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


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


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 theRegional Transfer Stationon Gleason Road. Feel free to call us regarding any disposal information!

Transfer Stations


Search for how to dispose of almost any material by clicking this link!


September 17, 2019
Executive Committee Meeting

There will be an Executive Committee meeting this Wednesday, September 18 at 9 AM. The meeting will take place in the RCSWD administrative office at 1 Smith Rd, Rutland, VT 05701...

August 26, 2019
Deconstruction to Save Money and Resources

DECONSTRUCTION-TO SAVE MONEY AND RESOURCESAll materials are easier to reuse or recycle when they are sorted and separated. It’s cheaper to dispose of sorted building materials when they can be used beneficially, as opposed to sending them to the landfill.Reusing MaterialsWith so many old buildings around Vermont, it’s not unusual to see a weathered barn […]...

July 10, 2019
Landfilling: an Overview

Fill the Land with Value, Not Waste"You have one life and, like a tree, you can create abundance, a profusion. You are a known positive. No need to think of yourself as misplaced in the natural world, or that you cause destruction with your presence. Accept that deep in your heart and mind. Then go […]...


Green Up Day is the first Saturday in May- May 4, 2019. Do you like seeing our roads litter free? You can donate to Green Up Vermont on Line 29 of your state income tax form. Contact your town coordinator to be a part of the planning process!

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