Milwaukee Dumps and Waste Recycling Centers

Pick up Service - Junk Removal

How do I get a street permit for my dumpster?

Bayside recycling drop off locations

Village of Bayside rent a dumpster

The Village of Bayside 
Phone: (414) 351-8811

Dump / Recycling / Garbage / Trash information

Recycling is picked up at each residence every other Wednesday. Recycling is separated by north and south of Fairy Chasm Road, which runs east and west in the Village. If you're home is located north of Fairy Chasm Road, your recycling will be collected with the north route; south of Fairy Chasm Road, collected with the south route. All recycling may be combined for collection.

Please place all materials in your green recycling cart. Additional carts can be purchased at Village Hall for $50.00


Find a Bay View drop off center

Bay View WI Neighborhood rent a dumpster
City of Milwaukee dump sites
Phone: (414) 286-2150

Milwaukee - Self-Help Centers for Waste and Recycling

Bayview residents have two convenient locations where they can recycle or safely dispose of a wide variety of items. When you arrive at a self-help center, you will be asked to provide proof of City of Milwaukee residency or property ownership. Contractors are not allowed to use the centers. You will then be directed to unload your vehicle. The centers are located at:

6660 N. Industrial Road
3879 West Lincoln Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53215

Items accepted at both locations:

Recycled - Used motor oil and oil filters, Used antifreeze, Automotive batteries, Asphalt roofing shingles Electronics - see list (residential only) Appliances, Scrap metal
Tires (up to 5 passenger tires) Corrugated cardboard, Recyclables (cans, jars and bottles of metal, glass, and #1 & #2 plastics; newspaper, magazines, paperback & phonebooks, paperboard, junk mail) Used athletic shoes, Concrete*, Composted, Brush, Grass, Clippings, Leaves and garden debris, Landfilled, Garbage
Old furniture, Construction or remodeling debris fee and certain restrictions apply.


Where is the dump in Brookfield Wisconsin
The City of Brookfield WI rent a dumpster

The City of Brookfield Recycling Center Office
Phone: (262) 782-9650

19700 Riverview Drive Brookfield, WI 53045

Office Hours Monday - Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Closed Holidays

Directions from Elmbrook Memorial Hospital
Head northwest toward W North Ave
Turn right onto W North Ave
At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto N Brookfield Rd
Turn left onto Riverview Dr

Admittance to the Recycling Center requires proof of residency. Waukesha County residents may deposit computers and corrugated cardboard. Only City of Brookfield residents qualify for all other services provided by the Recycling Center. Yard Attendants staff the center throughout the year during the hours listed.


Public dumpster in Browndeer WI
The Village of Brown Deer WI rent a dumpster 

The Village of Brown Deer Public Works -
Phone: (262) 357-0120

RECYCLING CENTER
8717 North 43rd Street Brown Deer, WI 53209
Hours of Operation:
December - March 31st: Saturdays 10am - 5:50pm

Directions from Fox 6
Head south on N Deerwood Dr toward W Brown Deer Rd
Turn left onto W Brown Deer Rd
Turn right onto N Deerwood Dr
Turn right onto W River Ln
Turn left onto N 43rd St

During times of adverse weather the recycling Center may close early. DO NOT leave materials at the Recycling Center when the center is closed. Gates close promptly, please time your drop-offs appropriately.  

Village households are provided with once-per-week refuse collection.


Caledonia recycling area and refuse drop off
The Villiage of Caledonia WI rent a dumpster 

The Village of Caledonia Waste Disposal and Recycling
Caledonia Village Hall
Phone: (262) 835-4451 

Recycling Bin Guidelines

Bins are to be placed at curb prior to 7:00 a.m. ** on the scheduled day of collections.  In cases where people move from a Caledonia residence, the containers must stay with the residence.  For special occasions, if you have more material than your containers can handle, you may use a transparent bag.  A bin may contain multiple items, but cardboard & newspapers/magazines may not be mixed or layered in the bins.  The contractor will not empty the bins if paper items or magazines are mixed together with cans and bottles.   Additional bins are available at the Caledonia Village Hall at a cost of $7.50 ea. **Bins may be emptied as late as 6:00 p.m.

Cardboard Disposal

Cardboard is not allowed in landfills. Corrugated & Container Board (such as cereal boxes and soda cases) are to be recycled and prepared as listed in the Recycling Guide. 

Yard Waste Disposal

Yard waste includes leaves, brush, branches and grass clippings.  Residents are encouraged to leave grass clippings on their lawns. Yard waste must be kept out of refuse. The yard waste drop-off site is located behind the Safety Building at 6900 Nicholson Road Franksville, WI 53126. This site is seasonal. Please call the Village hall for days and hours. Tree branches are to be cut to a maximum diameter of 20" and a maximum length of 6'. This site is open for Caledonia residents only.

