The Compost Station will be Closed Memorial Day, Monday the 29th
The Transfer Station will be OPEN Memorial Day, Monday the 29th, regular scheduled hours.
An Important Note from Waste Management (FIWMD)
E-Waste, or electronic waste, describes end-of-life electrical goods such as computers, televisions, printers, mobile phones, etc. According to recent EPA statistics, Americans get rid of 142,000 computers and over 416,000 mobile devices every day. 40% of these items are recycled, but the rest pile up and cause environmental damage by leaking lead, cadmium, mercury and other hazardous wastes.
FIWMD passes along the $25 cost of discarding electronic waste to our customers. Extend the life of our planet by recycling your devices where you purchased them.
The Commissioners of the Fishers Island Waste Management District acknowledge and thank Ann Banks for her years of faithful service to the District. Ann’s inquisitive and open demeanor made her a valuable member of our team. Ann’s friendly personality along with her steadfast and patient leadership will be sorely missed at our meetings. We appreciated that Ann always worked toward doing the right thing instead of concentrating on being right. We value your efforts Ann; on behalf of our community, we sincerely thank you.
Rob Goodwin, Sarah Malinowski, Tim Patterson and Greg Thibodeau
December 13, 2016 Election Results
Bruce Hubert was elected to a five-year term as commissioner to the FIWMD Commission
Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 6:15
at the FI Community Center
Please click on the link for details. PROPOSED 2017 BUDGET
FIWMD SPONSORING American Littoral Society – Northeast Chapter
Turn the Tide on Trash!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016
7:30 AM-2:00 PM
MEET US AT THE COMPOST STATION @ 7:30 AM TO COLLECT TRASH BAGS, GLOVES AND DATA CARDS. RETURN TO THE COMPOST STATION BEFORE 2:00 PM.
WE WILL COLLECT YOUR FINDINGS AND DATA CARDS.
BRING A CAMERA SO YOU CAN PHOTOGRAPH TRASH YOU THINK IS UNIQUE OR WEIRD AND WE’LL POST THEM ON OUR WEBSITE!
We’ve started prep-work for our Project.
The work would otherwise be included in the project cost at prevailing wage.
This is cheap labor compared to prevailing wages!
This is Wayne Doucette and Alan Thibodeau beginning to widen the compost station entrance
After moving huge rocks and grading from the areas around the driveway, this is the widened entrance