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The Mansfield Green will be open on Saturday and Sunday from 8:00AM to 3:45PM, Monday's from 8am to 12pm. Also, at this time due to liability issues, salvaging will no longer be allowed at the Green. All materials brought into the Green are the property of the Town of Mansfield and shall not be removed.
The Town of Mansfield has a curbside single stream recycling program. The town has selected to implement this program along with Waste Management in order to make recycling easier for Mansfield residents.
Mansfield residents may now dispose of all types of fluorescent bulbs year round at no charge. Collection sites for compact fluorescent, four-and eight-foot U-Tube, circular and high intensity discharge (HID) lamps will be at Mansfield True Value Hardware, 284 North Main Street and at Mansfield Green Recycling Park, intersection of Pratt (Route 106) and East Streets.Pressure treated wood is not accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste collection. Pressure treated wood and a variety of wastes (Acceptable Waste: construction/demolition debris; landscape/yard waste; brick/concrete/fill;, pallets/ fencing/wood waste; tires; bulky items; general cleanouts; roofing materials) not taken by trash pickup or Mansfield Green can, for a fee, be taken to Trojan Recycling Transfer Station, 71 Forest Street, Brockton. Please call Trojan Recycling at 508-588-2332 for questions about the waste and fees. Directions: Montello Street (Route 28) to Perkins Avenue (over railroad bridge) 2nd right is Forest Street.
Latex paint and stain is no longer accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste collection. To dispose of latex paint and stain,simply mix latex paint hardener into the paint can, let solidify overnight and dispose of it in your weekly trash.
State law now mandates that mercury-added products cannot be placed in a regular trash collection. Mansfield residents are welcome to bring mercury thermometers and mercury thermostats to the Board of Health office for disposal and can offer up to two digital thermometers per household in exchange for mercury versions.BUTTON BATTERIES - Button batteries are those small, silvery, button or coin-like batteries that power watches,cameras, calculators, hearing aids, digital organizers and many other devices. When these batteries become used upDON'T THROW THEM IN THE TRASH! They contain mercury, which when incinerated or buried in a landfill,escapes into the environment.The Mansfield Board of Health, with the assistance of the Animal Welfare Committee, has begun a button battery recyclingprogram. Please save and bring your button batteries to the following locations:Mansfield True Value Hardware - 284 North Main StreetRite Aid - 243 Chauncy StreetCVS - 261 Chauncy StreetHefez and Sons Jewelers - 106 North Main StreetCouncil on Aging - 255 Hope StreetHealth Department - 6 Park RowIf you have a large quantity of bulk mercury, please do not move it or bring it to the Health Department. Call us at508-261-7366 and we will have the mercury safely removed.