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FAQ Topic: Utilities, Trash & Recycling

How do I apply for new electric service?

The Danvers Electric Department works hard to ensure they provide their customers with the highest quality of service. If you would like to apply for new electric service please contact us at (978) 774-0005 or visit the business division at 2 Burroughs St. and we would be happy to assist you.

How do I report a power outage?

The Danvers Electric Department works hard to ensure they provide their customers with the highest quality of service. If you would like to report an outage in your area please contact us at (978) 774-0005.

How do I dispose of construction and demolition debris?

Construction and demolition debris (C&D) can NOT be brought to the Transfer Station for disposal. The closest facility for C&D disposal is: G. Mello Transfer Station 203 East Main Street, Route 133 Georgetown, MA 978-352-8581

What happens if I miss the annual Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection day?

Danvers is now a participant in a Reciprocal Household Hazardous Waste Day Program.  These events are compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MA DEP).  Participating communities hold “Open” events throughout the year.  Reciprocal communities can send their residents to any event.  There is a cost for non-residents to participate in these “Open” events … Continued

Does Danvers collect recycling from condominiums, apartments or businesses?

Danvers only picks up trash and recycling from households with 4 units or less. For larger residential complexes and businesses, recycling pickup is the responsibility of the property owner.  If you are a tenant and don’t have recycling where you live or work, you should contact your landlord directly and encourage them to add recycling … Continued

Can I recycle my vehicle?

You can! There are too many sites out there for us to list just one.  You can Google “Vehicle Donation” and pick a charity where you’d like to donate your vehicle.  Do your research – some organizations donate more proceeds than others directly to charity.

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