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Fort Totten Transfer Station Temporarily Will Not Accept Disposal of Construction and Demolition Materials

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

(Washington, DC) Work related to the long-overdue upgrading and expansion of the Fort Totten Transfer Station began around mid-October 2006. The contract requires that minimal transfer operations be maintained during the construction period. Because of severe space constraints, beginning on Thursday, February 1, 2007, construction and demolition (C&D), such as dirt, masonry, and concrete will not be accepted temporarily at the facility.

“This is a temporary situation," said Department of Public Works (DPW) Director William O. Howland Jr. The work is being done on an accelerated schedule and should be completed by mid-summer of 2007. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.”

Residents may continue to bring their household trash and bulk items to the facility. Those with dirt and C & D materials should contact other trash transfer stations that may accept such materials.

Listed below are names, addresses and phone numbers of trash transfer stations located in the District:

Consolidated IPC
1220 W Street, NE
Washington, DC  20018
(202) 832-7006               

Rogers Brothers                     
2225 Lawrence Avenue, NE    
Washington, DC  20018         
(202) 526-0030

Waste Management of MD, Inc
2160 Queens Chapel Road, NE
Washington, DC  20018
(202) 526-1965