Residential Curbside Services

  1. Recycling
  2. Green Waste
  3. Trash
  4. Bulk Pickup

Single Stream Recycling

Put all your recyclables into the cart with the tan lid, no need to sort them! Do not put your recyclables in a plastic bag in your cart - must be loose in the cart. You do not need to wash your containers, just a quick rinse. You must be able to close the cart lid. If you have extra recycling that will not fit in your cart, place loose in a cardboard box next to your recycling cart on your service date. Recycling is picked up every other week depending on your trash service route.

Acceptable Recyclables:

-Glass: Bottles and containers of any color, unbroken

-Paper: Newspaper, office paper, junk mail, magazines, paperboard, and cardboard

-Plastic: Rigid plastic jugs, bottles, and containers Numbers 1-7

-Tin and Aluminum: Food or beverage cans, pots, pans, cookie sheets

-Cartons: Milk, juice, gable-topped

Material Not Accepted:

-Ceramics, light bulbs, window pane glass, and mirrors

-Containers with food in them

-Disposal plastic bags: grocery bags, pet food bags, sandwich bags, bread bags

-Metal clothes hangers

-Oven safe or plastic meat trays

-To-go pizza boxes

-Styrofoam of any type


-Electronics, cords, cables


-Pet waste and kitty litter

-Plastic utensils

-Plastic straws

-Plastic lids

-Juice pouches

-Flat top cartons

-Household Hazardous Waste: paint, pesticides, gasoline, fertilizers, used oil/filters, antifreeze


What's my route: Recycle Map

Residential Quick Facts Sheet (PDF)

Cart Tips:

Must be out to the curb by 7 a.m. on service day.

Must be facing forward.

Must be 3 feet apart.

Must have the lid closed.

Must be returned to the side of the house or behind a fence by 9 p.m. on service day.

Do not block sidewalk use by pedestrians.

Do not block automobile traffic. 

Make sure the cart can be lifted and the path is clear of any obstacles so the garbage truck may service it.

Alternative Disposal Options

Green Guy Recycling

Tires, TVs, Electronics, Appliances, Metal buy back

Click here for information

Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off

Paint, Cleaners, Pesticides, Used Oil, Batteries, CFL and Fluorescent light bulbs

Click here for information

Prescription Drug Drop Off

Unused and expired prescription drugs, over the counter medications and vitamins

Click here for information


Donate to local second-hand stores, charities or clothing swaps

Plastic Bags

Local retail stores, i.e. grocery, hardware and clothing

Extra Carts

If you need extra carts for trash, recycling or green waste, contact: 512.393.8407