Through providing education, material collection and disposal services, RCSWD strives to make it easy for members to dispose of unwanted items in the most fiscally and environmentally responsible manner. Call (802) 775-7209 with any disposal questions!


The Rutland County Solid Waste District provides waste disposal services to its 17 member communities. These communities include Brandon, Castleton, Clarendon, Danby, Hubbardton, Ira, Killington, Mendon, Mount Tabor, Mount Holly, Pittsford, Poultney, Proctor, Rutland City, Wallingford, Wells & West Rutland. We also operate the Regional Transfer Station on Gleason Road. Feel free to call us regarding any disposal information!

Transfer Stations


Rutland County Solid Waste District is a union municipal district that was formed in 1979 to promote the proper management of solid waste within the towns of Rutland County.  We educate and strive to reduce waste in a sustainable and economical matter by giving our residents and businesses the option of recycling, electronic waste, food scrap collection and much more.

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Our goals with outreach are to inform and educate you on proper disposal to help save money and benefit the environment. In addition to our social media links (above), we have a monthly e-newsletter.

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Check out our events calendar to read about special disposal collections and workshops!


Annual Report Cover **View our first full Annual Report for an in-depth review of what we accomplished in 2019.**


February 14, 2020
New faces planning a meet and greet at solid waste district

As published in the Rutland Herald by Keith Whitcomb on Feb. 14, 2020 With a new manager and several new staff members, the local solid waste district is hoping to embrace change. “I think you’re going to always have change, and it’s how you cope with that change,” said Mark Shea, district manager at the […]...

February 13, 2020
Waste district refunding $150k surplus

As published in the Rutland Herald by Keith Whitcomb on February 13. The local solid waste district will refund $150,000 to its member towns. Mark Shea, district manager of the Rutland County Solid Waste District, said in an interview Thursday the $150,000 is a budget surplus accumulated over a period of years. He said the […]...

January 16, 2020
2019 Annual Report

HIGHLIGHTS OF 2019Three New Staff came aboard!Read on below to learn more about each of them.We can't say thank you enough to the three people that retired from their administrative positions at RCSWD in 2019. Congratulations and happy trails to Jim O'Gorman, Joyce Segale and Deane Wilson! They served as previous District Manager, Treasurer and […]...