Permits for Pay-As-You-Throw due to expire

The Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) program was implemented in June 2011. Under PAYT, residential transfer station permits are issued for a period of five years. Permits issued in 2011 are going to expire this year. Public Works expects over 4,000 permits are due to expire by year end. Residents are encouraged to verify their expiration date before their next visit to the Transfer Station as an expired permit will not allow access to the Transfer Station.

Permit renewals are $40 for five years when renewed online, or $50 for five years when renewed in person at the Public Works office in City Hall.

To check your permit expiration date, you can access your account information via the online payment system. Follow these steps to see your account information:

Access the online payment system at https://payments.farmingtonbankfastpay.com/transactionInfo.aspx?CustomerID=5 and click on the blue box on the left side that says Pay As You Throw – Permit Renewal

Additionally, you can follow the links from the city’s web page www.bristolct.gov, click on Pay Online on the lower left side of the screen, select Pay As You Throw/Transfer Station Payments, then click on the link for Pay As You Throw Payments. At the next screen click on the blue box on the left side that says Pay As You Throw – Permit Renewal.

Enter your (the permit holder) driver’s license number in the Customer ID box and click on Continue. If you need help finding the customer ID for your account, call Public Works at (860)584-6125.

Your name, current balance, permit number (if you have multiple – the oldest permit will appear) and the permit expiration date will appear.

Close your web browser window after viewing this information unless you wish to renew your permit online.

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