What is Bulk Waste?
  • Bulk waste is furniture, mattresses, appliances, bicycles, and other household goods.
  • The average homeowner does not produce more than 6 cubic yards per month.
  • If they are producing more than they are probably bringing material in from another place or doing a major renovation.
  • If they are doing a major renovation and have material greater than 6 cubic yards they should make prior arrangements to have the material removed by a hauler or through us.

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1. What is Bulk Waste?
2. What specific changes were made to the bulk waste collection?
3. What material is considered unacceptable?
4. What is Yard Waste?
5. Can my landscaper place my yard waste out for collection?
6. What specific changes were made to the yard waste collection?
7. Will Commingled Collections resume after October 1, 2020 and why did the change occur?
8. What happens if I mix my bulk waste and yard waste together for collection?
9. What happens if I place my material out for collection outside of my collection schedule?
10. Where should I place my bulk waste or yard waste?
11. Can I store my garbage and recycling carts in the alley?
12. What time must my carts be placed for service? When do I need to bring it back?
13. My cart is damaged, what should I do?
14. What if I provided my own garbage or recycle receptacle for collection?