Compost Station


631-788-7227
fiwastemanagement@gmail.com

Compost Station Regular Schedule (see Transfer Station Schedule on previous page ) 

Monday           7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Tuesday          Closed for site work and material processing

Wednesday    7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Thursday        Closed for site work and material processing

Friday              7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Saturday          7:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sunday            CLOSED

Compost Station Holiday Closings: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day


FOR SALE
TOPSOIL     $50 PER YARD
MULCH       $25 PER YARD
COMPOST $50 PER YARD

*PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO ARRANGE FOR LOADING
Items Accepted: Yard waste, Construction Debris -Household items: Toys, Clothing, Lamps, Brooms, Mops, Broken down Garbage Cans, Appliances, Bikes, Landscaping Machines, Rugs, Metal/Plastic Cloth Hangers, Furniture & Tires, etc.

Please Open Link for Fees at the Compost Station CS FEES
No Hazardous Waste, No Trash, No Kitchen Waste, No Bathroom Waste, No Recyclable Bottles, Cans, Food Plastic Containers, Paper Products or Corrugated Cardboard
Please do not dispose of anything until the station attendant has reviewed items. If attendant is busy please get their attention and wait until they can assist you. Any home owner, island contractors and off island contractors: must make arrangements in advance with attendant at the compost station if they plan to bring large and/or heavy loads to the station.

2 thoughts on “Compost Station

  1. Lucinda Herrick

    I’ve heard that one can bring kitchen compost to the compost station. However, here on the FIWMD website it says “No Kitchen Waste”. Could you please clarify? In advance, thank you,

    Reply
  2. Mindy Duryea

    Hi there,
    Is there a list of acceptable kitchen waste compost items anywhere? I remember it differs from my home compost service but cannot remember exactly. I’m interested in whether we can compost animal products (I’m thinking no since it’s an outdoor facility?) and also things like used paper towels with food waste on them, or paper sandwich wraps etc. Thanks!

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