6900 Nicholson Road Franksville, WI 53126

Directions from WE Energies
Head east on Northwestern Ave
At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto WI-38 N/WI-38 Trunk N/Northwestern Ave
Turn left onto 6 Mile Rd
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Nicholson Rd

NO CONTRACTORS!  ONLY YARD WASTE IS ACCEPTED AT THE DROP-OFF SITE! 

WASTE OIL & OIL FILTERS***
Waste oil may be taken to the Village's waste oil drop-off site located directly behind the Safety Building at 6900 Nicholson Road. Directions from WE Energies
Head east on Northwestern Ave
At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto WI-38 N/WI-38 Trunk N/Northwestern Ave
Turn left onto 6 Mile Rd
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Nicholson Rd

Pick up the key for the site at the Police Dispatch window.  A driver's license or other appropriate identification is required.  You will not be allowed to drop off waste oil after 5:00 p.m. (during winter 4:00 p.m.). ***Effective January 1, 2011, oil filters will not be allowed in the landfill. They can be disposed in the dumpster labeled for oil filters at the waste oil drop site.

Batteries and Tire Disposal in Caledonia

Lead acid batteries and tires should be taken to those businesses that sell batteries and tires.

Paint Can Disposal

Paint cans with paint still in them should have the lids removed and allowed to stand until all contents become hard. Add cat litter or sand to paint inside plastic bag-lined box in order to solidify the paint. The cans may then be placed in the normal refuse after drying. 

E-Cycling -- Recycle your Electronics in Caledonia

Beginning September 1, 2010, Computer Systems (keyboard, consumer monitor, consumer computer, and consumer printers), Fax Machines, DVD Players, Video Recorders, Cell Phones, Telephones w/Video Display, VCRs, Televisions, Cameras, & Copiers will not be allowed in the landfill. 

Listed below are some contractors that will take them. It is recommended you call for updated prices.

  • Best Buy (www.bestbuy.com) 2710 So. Greenbay Road, Racine WI 53406   (612-291-3406)
  • Burrows Recycling, 5821 So. Pine Street, Burlington, WI 53105
  • Goodwill Retail Services (www.amazinggoodwill.com) 3131 So. Oakes Road, Sturtevant, WI 53405 (262-554-8522)
  • Milwaukee PC (www.milwaukeepc.com) 7115 Durand Ave., Suite F, Sturtevant, WI 53177  (262-208-9437)
  • SE WI Computer Recycling - 23026 W. Overson Road, Union Grove (262) 498-1356

Cedarburg - dump garbage recycle waste

The City of Cedarburg rent a dumpster 

THE TOWN OF CEDARBURG
Phone: (262) 375-7609

Cedarburg Yard Waste Disposal Guide

City of Cedarburg residents may bring their yard waste material to the City dropoff facility which is located at the City of Cedarburg Public Works garage (corner of Lincoln Blvd. and Johnson Avenue). Facility will be open every Saturday from April 1st to November 30th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A "City of Cedarburg" resident sticker is required (available at no cost at City Hall or the Police Station- ID required). Materials accepted at the drop-off location include grass clippings,leaves, garden debris and brush. Residents are also able to pickup wood chips (if available) during this time.

Effective January 1, 2010, City of Cedarburg residents are no longer be able to take anything to the Town of Cedarburg compost area at 5-Corners as they have in the past.

Brush Pickup in Cedarburg

The Public Works crew will pickup small quantities of brush (not to exceed ten cubic yards of loose volume brush) beginning at 7 a.m. the first Monday of the month from April through October. Brush should be neatly stacked with the butt ends facing the same way and placed in the parkway so that it does not block the sidewalk or extend into the street. Brush can also be taken to the City of Cedarburg drop-off location on the day and time listed above.

Twig and Branch Disposal

Small quantities of twigs and branches, weighing less than 50 pounds, may be placed in OPEN containers and placed in the parkway for pickup before 7:00 a.m. the first Monday of the month, April through October. Twigs and branches can also be taken to the City of Cedarburg drop-off location on the day and time listed above. There is NO pickup of grass clippings or yard waste in the curb.

Curb-side leaf pickup will occur only in the fall (2nd week in October to Thanksgiving)


Cudahy Waste Drop off Center and Recycle

The City of Cudahy WI rent a dumpster 

The City of Cudahy Drop Off/Recycling Center
Phone: (414) 769-2200

5631 South Pennsylvania Avenue Cudahy, WI 53110

Directions from Cudahy Middle School
Head north on S Barland Ave toward E Grange Ave
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto E Grange Ave
Turn left onto S Pennsylvania Ave

Drop-Off Site Changes -- PLEASE READ!
Winter Hours (October 1 - March 31):
Tuesday and Thursday -- 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday -- 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Garbage, recycling and yard waste will be accepted at all times.


