Attleboro Recycles


 In 2014, Attleboro residents recycled almost 4,500 tons of paper products, bottles and cans curbside. Your efforts saved disposal costs of over $337,000.00.

Recycling turns plastic soda bottles into fiberfill for jackets, sleeping bags, or Polar Fleece. Paper and cardboard are turned into cereal and cracker boxes, book covers and game boards at Paper Recycling Mills.

Recycling helps Massachusetts residents reduce the equivalent of 2 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually. That’s like taking 1.6 million passenger cars off the road for a year. Please continue to recycle!


Reduce... Reuse...Recycle...


Wonder what happens when your green recycling carts are picked up curbside?

Click on bin to see an overview on a Materials Recovery Facility.

(Also known as a MRF)


If you have any suggestions on improving our site, or recycling please call Cheryl at the Health Department (508)223-2222 Ext. 3245


Contact Information:


Health Department, City Hall

Government  Center

77 Park Street

Attleboro, Ma. 02703


Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30AM to 4:30PM

Phone (508)223-2222 Ext. 3245





City Hall

77 Park Street

Attleboro, MA 02703


Hours: 8:30AM - 4:30PM

Monday - Friday


Phone: (508)223-2222

Fax:     (508)222-3046