Saint Anselm College is an active participant in recycling on campus. There is a Recycling Committee composed of students, faculty and staff. There is a student recycling coordinator. The current emphasis is on aluminum cans and paper. There are several dormitories where student volunteers are conducting voluntary recycling programs involving plastics, bottles and tin cans.
The town of Goffstown has one of the finest and comprehensive recycling programs in the state of New Hampshire. The town provides eligible residents curbside pickup of recyclables by Waste Management Inc. If you are participating in the curbside program the recyclables may be comingled in the blue recycling bins supplied by the division of Public Works (603-497-3617). If you are planning to bring the recyclables to the Goffstown Transfer Station (603-497-4824) then you must separate the recyclables into the appropriate categories. Below is a list of items that can be recycled in Goffstown. For more information contact the Department of Public Works or the Goffstown Transfer Station.
The town of Dunbarton takes pride in its recycling efforts. The transfer station is located across from Ray Rd. off of Rte. 77. The stations accepts cans, bottles, plastics, white paper and mixed paper as part of its recycling program.