Collection Day
Holiday Schedule
Container Information
Hazardous Waste
Electronic Waste
Bulky Items
Special Services
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CR&R Recommends You Remember the Following On Collection Day
  • Container(s) should be placed at curbside no later than 6:30 a.m. on collection day.
  • Container(s) must be placed side-by-side approximately 1' foot apart and at least 3' feet from any obstruction. (i.e. fire hydrant/trees)
  • Container(s) should be placed with the handles and wheels facing away from the street.
  • Containers should be removed from curbside within 12 hours after service.
  • Items not in containers will not be collected.
  • Each resident is provided a specially designed automated container with attached lid and wheels.
CR&R Observes the Following Holidays
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day
  • New Years Day
  • Memorial Day
  • July 4th
  • Labor Day
If the holiday falls during the week, service postponed by one day the remainder of the week. Example: If July 4th is a Monday, and your normal collection day is Thursday, we'll see you on Friday.
Approximate Container Sizes Available
Residents may select one of the following containers:
  • 60 gallon automated container - 41"Hx 27"W x 33"D
  • 90 gallon automated container - 45.5"Hx 31"Wx 37"D
Higher waste generators may order additonal containers, rates quoted based on container size and quantity.
  • 3 Yard Temporary Bin - 4'H x 4'W x 6'9"L for clean up projects - 500 lb limit
Special Collections

Larger waste collection containers (from 10 to 40 yards) are available for clean-up projects and other disposal needs.
Recycling Information
Christmas tree collection will begin on December 26th for a two week period through January 6, 2011. Please remove all ornaments, lights, stands, and cut the tree in half if over 6 feet tall. Place your tree curbside on your service day and our tree collectors will come by in a separate truck, there is no need to call the office.
Recyclable Paper
Do's
Corrugated Cardboard
Junk Mail
Magazines
Phonebooks
Chipboard (Cereal/Cracker Boxes)
Newspaper
Computer paper
Any White Paper
Mixed Paper
Don'ts
Waxed Milk Cartons
Waxed Paper
No Mixed Products such as combinations of metal and paper
Soiled Paper
Recyclable Plastics
Please remove liquids, lids and food residue from all recyclables before placing them in the recycling container.
Do's
PET: soft drink bottles, photo film canisters
HDPE: detergent containers, plastic water/milk containers, pails, t-shirt bags
PVC: sprinkler pipe
LDPE: trash can liners, shrink wrap, grocery bags
PP: yogurt containers, luggage, drinking straws
PS: plastic plates, cups egg cartons, food trays
Other: Tupperware and mixed plastic containers
Plastic Toys
Don'ts
Flower/Plant Containers
No Mixed Products (ie plastic/metal combination)
Recyclable Metal
Do's
Empty Aerosol Cans
Metal Coat Hangers
Aluminum Cans
Tin Cans
Food and Juice Jars
Empty Paint Cans (dry paint is OK)
Metal Foil
Lawn Furniture
Don'ts
Automotive Parts
Plumbing Parts
No Mixed Products such as combinations of metal and paper
Recyclable Glass
Do's
Food and Beverage Bottles
Glass Jars and Bottles
House Windows
Liquor, Soda and Juice Bottles
Tempered Glass
Pyrex
Don'ts
Ceramic
Mirrors
Fluorescent Tubes
Light Bulbs
Safety Glass
Yard Waste
Do's
Grass Clippings
Green Plants
Dry Leaves
Garden Trimmings
Weeds
Wood Scraps/Chips
Don'ts
Animal Waste
Palm Branches
Diseased Plants
Meat/Fish/Bones
Dairy Products
Sod/Dirt
Textiles
Do's
Clothing
Shoes
Linens
Towels
Don'ts
Stuffed Animals
Pillows
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Information
It is illegal to dispose of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) through the automated residential collection program. HHW must be disposed of at a certified hazardous waste collection center. For the nearest collection center, please contact the office located closest to you.

Household Hazardous Waste includes, but is not limited to:
  • Used Motor Oil
  • Solvents
  • Batteries
  • Cleaning Products
  • Wood Preservative
  • Old Paint
  • Pesticides
  • Pool Chemicals
  • Printer Cartridges
  • Old Road Flares
  • Fluorescent Lights
Electronic Waste and Refrigerator Collection Information
Electronic waste (E-waste) is an item such as a computer monitor, television, cell phone or other like materials. Due to the high amounts of lead and chemicals found in E-waste, they are not allowed into local landfills.

Refrigerators contain Freon and other chemicals which require special handling as well. CR&R will collect these items from your curbside. To arrange a curbside pick-up for E-waste or a refrigerator, please contact the office located closest to you.

Bulky Items Collection Information
Items that cannot fit in your automated containers, such as a chair or a couch, are considered "bulky items." A bulky item is an object that can be handled by a two-person crew and may include washers, dryers, sofas or other large materials. Each residential customer is entitled to two (2) bulky item pick-ups free of charge per calendar year. Additional bulky item pick-ups are provided for a nominal charge. To make arrangements for a bulky item pick-up on your regular waste collection day. please contact the office located closest to you.

Additonally, CR&R provides residents with a bulky item clean up event twice annually. Residents are notified by door hanger in advance of the event. For more information please contact the office located closest to you.
Ordering Special Services in Your Area
Christmas tree collection will begin on December 26th for a two week period through January 9, 2013. Please remove all ornaments, lights, stands, and cut the tree in half if over 6 feet tall. Place your tree curbside on your service day and our tree collectors will come by in a separate truck, there is no need to call the office.