BULK WASTE  PICK UP SERVICE 

Bulk Waste should be placed at the curb by 6:00 am and no more than three days before your pickup date.  (see schedule below to find your bulk pick up date)   Up to four (4) cubic yards per month.  If you have more than four 4 cubic yards over the limit, contact City Hall for a special pick up.

 

 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE BULK WASTE   PICK UP DAYS   

Residential Trash Day Service       Bulk Pick Up Mondays                                           1st Friday Tuesdays                                          2nd Friday Wednesdays                                     3rd Friday Thursdays                                          4th Friday

 

BULK WASTE  PICK UP SERVICE 

1.    Items should be set at least five feet from mailboxes, gas meters, cars, shrubs, or anything else that could interfere with hand loading or mechanical.

2.   Items should be set at least ten feet away from utility poles, to prevent contact with overhead power lines.

3.   Bulk waste pick up is for household items not normally picked up with your regular poly cart residential trash pick up.

4.   Bulk waste must be in a size and length that will fit in the hopper of the garbage truck

 

Bulk waste allowed:

Must be able to be lifted and handled by two persons and manageable:

Discarded household appliances, Water tanks, Discarded Furniture, Mattresses

Extra Large cardboard boxes (broken down and tied into tight bundles)

Trees, limbs and wood scrap (tied and bundled, max length of (4) feet, not more than (55) lbs)

Fencing (up to 4 panels)

Non-contracted remodeling waste that is containerized   (that is, leftovers from do-it-yourself projects)

Appliances must not contain Freon, such as old refrigerators and window air conditioners, compressor must be removed or it has a sticker showing certified removal.


Bulk waste prohibited:

Hospital/medical waste or hazardous waste of any kind;

Poisons, acids and caustics, explosives;

Dirt and rocks, bricks (concrete);

Sewage and liquid waste, nuclear materials;

Gasoline, kerosene, oils and other fuels;

Propane tanks, degreasers, lubricants, brake fluid ,antifreeze, batteries;

Tires and rims, car batteries;

Sheet rock or roofing items;

Contracted construction, reconstruction, demolition and repair waste; or

Storm debris.