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Rose Hill Regional Transfer StationFor information on using the transfer station, please visit the following pages:
Private Trash & Recyclables Hauler Option
For residents opting to have curbside pickup service, download a list of Licensed Private Hauler (PDF). All private haulers in South Kingstown must be licensed by the Town, and residents are required to select a licensed hauler. If a hauler is not on this list, they are not currently licensed to provide residential or commercial service in South Kingstown. It is recommended to contact each of the licensed haulers for pricing, since prices can vary significantly.
As a condition of licensing, all haulers must collect recyclables curbside on a regular schedule. Residents should contact their private hauler for information on their recycling schedule. To facilitate the curbside recycling process, haulers have been issued rolling recycling toters and a detailed recycling brochure for each of their residential customers. Download the recycling brochure (PDF) for more information.
The Town of South Kingstown looks forward to achieving a high recycling rate through the joint efforts of Town staff, the private haulers, and all residents. For additional information, questions or concerns please call the Recycling Coordinator at 401-789-9331, ext. 2259.
Call the South Kingstown Solid Waste Division at 401-789-9331, ext. 2250 or 2259 if you have any questions.
How Do I Get Rid Of...
Learn how to properly dispose of household trash, recyclables, bulky items, hazardous waste, electronic waste, and more.Link to page
Licensed Waste Haulers (PDF)
Download a list of private waste haulers licensed to operate within the Town.Link to page
Schedule of Fees
Find the fees associated with services provided through the Solid Waste Division.Link to page
Shredded Paper Removed from Mixed Recycling
RIRRC will no longer be accepting shredded paper in the mixed recycling program. Bagged shredded paper will be prohibited from your curbside recyclables and the Rose Hill Regional Transfer Station Residential Recycling Area. Residents may bring their shredded paper , secured in a bag, to the RIRRC's small vehicle area located at 65 Shun Pike in Johnston. In addition to the drop-off container, RI residents can attend shredding events, compost shreds in backyard compost bins or dispose of them in the regular trash.Link to page
Shredded paper will no longer be accepted in RI's mixed recycling program curbside or at the RHRTS. Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) will accept shredded paper in their small vehicle area located at 65 Shun Pike in Johnston. In addition, RI residents can attend shredding events, compost shreds in backyard compost bins or dispose of them in regular trash.