West Boylston Trash Bags - Info & Where to Buy

West Boylston has adopted a Pay-As-You-Throw trash model.  Only trash contained in an official West Boylston Green Bag will be collected at curb-side. The monies collected from the sale of West Boylston Green Bags is used to defray trash disposal costs. We encourage you to participate in curb-side recycling, which will reduce the number of West Boylston Green Bags that your family will need. 

West Boylston Green Bags are available in two sizes (15-gallon and 33-gallon), and are sold in packages of 10 at local grocery and convenience stores as well as the West Boylston Municipal Light Plant.

Effective March 11, 2024, 15-gallon bags will cost $8.00 and 33-gallon bags will cost $18.00.

Green Bag Collection Guidelines:

  • To be collected, West Boylston Green Bags must close and weigh less than 40 pounds.
  • Any trash not in a West Boylston Green Bag will not be collected.
  • You may place your West Boylston Green Bag directly at the curb or inside a trash barrel.

Green Bag Purchase Locations:

  • Shell Gas Station - 257 West Boylston Street, West Boylston
  • Price Chopper - 72 Pullman Street, Worcester
  • West Boylston Municipal Light Plant - 4 Crescent Street, West Boylston
  • Stop & Shop - 940 West Boylston Street, Worcester
  • Maki Building Center - 35 Worcester Road, Sterling
  • New England Mini Mart - 814 West Boylston St, Worcester
  • Town Hall - Town Administrator's office (2nd floor) 140 Worcester St, West Boylston
  • Wachusett Wine & Spirits - 21 Franklin St, West Boylston
  • S&S Deli - 307 West Boylston Street, West Boylston
  • West Boylston Package Store - 293 West Boylston Street

Trouble with your Green Bags?

West Boylston Green Bags are supplied by Waste Zero.  Residents who have a complaint regarding a defective/faulty trash bag should call the phone number (800-866-3954) printed on the bag to reach Waste Zero's plant in Hemmingway, South Carolina. They will mail a replacement for the defective trash bag (s) directly to you by US  Postal ground mail

You will be asked a couple of questions regarding the nature of the defect and will be asked for the 4-digit date code printed on each bag.  Waste Zero will research their quality records for that date code to determine if there is a trend.