Compost facility now openApr 08, 2021 03:15PM ● By Chuck Tashjian
WEBSTER - The compost facility opened on April 2. Spring/summer hours of operation are Monday and Thursday 2-6 p.m.; 1st, 3rd nd 4th Saturday of the month 8 a.m.-12 noon.
You can purchase stickers at the town hall administrator’s office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Compost stickers will also be available at the town hall on Saturdays until April 10, from 9-11 a.m. in the rotunda. Available online at this link and follow directions: https://secure.rec1.com/MA/webster-ma/catalog.
The town encourages purchasing online. If you purchased a compost sticker online last year you will have an account already set up. To log into your account please follow the link. Your username will be your email. If you have forgotten your password you can use the “forgot password” link to reset.
If you do not already have an account you can set one up as long as you are not a veteran. If you are a veteran and not already in the system please purchase your sticker in person and bring your DD214.
Beach stickers are available online only for now. You will be able to get them in person once the beach opens for the season.
Sticker fees: resident: - (leaves and grass clippings only) - $40. Veterans: - (leaves and grass clippings only - $15 (must show DD214 or NGB Form 22). Resident/veterans: (brush, leaves and grass clippings) - $100
This facility is open to Webster residents only for the disposal of material originating from properties located in the Town of Webster only. A sticker is required.
Accepted: brush/limbs 2 inches or less in diameter and no more than 4 feet in length. These restrictions will be strictly enforced. Disposal will be denied for all debris in excess of these size limitations. Grass clippings, hedge clippings, and leaves (no plastic bags) not accepted.
Commercial vehicles/contractors or landscapers: Construction debris (lumber or other building products)dirt, concrete or any other form of solid waste, double axle trailers, pine needles, stumps. Violation of the above regulations may result in denied access and/or fines.