Solid Waste & Recycling Information
Hours – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Summer – (May 15th to Oct 15th) Wednesday, Saturday and Sundays.
• Winter – (October 16th to May 14th) Saturdays only.
Household waste fees are $3.50 per bag (up to 33 gallon).
Recycling Procedures: Recycling is free of charge
All recyclables are commingled in one container. Aluminum cans are collected in the fenced in area and the proceeds from their sale goes to the Fire Dept.
PLASTICS: Rinse bottles clean, remove caps and flatten, no need to remove labels. Plastics #1 through #7 are accepted. Plastic bags must be placed in one bag. NOT accepted are automotive product bottles regardless of their recycling # (examples are oil, antifreeze, windshield), styrofoam, plastic trays and pots form plants/flowers, salt and top soil bags, plastic packaging and toys.
ALUMINUM CANS: Rise cans clean, also accepted are clean pie pans, aluminum foil, etc. Scrap aluminum is not accepted in recycling dumpster but can be placed in the scrap metal container.
TIN CANS: Rinse cans clean of all food scraps and flatten
GLASS: Clear, brown and green glass from food or beverage containers only, remove caps, rinse container clean and remove loose foil. Not accepted are clay pots, drinking glasses, dishes, light bulbs, headlights, window glass, ovenware, mirrors and crystal.
MIXED PAPER: Newspapers, magazines, flyers, copy paper, catalogs, paper grocery bags, junk mail and cardboard/cereal boxes which must be flattened. (Note that if it goes in the refrigerator it is not accepted.
ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED: Aerosol cans, rubber products, fabrics, wood and paint/chemical containers.
“Summer Clean Up” May 15th through October 15th, 2012 disposal rates
- Price to be TBD (refrigerators, freezers, water heaters, stoves are some of the appliances accepted)
- Free (air-conditioners and microwaves)
- Free (list available) except televisions and CRT computer monitors.
- Free (no wood or plastic)
- Not Accepted
Northwest Cleansweep Collection
Look for 2013 details when they become available.
Call Dave Berard 715-634-4839 for information.