Bulky Items & White Goods Only available to curbside residents


Starting September 18th, Mansfield Residents that currently have curbside trash and recycling collection can now schedule and buy bulky ($20 fee) and white goods ($25 fee) stickers for curbside pick up directly through Waste Management at wm.com or if you do not have a computer, you can call 1-800-972-4545 to schedule and pay for your item(s).

To Schedule Online:

  1. Visit wm.com
  2. Click "For Home" tab
  3. Select "Bulk Trash Pick Up"
  4. Enter your contact information
  5. Select type of item being collected
  6. Dates available will be highlighted and you can choose the date of your pick up
  7. Pay the $ fee
  8. Submit your request
  9. A confirmation email will be sent to you with: the pick-up date, item, order # and amount paid

Curbside residents no longer need to come to town hall to purchase stickers and place on items.  Pick ups will be tracked by your confirmation email.  

If you have any questions, please call the DPW Office at 508-261-7335.

Other Alternatives for Disposal

While Mansfield does offer curbside pickup of many items, you may first want to consider these options:

  • Bring Non-Freon White Goods to the Mansfield Green Recycling Park for free (stoves, clothes washers, dryers, etc.). Freon White Goods (air conditioners, refrigerators, etc.) can be dropped off at the Mansfield Green Recycle Park for $20.  Bulky Items are not accepted at the Recycle Park. The Mansfield Green Recycling Park is located at 499 East Street. The Mansfield Green Recycling Park is open the following hours:

Saturday 8:00AM - 3:45PM

Sunday 8:00AM - 3:45PM

Monday 8:00AM - 12:00PM

Tuesday through Friday - Closed

You will need a current Mansfield Green resident sticker on your car to gain entry. Stickers for your car can only be purchased at Mansfield Town Hall, Town Clerk's Office. Stickers for Freon white good items brought to the recycle park  can be purchased at Town Hall, Treasurer's Office or at the Mansfield Green Recycling Park (personal checks only). Learn more about the Mansfield Green Recycling Park.

  • Donate Your Bulky Items and White Goods to Charity: Some nonprofit organizations will accept donations of white goods (appliances) and bulky items (furniture) in good condition.
    These include:
  • Donate Through Freecycle: The Freecycle Network is a grassroots nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns and neighborhoods. Their mission is to build a worldwide sharing movement that reduces waste, saves precious resources, and eases the burden on landfills.

Contact Us

If you have additional questions, call the Mansfield Public Works Department at 508-261-7335.