Garbage Pickup Regulations0
August 30, 2013 by Heather Hewlett
Refuse: General household waste materials that are not associated with food preparation including cans, bottles, and papers.
Garbage: All waste from food used or intended for food for human consumption.
Yard Waste: Grass clippings, sod, leaves, weeds, garden hedge, branches
Construction Material: Materials generated from construction projects; i.e. flooring tile, carpet, drywall, wood, cement, etc.
Extra Yardage: Excess garbage that exceeds the limit for your designated pick up.
The owner or occupant of a residential unit is to place accumulated garbage in plastic garbage bags and put inside your designated container; dumpster, kart, or your own cans.
Depending on which area you live, garbage is to be placed at the end of your driveway (near your mailbox), in the alley, or on the curb no later than 6:00 a.m. Please be aware of seasonal placement changes. Personal garbage cans are not to be broken. Each bag is not to weigh more than 30 lbs. when filled. Each 30 gallon garbage container is not to weigh more than 50 lbs. Residential customers have a limit of 100 gallons of refuse per pick up. Dumpsters shall not exceed the yardage for the size of their container. Any refuse that exceeds the limit for a designated pick up will be billed to the customer as “extra yardage” at a per yard rate. Cardboard boxes are to be broken down, flattened and not to exceed 24” x 24”.
Items accepted for pick up:
-Refuse & Garbage
Items not accepted for pick up:
-Yard waste, construction material, tires, hazardous waste, mattresses, furniture, large appliances
Cardboard & Other Recyclable Materials:
Dickinson County Residents can bring items for recycling to our location on Baler Drive (behind the Tri-City Cinema) in Quinnesec, MI. Materials accepted here are plastic, cardboard, paper, tin, aluminum & metal. Reduce your volume of trash by recycling and preserving our environment!