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Recycling and Transfer Site of the Town of Mazomanie, WI

   
Cost: $135 for 2016 annual permit.  
Location: 10347 Highway 14, east of the Village of Mazomanie.  
Open: Open Saturdays from 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. (year round).
Open Fridays from 7 a.m. - 10 a.m. (from the first Friday in April to last Friday in November).
 
Accepted: Household garbage. Separate recyclables: cans/bottles/plastics 1-7 can be mixed together. News print, magazines and clean paper can also be mixed. Cardboard should be broken down and stored separately. Electronic Devices - no extra charge. Ashes also accepted.  
Brush Dump: Town of Mazomanie residents that have a transfer site permit can now dispose of their brush at the transfer site. This can be done during regular transfer site hours. At this time, disposal is limited to brush only. Please no leaves, grass clippings or large stumps.  
Accepted at the Town Hall: Waste oil and transmission fluid. Place liquids in plastic bucket. Bring to the shed to the left of the Town Hall at 711 West Hudson.  
NOT ACCEPTED: Construction material. Latex paint (Special instructions for latex paint: Open the top of the can to allow paint to dry out. Then dispose of the can with your regular garbage.) Hazardous materials are NOT Accepted. Contact Clean Sweep at www.danecountycleansweep.com  
MANDATORY: You MUST separate and recycle glass, tin, aluminum, plastic (1-7), cardboard, newspaper, office paper and magazines. Electronics MUST be recycled.  
Additional fee required: Tires and white goods (refrigerators, etc.)  
 
 
NOTES
1. If you received a transfer site permit with your tax bill, the transfer site permit fee is included on your tax bill. No additional payment is due.

2. If you currently don't have a permit but would like one, send a check (payable to the Town of Mazomanie) along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Town Hall, 711 West Hudson St, Mazomanie, WI 53560. You will receive a permit within a week.

3. RECYCLING IS MANDATORY. Failure to comply with recycling requirements at the transfer site may result in loss of permit.