Waste Transfer Stations

Residential Composting Survey

Greene County is considering offering a residential composting (food scraps) drop-off program, initially through a pilot program at the Catskill Transfer Station.

You can help by completing a short survey online. It’s only 6 questions!

Please complete by December 13th, 2021

To complete the survey, scan the QR Code

Or Click Here to Complete the Survey using your browser

Revised Operations Schedule

Until Further Notice – Effective Monday, May 3, 2021 – Stations will be closed as listed below:

  • Catskill Transfer Station – Closed Sunday and Wednesday
  • Coxsackie Transfer Station – Closed Sunday and Monday
  • Hunter Transfer Station – Closed Wednesday and Thursday
  • Windham Transfer Station – Closed Tuesday and Wednesday

Residents may address any questions to the Solid Waste Department at 518-943-4600 or eMail solidwaste@discovergreene.com

Dispose in Greene

Our goal is to accept and efficiently dispose of the municipal solid waste stream, including construction and demolition debris, and to process and market the source-separated recyclables generated by the county’s residents and businesses.

When you Dispose in Greene, your tipping fees support a full service Solid Waste Management program, covering municipal solid waste, construction and demolition debris, household hazardous waste collection and a full recycling program. Our transfer stations system provides an easy, efficient and low cost alternative to hiring a garbage hauler. Do it yourself drop off of your trash and recyclables saves you money and keeps jobs in Greene County. We also accept those hard to dispose of items like furniture, mattresses, refrigerators, tires and electronics. Details and fees for acceptance follow below.

 


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View the Greene-Ulster-Sullivan Solid Waste Authority Feasibility Study.

View the FINAL Feasibility Report.

Contact Info
Greene County Solid Waste
240 West Main Street, PO Box 485, Catskill, NY 12414
t. 518-943-4600
f. 518-943-3868
Scott R. Templeton
Superintendent of the Highway and Solid Waste Department