Millinocket Town Office
197 Penobscot Ave,
Millinocket, Maine 04462
Phone: (207) 723-7000
Fax: (207) 723-7002

Transfer Station

NOTICE! The Recycling Building will re-open on Monday October 31,2022 to collect Cardboard, Tin Cans, Milk Jugs, and Colored Plastic Containers. When market conditions allow, paper and paperboard packaging will be accepted.

Public Works Director: Bryan Duprey
Office: 207-731-9905
Transfer Station:(207) 723-7037

Hours of Operation: Mon, Tues, Fri 9am-4pm – Sat 8am-4pm
Closed Sun, Weds, Thurs. Closed New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Open on all other Municipal Holidays.

Compost area will remain open 24/7 for Spring and Fall cleanups.
Please keep lumber, trash, and metal out of the brush pile. It is a free service. Let’s keep it that way.

The Millinocket Transfer Site is located on outer Medway Road just beyond the Airport. Trash Permits are required and are being issued at the Millinocket Town Office for Millinocket Residents and Penobscot & Piscataquis County Unorganized Areas which are good for 1 year. The permit fee is $20.00 for Town and $10.00 for unorganized townships. The Millinocket Transfer Site has compactors that compress the trash stream into 115 cubic yard trailers which are transported by the Town to the Penobscot Energy Recovery Facility located in Orrington. The trash then is incinerated to make electricity.

The Town of Millinocket is a chartered member of the Municipal Review Committee (MRC) which is a group of 115 cities and towns that have joined together as a non-profit organization to manage their municipal solid waste (MSW) issues. Since it was founded in 1991, it has proactively addressed long-term challenges on behalf of its members keeping tipping fees reasonable and providing rebates back to the communities as well.  Please check out their web site for further information.

2023 Millinocket Transfer Station Guidelines

Millinocket Recycle Color Book

What happens to things we throw away?

Paint Disposal Program

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