- Tim Calabrese - Citizen at Large - Clerk
- Katy Clark - Citizen at Large
- Erin Connor - Citizen at Large
- Tarini Dasari - Student Member
- Carolyn Elkort - Citizen at Large
- Stephen Marshall - School Committee Representative
- Patricia McDermott - Planning Board Representative - Vice Chair
- Christine Smith - Citizen at Large - Chair
- Andrea Stuart - Citizen at Large
All terms are 1 year long and are appointed by the Select Board.
The Canton Sustainability Committee will strive to incorporate the ideals of sustainability into Canton’s culture, economy and built environment - in order to create a vibrant, healthy and sustainable community for people of all ages and abilities to work, play and live. We seek to inspire the next generation of Canton to become passionate stewards of their community.
View a list of sustainability initiatives relating to energy, waste, water, transportation, and climate change here.
Solid Waste - Trash and Recycling
REMEMBER THE 4 R'S - REFUSE, REUSE, REDUCE AND RECYCLE!
Canton DPW is responsible for overseeing the trash and recycling contract. For information about trash and recycling pickup schedule and missed pickups visit the Canton DPW Page.
WHAT GOES IN THE BIN?
Metal: Food and Beverage Cans (empty & clean)
Plastic: Bottles, Jars and Jugs (empty & clean)
Glass: Bottles and Jars (empty and clean)
Paper and Cardboard: Mixed paper, Newspaper, Magazines, Boxes (empty & flatten)
QUESTIONS? Search The Recycling Guide
Textiles may be recycled in the Bay State Textile drop-off bin located at the Pine Street facility. Old clothing, fabric, shoes or anything soft can be recycled.
All of the listed items can be donated in any condition as long as they are clean and dry.
Want to know where to recycle items not recyclable curbside? Search the Beyond the Bin Recycling Directory
Plastic Bags: Return to your local grocery store for recycling
Metal: Bring to the Pine Street facility and look for the metal bin
Cardboard: Bring to the Pine Street facility and look for the cardboard bin
Electronics: Bring to the electronics collection at Pine Street or stay tuned for Electronic Recycling Events
The Town of Canton is partnering with local company Black Earth Compost to offer a residential curbside compost collection service.
Black Earth Compost picks up food scraps weekly from residents and businesses and turns it into compost. The compost is then used to improve soil health on farms and in backyards to grow more food. Residents have the option to contract directly with Black Earth Compost for curbside composting pickup, at a special rate for Canton residents.
The Town selected Black Earth Compost as a preferred vendor after reviewing proposals through a Request for Proposals process. Sign up or pre-register here
Want to learn more? Read the FAQs & Compost Guide