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Recycling and Disposal Facility
169 Great Plain Ave, Wellesley, MA 02482
The Recycling and Disposal Facility is operated by the town of Wellesley. Residents can drop off appliances, paint,More grass clippings, paper, cardboard, plastics and a variety of other items for disposal and recycling. Certain restrictions apply and a RDF Permit Sticker is required. Sticker applications are available online.
Wellesley Department of Public Works
455 Worcester St, Wellesley, MA 02481
The Wellesley Department of Public Works (DPW) is located in the same building as the Municipal Light Plant. TheMore building is located at 2 Municipal Way, formerly 455 Worcester St., and the DPW entrance can be found at the front of the building. The department is responsible for the following services: engineering, parks, highways, recycling and disposal, management services, water, sewers and street lighting. The three member Board of Public Works, an elected board, oversees the DPW, and the current DPW director is Michael P. Pakstis.
Cans for Charity
140 Walnut St, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481
Cans for Charity has a simple mission: to improve the world through small project-by-project fundraisers. TheMore organization holds fundraisers to collect recyclable cans and bottles, then donates the money acquired to other charities, including Médecins Sans Frontières and The Salvation Army.
The Gelato Café
180 Linden St, Wellesley, MA 02482
The Gelato Café is an ice cream and coffee shop featuring gelato, sorbet, gelato cakes, fine chocolates, frappesMore and a full array of coffee drinks. The bright, clean café offers organic espresso and coffee beans, and the decaffeinated options are Swiss water processed. An on-site gelato catering cart is also available for home parties, school events and business functions. Environmentally conscious patrons will appreciate the fact that The Gelato Café exclusively uses coffee cups, lids and comfort sleeves made with recycled materials.
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