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Revere Department of Public Works Announce DPW Household Waste Day on Saturday, July 8, 2023

June 26, 2023

Residents welcome to drop off bulky items, hazardous materials, mattresses, and shredding materials at Revere High School Parking Lot  

REVERE, MA – The Revere Department of Public Works announced today they will host a DPW Household Waste Day on Saturday, July 8, 2023 at the Revere High School Parking Lot (101 School St) from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. The DPW Yard, which has been closed for the last few months due to the construction of the new DPW site, offers residents an option to drop off bulky and household items for a small fee. DPW Household Waste Day will also accept mattresses (for $35), hazardous materials, and offer a free paper shredding service. Payments can be made through cash or check only.  

Eligible for Drop-Off Large Items ($20 each / Seniors: $10 each) 

  • Bed frames 
  • Bicycles 
  • Buffets/hutches 
  • Couches/sofas 
  • Dining/kitchen tables 
  • Dressers / bureaus / armoires / credenzas 
  • Entertainment centers 
  • Grills (propane tank removed) 
  • Loveseats 
  • Sectional pieces 
  • Upholstered chairs/recliners 

Mattresses and Box Springs ($35 each) 

  • Mattresses 
  • Box springs  

Small Items (Indoor and Outdoor) ($5 each) 

  • Dining chairs 
  • End/coffee tables 
  • Footboards  
  • Headboards  
  • Lawn furniture 
  • Microwave stands 
  • Nightstands 
  • Office chairs (no metal)                                     
  • Rug bundles (max 4-ft in length) 
  • TV stands 
  • Propane gas tanks 
  • Wood bundles (max 4-ft in length) 

 Eligible for Drop-Off as "Appliances/Electronics" ($25 each / Seniors: $15 each) 

  • Air Conditioners 
  • Dryers 
  • Dishwasher 
  • Microwaves 
  • Ovens 
  • Trash Compactor 
  • Refrigerators 
  • Washers 

 Electronics ($25 each/ Seniors $15 each) 

  • Computers 
  • TVs 

No Charge Items 

  • Batteries 
  • Fluorescent Light Bulbs 
  • Mercury Thermometers 
  • Mercury Thermostats 
  • Nickel Cad Batteries 
  • Waste Oil 
  • Motor oil, gasoline, brake fluid 
  • Automobile batteries 
  • Turpentine, lacquer thinner, glues 
  • Household cleaners, bleach, ammonia 
  • Carpet or upholstery cleaners 
  • Drain openers 
  • Pesticides 
  • Fire extinguishers 
  • Moth balls and rodent killers 
  • Aerosol Cans 

Paint ($2/can) 

  • Paint cans (must have original label) 


  • Tires — No Rims ($4) 

Not Eligible 

  • Anti-Freeze 
  • Gas Cans 
  • Oxygen tanks 
  • Asbestos 
  • Explosives 
  • Radioactive material 
  • Printed circuit boards 
  • Construction waste and building materials 
  • Medical waste  


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