Like you, we value safe and clean communities where residents don’t notice the garbage truck, but instead are impressed by cleaner streets and neighborhoods that they can be proud to call home. That’s why Advanced Disposal provides residential solid waste and recycling services to thousands of families and neighborhoods every day.
We realize that you have a lot to take care of at home and recycling may not be on the top of your to-do list. But it is vitally important to the health of our environment, so we want to make it as simple as possible for you.
That’s why in many of the communities we serve, we provide convenient curbside recycling collection. And wherever we can, we offer single-stream recycling, so residents can mix all approved recyclable items in one container, with absolutely no sorting necessary. We hope that if recycling is that easy, there’s no reason not to do it!
Sometimes you have an item that just won’t fit in your garbage can. In designated communities, we offer curbside collection of bulk items and “white goods,” which means literally everything AND the kitchen sink. If you have furniture, appliances or a mattress you wish to discard, contact your local Advanced Disposal facility to learn about our bulk item service.
While Advanced Disposal does not handle household hazardous waste, we want to be sure all waste is handled with care and attention to protecting you and the environment.
The following household hazardous waste items should not be placed in your regular garbage:
•fluorescent light bulbs
•along with other household hazardous waste
We encourage you to visit your local Advanced Disposal facility page to find out where to take household hazardous waste in your area.
According to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Americans now own approximately 24 electronic products per household. And as people scramble to get the latest and greatest gadgets, they leave behind a large number of outdated, unwanted products we call electronic, or “e-waste,” which can create a big problem environmentally.
Advanced Disposal partners with electronic recyclers to host events and cleanups that allow customers to dispose of e-waste appropriately. Visit your local Advanced Disposal facility page to find out where to take unwanted electronics for proper recycling in your area.
FIRST TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH (MEMORIAL DAY – LABOR DAY)
The following rules and explanations apply to the disposal of brush, leaves, and yard waste:
Cut branches greater than 4 inches in diameter and piles larger than 8 feet long 3 feet high and 12 feet wide will not be accepted. A tree service or other means of disposal is required.
Cut ends need to be placed toward the curb or street.
NOTE: This is not meant as an entire tree trimming service! Only one 8’X3’X12’ pile per pick up day!
Leaves and yard waste can be taken to the mulch pile at the old landfill site.
No stumps may be disposed of at City demolition site.
* * BRUSH WILL NOT BE PICKED UP IF INCORRECTLY PILED * *
If you have any questions, please contact the City Hall at 223-3444.
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Leaf pickup is generally near the end of October. Exact dates will be announced once set.
Leaves should be piled in the street gutter.
NO BRANCHES OR OTHER DEBRIS SHOULD BE MIXED IN WITH LEAVES!
If branches or other debris found, the leaves will not be picked up.
Remaining leaves after the last leaf pickup date can be hauled to the City dump site.
If leaves are placed in gutter after last leaf pick up date, a fine may be issued.
These dates need to be scheduled a year in advance, and unfortunately there is no way to know when the leaves will all be off the trees. The City appreciates your patience and understanding in this matter.
Please contact City Hall with any questions 715-223-3444.