Trash Service

The Town of Foxborough does not contract with any one specific Trash Hauler Company.  This allows each Property Owner to choose the Company that will fit their individual needs. 

Currently, the following companies provide residential curbside pickup within the Town of Foxborough:

Win-Waste Innovations of Northern New England, Inc.
     221 SW Cutoff
     Worcester, MA  01604

If you are experiencing issues or have concerns with your Win-Waste trash service, please email [email protected]

Marchand, LLC
     25 Elm Street
     Blackstone, MA  01504

Hometown Cleanouts, LLC
     6 Spring Brook Road
     Foxborough, MA  02035

Please take note, all Trash Haulers must be licensed with the Foxborough Board of Health.  This includes trash companies that may provide a dumpster to residential customers for general cleanouts.  Please refer to the list below for those companies currently licensed with us during the calendar year of 2024.

View the Foxborough Health Dept. 2024 Licensed Trash Hauler List

Important Trash News!

Effective November 1, 2022 the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MA DEP) is implementing a waste ban on mattresses and textiles. These materials will no longer be allowed to be thrown away in your household or business trash. Mattresses (including box springs) and textiles will now need to be recycled or donated for reuse.

*PLEASE NOTE* - "Recycled" does not mean to place your textiles in the "blue" recycling bin you currently have and use for glass jars, paper, etc.  Recycling, for these items, is different.  Keep reading below for textiles and mattress recycling options.


The State has set a goal to reduce trash disposal by 30% statewide by the year 2030 and by 90% by the year 2050.

What does this mean for you?

Mattresses (including box springs) and textiles will now need to be recycled or donated for reuse.

Donate or Recycle...

Foxborough does not currently have a recycling program in place for residents to bring unwanted mattresses or textiles, nor do we currently have a contract with any one specific vendor to do so.

Also, the State's waste ban restricts trash haulers from picking these items up curbside.  So you may experience that your trash hauler is unable to pick up these items.

It will be up to the Resident to properly recycle or donate mattresses and textiles.

Here are a few options:

1.  Donate textiles in good condition to a local thrift store and/or organization.  Some may even provide pick up services.  To find an organization near you, try a Google search "Donation Centers".

2.  Look up recycling options for mattresses at the State's "Beyond the Bin" search engine.  At this time, there are limited options and you'll find that most locations on the list are Town/City transfer or recycling stations that are for residents only.  Here are a few that are open to the public:
New Life Furniture Bank of MA
Green Mattress Recycling
Blackstone Valley Regional Recycling Center
Green Team Junk Removal
Eco+ Recycling Services

3.  Textile recycling bins can also be searched for at "Beyond the Bin" as well.  Textiles that may be ripped or missing buttons, zippers, etc. for example, that may not be acceptable at thrift stores, can be brought to the drop off locations found on this website.

4.  Replacing an existing mattress with a new one?  Some retailers will take away and recycle the old mattress while delivering your new one.  Ask the retailer if this is something they do.

5.  Some retailers have take-back programs and some will accept any brand of clothing.  Find a list of retailers that participate in this type of take-back program.

Learn more about mattress recycling (Infographic)
Learn more about textile recycling (Infographic)

Additional Resources (Recycling)...

RecycleSmart - Check this website out for anything and everything you would want to know about recycling!!!  Like Do's and Don'ts, Recycling Myths Getting Busted, and a great FAQs section!

Additional Resources (Hazardous Waste)...

Hazardous waste day is typically coordinated by the Foxborough Highway Department and is usually held in the Spring.  Information about the collection day will be available on the Foxborough Highway Department's webpage.

Speaking of hazardous waste day, did you know that the Highway Department will not accept latex paint as part of the collection.  Latex paint is non-hazardous and can simply be hardened and then placed in your regular trash.  Oil based paints, thinners and stains on the other hand CAN be brought to the Foxborough Highway Department.  Check out the Foxborough Highway Department's webpage for days and times drop off is allowed.

Have old batteries?  That's a tricky one!  Depending on the type of battery, you can dispose some in your household trash!  And some you can recycle at the Foxborough Highway Department!  Learn more about what batteries you can recycle at the Foxborough Highway Department.  For additional information on what to do with hazardous waste found in your home, search the Mass DEP's household hazardous waste site.

Need to dispose of hazardous waste immediately, this site also has a list of private disposal facilities open to all municipalities.  Check out their website under "Find a Collection Facility Near You" to see what they'll accept and proper disposal procedures.