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 203-272-4039

The commercial construction and demolition transfer station is open from

8:00 am to 1:00 pm Saturday and is open to all Connecticut residence.   

Commercial Construction & Demolition

Waste Transfer Station  

CCRT in conjunction with A.J. Waste Systems operates at 22 Burton Drive, Cheshire, Connecticut for all your construction and demolition debris  needs. Since the closing of the town transfer station, CCRT and AJ Waste Systems worked together to provide commercial drop-off services for your bulky items.

Our facility is staffed by professional and knowledgeable experts ready to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. Please be sure to check our  (PDF Acceptable Idem's) to understand what items are allowed in the drop off area and the recycling area.

Some items due require a extra disposal fee due to their physical or chemical make up. We appreciate your cooperation and are happy to help you sort your items appropriately. 

 
 

 Access to CCRT for Connecticut Residents is available ONLY on Saturdays (CASH ONLY)

from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Residential Drop Off Rates

Disposal in the residential drop off area is charged per pound.  Please see the following list for weight limits and cost.

0- 200lbs ---------- $20.00
201- 400lbs ------- $40.00
401 – 600lbs -------$50.00
601 – 800lbs -------$60.00
801 – 1000lbs -----$80.00
1001 – 1500lbs ----$125.00
1501 – 2000lbs ----$165.00

METAL LOADS   ---$20.00 Per Load 

Material Requiring a Per Item Fee

WHITE GOODS &  LARGE APPLIANCE $20.00 EACH
TIRES $20.00 PER TIRE * New Pricing for 2017
GRASS & YARD WASTE $4.00 PER BAG
LEAVES $4.00 PER BAG
WASTE MOTOR OIL $1.00 PER QUART
ANTI-FREEZE $1.00 PER QUART
ELECTRONICS $0.00
CARDBOARD $5.00

Hours of Operation 

Commercially CCRT is open Monday – Fri 7-3:00 only.

Residents are not permitted to use the facility during the week (only on Sat. 8-1) .

CCRT’s # is 203-272-4039.

Feel free to contact us prior to bringing in your household/residential materials if you have questions regarding what is allowed, how it needs to be handled, or even where to put it once you get here.