaver Street near the tennis courts and Twin Valley High School: Make a right at the traffic light in Wilmington. Turn left onto Beaver Street (the first left after the light) and follow to the recycling containers on the right. Hours: Open 24 hours.
- To the Transfer Station: From Route 100 north, turn onto Higley Hill Road just before the River Valley Market. Go about 3 miles and Miller Road is on the right. There is a sign for the Wilmington Transfer Station. Transfer Station Hours: Fridays and Sundays - 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Tuesday 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM.
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