Delafield - Garbage Dump recycle waste
The City of Delafield WI rent a dumpster 

The City of Delafield
Phone: (262) 646-6220

Brush Drop Off

The access road is located on the east side of North Cushing Park Road (just north of Enterprise Road).  Materials dropped off at this site shall consist of woody vegetative material less than 32 inches in diameter and no more than 8 feet in length.  This can include brush, tree limbs, tree trunks and stumps that are cut as required.  A partial list of materials that are NOT accepted at the site includes grass clippings, leaves, yard and garden debris, dirt, rocks, root balls, bricks, concrete, garbage, and recyclables.  Click here to learn how you can be a brush drop off site volunteer.

Drop Off Schedule

January through March - Closed
April through September - Open on the first & third Saturday of each month - 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
October and November - Open on the second Saturday of each month - 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
December - Closed

Recyclables (no yard waste)

Can be taken to the Village of Hartland Recycling Site, 701 Progress Drive, Hartland, WI.  (262) 367-2714.

Oil Recycling
Used oil and oil filters are accepted behind the City of Delafield Public Safety building, 111 Main Street, Delafield.


Elm Grove - dump garbage recycle waste

The Village of Elm Grove rent a dumpster 

The Village of Elm Grove
Phone: (262) 782-6700

The public works yard is located at 900 Wall Street and is also the site of the Village yard waste facility. You may bring brush, grass clipping and leaves to the respective area during business hours Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The facility has seasonal Saturday hours. Refer to the schedule below for details. As an environmental service, Village crews pick up brush on a scheduled basis three times a year. A brush schedule is included in the calendar (April page) mailed to each residence by the Elm Grove Business Association in January of each year. Commercial contractors are not permitted to use the yard waste facility.  

Hazardous waste materials are NOT permitted at the Village Yard Waste facility.


Fox Point - dump garbage recycle waste
The Village of Fox Point rent a dumpster

The Village of Fox Point 
Phone: (414) 351-8900

As many Village residents are aware, the Village drop-off site closed permanently on December 31, 2008. One question that has been raised consistently since the closing of the drop-off site is: "Where do I go with my garbage, yard waste and recyclables now that the drop-off site has closed?" This article addresses many, if not most, of the questions that have been raised on this matter.

Waste Disposal in Fox Point

The garbage or municipal solid waste (MSW), generated by propertyowners generally falls into a number of different categories: household hazardous wastes such as paint thinners, stains, and varnishes, etc.; appliances and white goods including refrigerators, dryers, and dehumidifiers; computers and other electronics; and other MSW that includes items like food scraps, non-recyclable containers and package wrappings. Much of the MSW generated by property owners can be reduced,reused or recycled and programs are available to residents to help them achieve that goal.

For those items that cannot be reduced, reused, or recycled, and which does not fall into one of the MSW categories described below, much of it can be discarded with your weekly rubbish collection. In general, the Village of Fox Point will collect up to approximately 1 cubic yard (cy) of rubbish from your residence each week without the need for a special pickup. To put it into perspective, 1 (cy) of material is roughly equivalent to three (3) 32 gallon containers. Anything beyond that, especially the large bulky items such as furniture (and yard waste which is covered later) will require a special pickup. Please call the Village Hall to coordinate special pickups. A special pickup is done on Fridays, costs $75 and includes two (2) DPW staff and two (2) pieces of equipment for 15 minutes. Items prohibited are identified in Section 24.027 of the Village Code and a list will be provided at the Village Hall upon payment of fee. Special pickups requiring more staff, time or equipment as well as an inordinate amount of material that requires an extra trip to the landfill or transfer station, will be assessed the actual cost of staff and equipment time as well as the disposal cost.

Also, if prohibited items are placed out for special pick-up, the items will not be collected and the fee may be forfeited by the applicant. Household MSW: Before throwing out your garbage, ask yourself: "Is there a better use for what I want to throw away?" For instance, food scraps can be combined with grass clippings and leaves as well as other organic material to create a composte pile. Compost is rich in nutrients and is a natural way of helping your garden grow.

Fox Point Yard Waste Disposal

Normal yard waste is picked up by Village DPW staff throughout the year. In the spring, all yard waste, other than tree waste,must be placed in decomposable paper yard waste bags or the items need to be containerized. The maximum weight for either container cannot be more than 50 pounds. These can be purchased at any local hardware or big box store. In the fall, yard waste can be placed out with your leaves and it will be vacuumed along with the leaves. Tree waste,such as branches and limbs, is chipped and may also be placed out as long as they are less than 6"-inches in diameter. Please place these items with the cut end facing the street and on an approximate 45 degree angle so that it is easier to grab the material with our equipment. Please also note that items greater then 6"-inches in diameter will require a special pick-up.

