Category Archives: News

Will be One day Delayed for both Christmas & New Year’s Day

We will be CLOSED on Wednesday, December 25th & Wednesday, January 1st.   The collection pick up will be delayed by one day for the remainder of both weeks, for example Wednesday’s collection will be completed on Thursday, and Thursday’s will be completed on Friday and so on… Our office hours will be: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9am to 5pm From all […]

What to do with everyday batteries?

With the upcoming holidays don’t forget that standard batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, 9V & button cell) these batteries can be disposed of in the regular trash. They do not belong in your curbside pickup recycling bin. Proper Disposal for Rechargeable Batteries, for example: cordless phones, power tools and cell phone batteries. Need to be recycled […]

Delayed a day for Turkey Time!

In observation of Thanksgiving we will be CLOSED on Thursday November 28th .   The collection pick up will be delayed by one day for the remainder of that week, for example Thursday’s collection will be completed on Friday, and Friday’s will be completed Saturday. Our office hours will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9am to 5pm We hope you have […]

It’s Friday, so Pizza night!

Every wonder if your pizza box should be trashed or recycled, follow the below tips to help you out. 1. If your box has ANY kind of food residue, break it down and put it in the TRASH. 2. If it’s clean of grease, food, and wax paper, break it down and put it in […]

No Delay for Veterans Day

We will be on a REGULAR schedule the week of Veterans Day. There will be no delays in service. We would like to give a big THANK YOU to All the Veterans from the Past, Present and Future! Thank you for all your sacrifices!! Please remember to put your trash and recycling out the night before. While we are […]

Time to Fall Back Already!

Sunday, November 3rd set the clocks back one hour! Be sure to change all batteries in your Smoke and CO Detectors too!!

Happy Halloween!

We hope you have a Safe, Fun and maybe even a little Scary Halloween!! While you are out Trick or Treating please make sure you watch out for vehicles because they may not see you in the night.  It helps to have glow sticks or something reflective on you or even a flashlight hanging at your side. […]