495 Phoenixville Road, Chaplin, CT 06235
Phone: (860) 455-0073
Fax: (860) 455-0027
To All Residents,
As most of you are aware, the bridge on North Bear Hill Road is currently being completely replaced. Even though this is an active construction site we received several complaints by the construction company working on the bridge regarding trespassers both during and after work hours. The worksite is off limits to any and all unauthorized personnel. The construction site can be very dangerous so the Board of Selectmen are asking everyone to please observe all signage. The State Police have been asked to patrol the area regularly and that trespassers will be prosecuted.
Thank you for your cooperation, The Chaplin Board of Selectmen
Chaplin's Trash & Recycling Center is located at 456 Phoenixville Road (Rt. 198) (Next to the Town Garage)
The majority of Chaplin's trash is incinerated at one of Connecticut's three trash incinerators. Toxic chemicals such as mercury, lead, cadmium & brominated fire retardants can potentially pollute the air during the incineration process, or the soil and water where the ash residue is land filled. Half of Connecticut's mercury pollution comes from our trash incinerators!
Most hazardous waste should be taken to the MidNEROC Chemical Waste Facility in Willington. This includes the following items:
Cell Phones*AcidsCausticsFluorescent Bulbs (tubes and compact fluorescent)**Household CleanersPaints (oil-based, lead)
(alkaline batteries can go in household trash)Solvents
*Rechargeable batteries and cell phones may also be recycled at no cost at many retailers, including Home Depot, Staples, Radio Shack, Best Buy, Whole Foods Market, & Ikea.
**Fluorescent bulbs may also be recycled at no cost at Home Depot, Ace Hardware & Ikea.
MidNEROC Chemical Waste Facility57 Hancock RoadWillington, CTPhone: (860) 684-3163
Hours: 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month beginning on the 3rd Saturday in April and ending with the 1st Saturday in November.
This practice is also a way of reducing waste while, at the same time, creating a product useful as a garden mulch, soil amendment, or potting mix. Fruit and vegetable peels, cores or rinds and other non- animal kitchen scraps can be combined with grass clippings, leaves, weeds & other biodegradable materials to make this product. Much information is generally available on the best methods of establishing a compost area. A useful website to visit is www.compostinfo.com.
Transfer Station - Confirmation of Construction Job
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Chaplin Town Hall 495 Phoenixville Road Chaplin, CT 06235
Town Hall Hours
Monday: 9AM to 3PM Tuesday: 1PM to 7PM Wednesday: 9AM to 3PM Thursday: 9AM to 3PM Friday: Closed
Phone: (860) 455-0073
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