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Residential

Choose the Option that Best Serves You

Option A – Twice a Week Trash Collection

(96 Gallon Toter w/brown lid) with Once per Week Recycling Collection (18 Gallon Bin)
*up to 2 additional 32 gallon bags of trash & allowed additional recycle in clear plastic bags*

Option B – Once a Week Trash Colleciton

(96 Gallon Toter w/blue lid) with Once per Week Recycling Collection (96 Gallon Toter w/green lid)

Updated Recyclable Materials List

Paper

Most types of paper, such as circulars, catalogs, carbonless paper, dry goods packaging with liners removed (example: cereal, pasta, rice, beer/soda cartons), envelopes, file folders, junk mail, magazines, newspapers, office paper, paperback books, paper bags, paper towel/toilet paper cores and non-metallic gift wrap. No phone books or wet or yellowed paper will be picked up. All cardboard must be cut into 2′ x 2′ strips & bundled together in order to be collected as recyclable material. If cardboard is not cut as specified it will be disposed of with the trash. No large cardboard please!

Glass Bottles and Jars All Colors

Remove lids and rinse all food and liquids. Examples: beverage bottles, food and condiment bottles and jars (jelly, mustard, mayonnaise). No mirrors, windows, ceramics, or other glass or glazed materials are allowed.

Metal Cans

Aluminum, steel, and tin beverage and food cans rinsed of all food or liquids. Aerosol cans emptied and nozzle removed. Baking tins rinsed and remaining contents removed.

Plastics

Labeled #l through #7. Remove lids and rinse any remaining food or liquids from containers or trays. Examples include: Beverage bottle, shampoo and lotion bottles, meat trays, condiment bottles, prescription and medicine bottles, plastic grocery bags tied together into a bundle.

C6 reserves the right to add or delete items. Billing is done quarterly and in advance! Please contact our office for estimates on Bulk and Brush!

C-6 maintains the right to refuse service. Including, but not limited to, the following reasons: using disruptive/profane language, harassing our employees/customers, safety/damage concerns, being outside of a normal service area, customers that can’t/won’t pay bills.