Gray and New Gloucester Dump Hours and Information

9 AM–7 PM

Transfer Station


If you’re a resident of Gray or New Gloucester, Maine, and need to dispose of trash, recyclables, or bulky items, it’s essential to know the hours of operation and guidelines for your local dump. This article provides detailed information on the dump hours, accepted materials, and fees for both Gray and New Gloucester transfer stations.

Gray Transfer & Recycling Center

Address: 15 Seagull Drive, Gray, ME 04039
Phone: (207) 657-2343

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Holidays: Closed
  • Wednesday-Friday: 8 AM – 4 PM
  • Saturday-Sunday: 7 AM – 3 PM

Accepted Materials:

  • Household waste
  • Large items (construction/demolition materials, furniture, yard waste appliances)
  • Metal items
  • Concrete and brick
  • Computers and other electronics
  • Televisions
  • #20 propane tanks
  • Lead acid and rechargeable batteries
  • Fluorescent bulbs and other mercury-containing items (from households, not businesses)
  • Used motor oil
  • Anti-freeze
  • Cooking oil
  • Construction and demolition debris (fees apply)
  • Brush and tree parts (fees apply)
  • Leaves, grass, and garden waste (fees apply)
  • Waste architectural paint (restrictions apply)


  • There is currently no fee for residents disposing of household waste at the transfer station.
  • Fees apply for disposal of certain items, such as construction and demolition debris, brush, and tree parts.

New Gloucester Transfer Station

Address: 264 Bald Hill Road, New Gloucester, ME 04260
Phone: (207) 926-3145

Hours of Operation:

  • Tuesday, Thursday: 9 AM – 7 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM – 2 PM
  • Saturday: 9 AM – 5 PM

Accepted Materials:

  • Recyclables (must be properly separated)
  • Demolition materials (limited to one load/one trip per week)
  • All types of oil, including clean waste oil


  • Annual permit stickers are required for New Gloucester residents and property owners to dispose of trash and bulky items. Stickers are $10.00 and expire June 30, 2024.
  • Commercial haulers are not permitted to use the transfer station.

Additional Information:

  • Both Gray and New Gloucester transfer stations accept household hazardous waste collections annually at no additional charge.
  • Gray maintains an above-average recycling rate compared to other Maine communities.
  • New Gloucester transfer station attendants will not touch your recyclables.


Knowing the dump hours and accepted materials for your local transfer station is crucial for proper waste disposal. By following the guidelines outlined in this article, you can ensure that your waste is disposed of responsibly and in accordance with local regulations.


Recycling & Solid Waste

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