Monthly Archives: September 2020

Swap Area

Now that we are in the windier time of year, and due to the fact we do not have a permanent structure to hold items in, on Friday, September 25th, the Waste Management District will no longer be taking small items for our swap area. All small items will be disposed of in the dumpsters. We will continue to accept large items of furniture.
We would like to thank everyone for the items brought to us and for those who enjoyed “shopping”.

Organics Update

As we wrap up our eight-month of accepting household organic waste, we would love to thank all those that have joined our program. You have made it the success that it is.

Here is the monthly breakdown: (in pounds)
January – 588
February – 599
March – 394 (only partial due to shut down from Covid-19)
April – (Closed all month for Covid-19)
May – 356 (partial month due to re-opening)
June – 501
July – 1062
August – 607
Total – 4107
The Pequot Inn has been doing its share to divert organics from their kitchen:
June – 223
July – 256
August – 245
Total – 724

It’s amazing that we have collected almost 2-1/2 tons of organic scraps that have been diverted from our household trash and all from a small number of volunteers in our program. It is our hope that this program will continue to grow with more households and businesses joining in.

Again, thanks to all our volunteers.

FIWMD 2021 Budget Proposal



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Fishers Island Waste Management District will hold a public hearing on its proposed budget for the fiscal year January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021 and will be held on Thursday, September 3, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m., at to allow the public to ask questions and make comments on the said proposed 2021 budget. Please email for a zoom invite.

Please click the link for our 2021 Budget proposal BUDGET proposal 2021