This lively spot is a center of waste reduction, a resource for free items, inspiration for creative upcycling and a community hub!
Please note special COVID hours and procedures are in place at TIOLI.
Donations: Please pull up and turn off your car. Open your trunk and volunteers will remove items that are acceptable. If we have too much stuff to store in the shed at the end of the day, we may stop taking donations early.
Visitors: Please sign in at the welcome table, use hand sanitizer, follow the arrows, take your turn.
We appreciate your patience.
Saturdays from 10am-12pm between May and October. CLOSED WHEN RAINING
In the Bedford Hills Train Station Parking Lot Number 8: 1 Railroad Avenue (Behind the station, off of route 117.)
Residents of the Town of Bedford may drop off items. Everyone may visit and take items – free. Volunteers manage and run the shed weekly.
The TIOLI Shed is a wonderful way to recycle and reuse items, and reduce consumption and waste. This program will preserve natural resources, reduce waste, and save residents money.
The TIOLI shed is a fun place to work and we can always use extra hands. Interested in helping? Just stop by the shed on Saturdays and ask, or contact Filippine.
Accepted at the TIOLI Shed
Clean items that are still in good/working condition, office ware, school supplies, toys, puzzles, crafts, small appliances, small electronics, home decoration, lamps, tools and small hardware, plants, seeds etc.
Not accepted at the TIOLI Shed
Items with missing parts, broken or dirty items, toys or appliances with dead batteries, sports equipment, items with sponsor names (mugs, binders, water bottles, etc.), luggage, seasonal articles (only accepted when it’s in the season), car seats.
We cannot accept anything bigger than what would fit in a regular shopping cart.
Please post your bigger items, furniture, rugs, outdoor sets, sporting goods, cat seats etc. on the: TIOLI – Bedford Facebook Group
For the full list of acceptable TIOLI items and what to do with everything else you want to dispose of, please visit the Bedford 2030 Recycling Toolkit.