Solid Waste & Recycling Facility

  1. C&D Waste No Longer Accepted

    To increase disposal capacity at the Lebanon Landfill, the City of Lebanon has decided to no longer accept construction and demolition waste starting May 1, 2019. Learn more about this decision and find out where C&D is still accepted. Continue reading...
  2. Please Help Prevent Landfill Fires

    We need your help to prevent landfill fires. Over the past several months, the Lebanon Landfill has extinguished 6 fires, due to improper disposal of electronic devices that have lithium-ion batteries. Learn what you can do to help prevent these fires. Continue reading...
  3. Proper Disposal of Sharps

    Sharps are used by many to manage ongoing health needs such as diabetes, allergies, cancer and other health conditions. Learn more about the variety of options available for proper sharps disposal. Continue reading...
  1. This Holiday Season… Clean your Plate

    We are fast approaching the holiday season. Wonderful food will be shared with family and friends. Unfortunately, far too much of that delicious food will be wasted. Find out how you can help reduce food waste this holiday season. Continue reading...
  2. Leaves, Brush and Yard Waste, Oh My!

    In New Hampshire, leaves and yard waste are banned from being disposed in landfills. This means you can’t “throw them away” in your trash. Continue reading to find out how to properly manage your yard waste this autumn. Continue reading...
  3. Invasive Plants: Dispose, Don't Compost

    At the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility, invasive plants are no longer accepted in the composting area. They need to be disposed of with regular trash. Find out why. Continue Reading...
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