Acceptable Trash Materials
Everyday household waste (e.g., kitchen and bathroom waste) is acceptable in your curbside collection container. When possible, divert recyclable materials from your trash collection container and place them into your recycling collection container.
Unacceptable Trash Materials
Check with your local landfill or utilize our "What Do I Do With" feature to understand the best disposal options for each untraditional material. Please note that all electronic waste featuring lithium-ion batteries (cell phones, laptops, etc.) must be brought to a certified e-waste recycler as these batteries can potentially cause truck fires. The following materials require alternative methods of disposal:
- Hazardous Wastes: Acids, Ammunition, Antifreeze, Asbestos, Car Batteries, Caustics, Chemicals, Dead Animals, Explosives, Fire Extinguishers, Fluorescent Bulbs, Herbicides & Pesticides, Motor Oil, Paint, Poisons, Propane & Helium Tanks
- Construction Debris: Concrete, Bricks, Blocks, Palettes
- Large Landscaping Project Materials: Mulch, Dirt, Rock, Stumps, Sod