The Town of Winhall has a transfer station for residents that accepts municipal solid waste (MSW), recyclable materials and other items such as bulky waste. For more information on hours and accepted materials please visit the Winhall Transfer Station webpage or call (802) 297-2130.


The following is trash and recycling information for the Town of Winhall: 

Transfer Station


Winhall Transfer Station, 66 Old Town Road 

Recycling Drop Off


Winhall Transfer Station, 66 Old Town Road


24-hour Recycling Drop Off



User Fee


For more information please visit the Winhall Transfer Station webpage or call (802) 297- 2130.

Curbside Collection


Private - please consult with your local directory

Other Waste Accepted


Please call (802) 297-2130.


Winhall Town Office Contact Information:



115 Route 30
Bondville, VT 05340

Mail to:
P.O. Box 420
Bondville, VT 05340


Phone: (802) 297-2122


Each member town appoints one representative to the Board of Supervisors, as well as an alternate representative.  Generally speaking, committees are charged with conducting a detailed analysis of issues—large and small-facing the District, and then making recommendations based upon those analyses to the full Board of Supervisors.

The following is a list of Windham Solid Waste Management District Boards and Committees:

•  Board of Supervisors
•  Executive Board
•  Finance Committee
•  Policy/Personnel Committee

Board of Supervisors

Each town in the District appoints one representative to the Board, as well as an alternate representative.  Board members have a number of related responsibilities:

• To attend and participate in Board meetings. The WSWMD Board of Supervisors meets the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm.  The meetings are held at the WSWMD Conference Room, 327 Old Ferry Road in Brattleboro.  (Meeting agendas are sent to town representatives and alternates usually at least one week in advance of the scheduled meeting.)
• As a representative to the board of a municipality serving 20 member towns, to serve the District as a whole, overseeing all aspects of its operation.   
• To communicate what is happening at the District level to his or her town officials (generally, this would be the town manager and/or the select board) as necessary.  
• To support recycling, solid waste, and household hazardous waste (HHW) education and collection programs sponsored by the District in his or her community, and in so doing support the work of the program coordinator.
• Finally, a representative to the Board of Supervisors is encouraged to participate in one of 3 committees that report to the Board: the Finance Committee, the Personnel/Policy Committee, and the Planning/Operations Committee.

Representatives to the Board of Supervisors hold office for one year.  Appointments and re-appointments are made by town select boards on or before the last Monday in March of each year.  Both the primary representative and the alternate may be reappointed to successive terms without limit.  An alternate representative may serve in the primary representative’s place when that person is unable to attend a meeting, and has all the rights and privileges of a primary representative in the other’s absence.

Each Board member is allowed to cast one vote “for every 3,000 populations, or part thereof, in the municipality which  he or she represents.”  

 The following is a list of towns and their represenatives:

Town Representative
Brattleboro: David Schoales; alternate: John Allen
Brookline: David Jones
Dover: Thomas Baultus
Dummerston: Michelle Cherrier, alternate: Lester Dunklee
Guilford: Cheryl Franklin, alternate: Troy Revis
Halifax: Lewis Sumner, alternate: Bradley Rufus
Jamaica: Lou Bruso, Jr., Chair, alternate: Andy Coyne
Marlboro: Tony Gordon, alternate: Stillman "Stretch" Vonderhorst
Newfane: Johanna Gardner
Putney: Dan Toomey
Readsboro: Gig Zboray, alternate: James Damato
Somerset: None (Non-voting member)
Stratton: Albert Dupell
Townsend: Irvin Stowell, alternate: Dale West
Vernon: Tim Franklin, alternate: Emily Vergobbe
Wardsboro: Nancy Meinhard
Westminster: Jan Ameen, Vice Chair
Whitingham: Clyde Twitchell
Wilmington: Merrill Mundell, alternate: Tom Consolino
Winhall: Scott Bushee, alternate: T. David Glabach