Spring and Fall Cleanup Days

SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 2021

In an effort to provide more efficient and well-grounded service, Advanced Disposal is implementing resident scheduling for Heavy Trash Day. By residents scheduling their heavy trash pickup, the company will be able to better plan routes and staffing for the volume of waste expected.

Scheduling your pickup is an easy process. Click here and submit this form in the request tracker. Once your ticket is received and your request for heavy trash pickup is recorded, Advanced Disposal will add a comment to your ticket, and you will receive an email acknowledging your address has been added to their list. If you do not already have a CivicPlus profile, you will be prompted to create one before you schedule your pickup. (There is no charge for this)

Heavy Trash Day is scheduled for March 27, 2021. All requests for heavy trash pickup must be submitted by March 17, 2021. This will ensure that the trash company has time to prepare for the required volume.

Below are the guidelines for Heavy Trash Day.

HEAVY TRASH:

  • Have all items curbside by 6:00 a.m.
  • No item may weigh over 300 lbs or be over 6 ft long. Place items no further than 4 ft from the curb and away from overhead obstacles.

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:

Refrigerators, Televisions, Freezers, Stoves, Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Hot Water Heaters, Tires, Oil, Batteries, Engine blocks, Window AC units, Riding Lawnmowers, Bug Spray, Paint cans with Liquid Paint. Excluded Waste means hazardous waste, radioactive, volatile, corrosive, highly flammable, explosive, biomedical, infectious, bio-hazardous, toxic or listed or characteristic Hazardous Waste as defined by federal, state, provincial or local law or any other regulated waste. No needles or medical waste accepted.

ITEMS ACCEPTED

Grills (gas or propane tank removed), Push Lawnmowers (not riding, with gas tank removed), Paint Cans (see Special Handling) Furniture, Mattresses, Vacuum Cleaners, Auto Interior Parts, Picnic Tables, Dismantled Swing Sets, Bicycles and General Debris.

SPECIAL HANDLING – PAINT CANS: Paint cans must be set aside from other heavy items for inspection. Tops of cans must be removed (tops can be set next to cans). Paint must be hardened or dry. Paint cans with liquid paint or not dry must be filled with cat litter.