- Bulky household material too large for Garbage cart (furniture, mattresses, etc.)
- The following must not exceed four inches in diameter and five feet in length:
- Pipes, Lumber, Tree/shrub trimmings
- *The following items must be placed to the side of your pile:
- *Appliances (for child safety, remove or securely tape/tie large appliance doors closed)
- Important! When scheduling, indicate if you will have large appliances. A different truck collects appliances.
- *E-waste (TVs, computer monitors, mobile phones, etc.)
- *Fluorescent tubes (four feet in length or less)
- *Tires (no rims; maximum of five)
Items NOT Accepted:
- Commercial waste
- Concrete, dirt, rocks, bricks, tree stumps or heavy objects (auto bodies, engines, etc.)
- Glass panes/mirrors or hot ashes/coals/fireworks
- Household Hazardous Waste - Residents may drop-off for no charge at local household hazardous waste facilities:
- Batteries (vehicle, household, etc.) - home improvement/grocery stores may also accept household batteries
- Chemicals, oil, paint, propane tanks, etc.
- Household material that is accepted in curbside collection Garbage, Organics and Recycling carts
- Treated wood waste (including fence posts, railroad ties, guardrails, pilings, and decking)
For Other Disposal Options:
Kiefer Landfill accepts household waste from the public, businesses, and private waste haulers. The landfill also accepts some recyclable material, some household hazardous (special) waste, and hard to handle items.
North Area Recovery Station (NARS) accepts household waste from the public, businesses, and private waste haulers. This facility also accepts some recyclable materials, a full range of household hazardous (special) waste, and some hard to handle items.
Review current Kiefer Landfill and NARS Facility Fees for accepted material