Lysite Transfer Station

Contact Information:
District Office Phone: (307) 332-7040

Driving Directions:
Follow Main Street 2 miles north of town.  Turn right near the silver colored tank.  Follow the gravel road.

Hours of Operation:
This site will be operated by a community volunteer program. For access opportunities, please reach out to a community member.

Closed January 1 (New Year’s Day), Presidents Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve (1/2 day – closing at 12:00 p.m.), Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve (1/2 day – closing at 12:00 p.m.).
All schedules will be pending safe travel on roadways.

Wastes accepted:
MSW (bagged), C&D, Recycling

Disposal Fees:
The fees to dispose of municipal solid waste (MSW or household trash) and construction and demolition debris (C&D) waste are below. Recycling is FREE and available during open event if the site is operated by the District; and/or if the site is operated by a Volunteer Program, and they elect to have recycling available.

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Recycling Materials Accepted:
Recycling is FREE. View what is recyclable at District Transfer Stations
Please remove all recyclable items from plastic bags and dispose of bags.

The following items will be accepted during open hours:

PLASTICS (please rinse and sort into proper bins)
#1 clear bottles (water and pop bottles, vegetable oil, etc.)
#2 bottles (milk jugs, bleach, laundry detergent, motor oil, antifreeze, etc.)
We do not accept:
Chemical containers, medication (pill) bottles, films ( wraps, tarps), bags, Styrofoam, toys (plastic sleds, etc.) pools, and such

PAPER PRODUCTS (please sort into proper bins as follows)
Mixed Papers: Newspapers, magazines, catalogs, phone books, white, office, colored (NO neon), and fiber board (cereal boxes). These may be mixed together.
Shredded Papers: Bagged shredded clean white office paper only. NO other paper.
Corrugated Cardboard: Please flatten boxes.

METALS (please rinse and sort into proper bins as follows)
Tin cans: labels okay (cat food, pie plates, tin foil, etc.)
Aluminum beverage cans