See the attached route map to determine your garbage/recycling collection day.
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Garbage collection is provided to:
Single family residences Apartment buildings with four or less dwelling units Small businesses that generate no more than one 96-gallon refuse container per week All garbage must be placed into your refuse cart and placed at the curb on your designated day for collection.
Place your cart at the end of your driveway or on the grass between the sidewalk and curb. The carts shall be 3 feet apart from each other and at least 3 feet away from any post, mailbox, street light, or other object.
Carts shall face the road as indicated by the arrow on the cart (handles toward the house).
The Village is paying for a fully automated collection system, which means that the driver should not have to get out of the truck to complete the collection. There is a mechanical arm that reaches out from the side of the truck, grabs the cart, dumps it, and then returns the cart to the curb. This is why it is so important to have your carts out correctly.
Questions regarding garbage collection should be directed to Advanced Disposal at (800) 387-0949 or the Public Works Department at (262) 375-5325.
Items collected include: Household refuse It is optional to place household/kitchen refuse/waste in bags, however carts will remain cleaner longer if a bag is used and less debris will blow out of the cart when emptied Carpeting / furniture / lumber. All items must fit into the cart. If items are too large for the cart, you will need to arrange a special pickup with Advanced Disposal – (800) 387-0949. Construction waste Provided the resident performed their own work and the materials are placed in the cart and do not prevent the lid from from being closed Paint cans (latex) Paint should be in a dry or hardened state. Floor dry or kitty litter can be used to achieve this, cans should then be placed in the cart Christmas wreaths and garland (trees are chipped by village crews separately) Not collected:
Toxic / hazardous waste Medicine or medical supplies Yard waste Auto parts / fluids Batteries, fluorescent tubes/bulbs, or thermostats Explosive materials or ammunition Do not place anything outside the cart – it will not be collected.
Large Items/Bulk Service
Large items can be taken to the West Bend Transfer Stastion, 803 North River Road, West Bend for a nominal fee Monday – Friday; 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. For more information please call Advanced Disposal directly at (800) 387-0949. Large items can also be taken to Port Recycling, 728 Schmitz Drive, Port Washington, for a nominal fee Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and Saturdays 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. For more information please call Port Recycling directly at (262) 284-4060. Advanced Dispoal will also provide a curbside bulk pickup, upon request, for an additional fee, call (800) 387-0949.
The Public Works Department, 675 North Green Bay Road, accepts all electronics for recycling. Electronics include but are not limited to: computers, monitors, printers, DVD players, VCR’s, basically any item that has a cord. Electronics will be accepted at the office with proof of Village residency.
Televisions are accepted, however there is a $30 fee for these items.
All monitors are $10.
There is no charge for all other electronics.
The Public Works Department, 675 North Green Bay Road, will accept all major household appliances including:
Air Conditioners Dehumidifiers Refrigerators
Microwaves Water Coolers Freezers
Water Heaters Washers Stoves
Oven/Ranges Dryers Dishwashers
There is no charge for this service, however you must register in the front office and be able to unload the appliance without assistance.
Hours for appliance drop off are Monday-Friday 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Batteries / Fluorescent Bulbs
Household and rechargeable batteries are accepted at the Municipal Services Facility, 675 North Green Bay Road. All 9 volt batteries must have a piece of masking or duct tape over the end to avoid sparking and possible fire. (There is no charge for this service)
Compact fluorescent bulbs are accepted at Home Depot, 1350 Port Washington Road. There is a collection station at the Customer Service/Return counter. You simply place the bulb in a plastic bag and drop them into the container. (No charge for this service)
Fluorescent tubes are considered a hazardous material and cannot be disposed of with the trash. Tubes are accepted at Veolia ES Technical Solutions, LLC., 1275 Mineral Springs Drive, Port Washington, WI – 262-243-8998. There will be a nominal fee for this service.