Garbage collection is every week.
Please put your personal garbage cans out the night before your collection day; or by 7:00am the morning of pickup.
Garbage cans must be 32 gallons or less and weigh no more than 50 pounds. There is no limit to the amount of cans you have out.
Only household garbage can be put in your garbage can. Do not place any recyclables, brush/leaves, construction materials, demolition, electronics or hazardous materials in your cart.
Recycling is collected weekly.
Mix it all together: Johns Disposal Service provides single stream recycling. All recyclable material can be mixed together. Johns Disposal’s recycle process system sorts all recyclable material.
Please place the following items in your pre-existing Advanced Disposal 32-GALLON RECYCLE CONTAINER:
Expanded Paper Recycling
- Computer & office paper
- Envelopes & junk mail
- Holiday gift wrapping paper (no foils)
- Paper cups (no plastic lids or straws)
- Paper egg cartons
- Paper grocery bags
- Pizza boxes (no food or grease)
- Shredded paper (place in a clear or transparent plastic bag and tie shut; a full bag should be the size of a basketball)
- All plastic bottles (no motor oils or gasoline)
- Plastic containers/cups #1-7, including #1 clamshell
Recyclable Metal & Glass
- Aerosol cans (empty)
- Aluminum cans & aluminum pie plates
- Glass bottles & jars (clear, blue, brown or green translucent glass)
- Metal pots & pans
- Small metal appliances (toasters, blenders, etc.) – nothing larger than a basketball
- Small metal plumbing fixtures, faucets, valves
- Tin & steel cans
- Brake rotors/drums
- Construction Waste
- Deli containers – except #1 plastic
- Frozen food or microwave dinner plates
- Glassware & ceramics
- Metal items heavier than 10 pounds
- Mirrors & windows
- Motor oil & gasoline containers
- Plastic film, wrap & Styrofoam
- Propane tanks
- Recyclable containers containing liquids or food
- Misc.: Carpet, clothing, diapers, fishing line, food, hoses, ropes & shoes
Your community’s program requires residents to call to schedule bulky item collections. Any items that do not fit in your garbage or recycling cart must be called into our office at 262-473-4700; or emailed into email@example.com. Our office hours are Monday – Friday from 8am-4:30pm and Saturday from 8am-noon. Bulk items are scheduled regularly throughout the month. You may schedule up to one bulk items collection per month, with a total of twelve per year.
NOTICE: Most municipalities have an ordinance requiring that items not be placed at the curb sooner than 24-hours prior to your scheduled pickup. Please check your local code and do not have items out too early. We recommend that no items are placed at the curb prior to scheduling collection.
Bulk items include, but are not limited to:
- Carpeting (cut into 4 foot sections rolled and bundled together)
- Large cardboard boxes (emptied & flattened)
- Appliances, including those which contain freon
- Automotive batteries
- Tires (up to 2 per month / pickup, maximum 8 per year)
- Drain oil (must be sealed in 1-5 gallon containers, clearly marked USED OIL)
- Antifreeze (must be sealed in 1-5 gallon containers, clearly marked ANTIFREEZE)
- Larger items, such as hot tubs and pianos, must be cut up or disassembled with parts weighing no more than 50lbs.
- Paint cans (must be empty and dry OR filled with oil dry / kitty litter and completely dry)
- Construction materials (Must be contained in 32-gallon or smaller containers, weighing no more than 50 lbs, with any boards cut down to 4 ft. or smaller lengths)
*All items must weigh no more than 50 lbs and be easily manageable by one person.
Please do not place the following out for bulk:
- Yard waste
- Hazardous materials
Yard waste will collected on the following Wednesdays:
- April 19th
- May 17th
- June 21st
- July 19th
- August 16th
- September 20th
- October 4th
- October 18th
- November 15th
Dry grass clippings, leaves and small twigs are to be contained in compostable paper yard waste bags or 32-gallon containers. Bags are available at most hardware and discount stores. Bags and containers shall not exceed 50 pounds each. Plastic bags and appliance boxes are not acceptable containers.
Brush (branches no larger than 4” in diameter), must be tied in bundles not to exceed 4 foot in length and 18 inches in diameter. Bundles shall not weigh more than 50 pounds per bundle. Twine must be able to support the weight of material.