Recycling Center

Recycling Center Supervisor:  Jeff Helgesen

The Perry Recycling Center is open year-round from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM every Saturday.

Recycling Center
Additional Opening Hours – 2024

1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Beginning Tuesday, May 7, and ending Tuesday, September 3, 2024

The Recycling Center is located at 10832 County Highway A on the southwest edge of Daleyville.


hazardousmaterialsHazardous materials

For disposal of household hazardous waste such as oil-based paints and paint-related products, pesticides and poisons, household products containing organic solvents, ignitables, aerosols, and rechargeable batteries, use the Dane County Clean Sweep facility which is now open year-round at their new location, 7102 Highway 12. (at the Dane County landfill site)


recycleoilfiltersOil Filters and Absorbents

Beginning January 1, 2011, used automotive engine oil filters and oil-absorbent materials are banned from Wisconsin landfills. The new law, 2009 Wisconsin Act 86 was passed in 2009 to promote oil recycling and protect the environment. To help explain the ban, the DNR has developed a new webpage that includes information on what materials are covered under the ban and guidance on how to manage these materials.


EcycleWIlogo150x150Which Electronics are BANNED from Wisconsin Landfills?

In Wisconsin, it is illegal to throw away the following items: cell phones, computers, printers, computer monitors, televisions, DVD players, VCRs, fax machines, keyboards, and computer accessories such as hard drives, speakers, flash drives, and modems.

These items and other electronics can be RECYCLED throughout the state. To learn more about recycling your old electronics and a list of collection sites, visit E-Cycle Wisconsin:



Questions about home COMPOSTING? Wisconsin DNR has information about what to compost on their new poster.  Additional information is available on their website – search “compost.”


Guide to Handling, Disposing & Recycling Asbestos

The best way to handle, dispose of, and recycle asbestos is to hire licensed asbestos abatement professionals.  Learn more about how asbestos is recycled and how professionals safely handle and dispose of asbestos-containing materials.

-How to Handle Asbestos
-How Asbestos is Recycled
-Asbestos Safety


Related links:

Pellitteri Recycling Information (per Pellitteri, plastic bags are not recyclable, they are garbage.)

Town of Perry Recycling Guidelines

Outdoor and Refuse Burning Summary

Dane County Recycling Information

Wisconsin Recycling Markets Directory