Tire Disposal in Fox Point

The Village does not accept or collect tires. The store from where you purchase the tires will likely accept your old tires if they replaced them with the new ones.


Franklin - Garbage Dump and Waste Recycling

 The City of Franklin WI rent a dumpster

The City of Franklin
Phone: (414) 425-2592

Solid Waste Collection & Recycling

The Solid Waste Department provides weekly refuse, bi-weekly recycling, and 3 times a year leaves and brush collection to all single-family, two-family, and condominium ownership multi-family units. The collection service is outsourced to a private contractor, and the contract is re-bid every 3 years. A new 3-year contract began January 2010 with Johns Disposal Services of Whitewater. In addition, the City provides a Residential Brush Drop-Off and Recycling Center adjacent to the Public Works Garage at 7979 West Ryan Road Franklin, WI 53132 7979 W. Ryan Road that is manned by Highway Division personnel and is open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday (except holidays).

Directions from the County Corrections Office
Head south on S 68th St toward W Ryan Rd
Turn right onto W Ryan Rd


Germantown - Waste Management and Garbage Dump

The Village of Germantown rent a dumpster

The Village of Germantown Waste Management Landfill
Phone: (262) 250-4720

Recycling Center
N116 W17230 Main Street

The Recycling Center is CLOSED on all observed holidays throughout the year. 

Materials Accepted

Yard Waste (two designated areas)

Grass, leaves, garden waste.
Brush, branches, limbs, logs (no stumps will be accepted) 

Waste oil/antifreeze

Put in plastic container with cap.  No container larger than 5 gallons.
Oil filters:  Drain excess oil out.

Commercial Recycling in Germantown

Any commercial entity that is a resident of Germantown that chooses to utilize the Recycling Center must first obtain a commercial permit.  Permits are only available at Village Hall between the hours of 8:00am and 4:30pm.  The cost for the permit is $10000.00 for the calendar year.

Brush Pickup

(Offered twice a year - May and October)  


Glendale - Recycling and Garbage Dump

Glendale WI rent a dumpster

The City of Glendale Refuse Collection
Phone: (414) 228-1746

Per City of Glendale Ordinance Section 8-3-6, all garbage shall be placed at the curbside collection point only after 4:00 p.m. on the evening prior to the regular collection time, and then all refuse containers must be removed from the curbside collection point within twenty-four (24) hours after the regular collection time.

Does the City provide refuse containers? No. Residents must provide their own garbage containers with a tight fitting lid.

During Snow Season

Residents should place garbage cans at a safe distance up the driveway during the snow season so the cans are not hit by snowplows or snowload from the plows during plowing operations. Any garbage cans that are placed in the road may be hit and it will be the responsibility of the homeowner to replace if damaged.

How Do Glendale Residents Dispose of Recycling Materials?

Residents should use the blue 18-gallon recycling bin that was delivered in 1995. If you recently purchased the home, the prior owners should have left the recycling bin, as the bin belongs to the property. If the previous owner did not leave the recycling bin, a new one must be purchased at City Hall or the City Services building. The cost is $10.00.

Recyclables should be co-mingled, except newspapers and magazines, which should be securely tied with twine (or paper bagged) and placed on top of the other recyclables in the bin.

Cardboard should be flattened and cut to a 2' by 2' size. Bundle with twine or tape into a stack no higher than 10 inches and place on top of the blue recycling bin. Residents may also bring large pieces of cardboard to the collection container located at the Glendale Municipal Yard. The container can be accessed from the south gate entrance at 5930 North Glen Park Road, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.


Grafton - dump garbage recycle waste
Grafton WI Rent a dumpster rent a dumpster

The Village of Grafton
Phone: (262) 375-5325

Yard Waste

Grass clippings, leaves, and other yard waste are composted at the Residential Yard Waste Site, 2266 Lakefield Road.  The site is fully automoated and access is available 7 days per week.  An access card is needed, the card can be obtained at the Public Works office - 675 North Green Bay Road.  The annual cost of the access card is $20. Please bring identifcation to confirm your Village residence.

Current Residential Yard Waste Site Hours
7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Glendale Waste Regulations

Do not rake yard waste onto the curb - it must be bagged and brought to the compost pile for disposal.

Leaves will be collected from the gutters in the fall only.  The Department of Public Works does not collect leaves and grass in the curb during the spring and summer months.

The Village recommends that grass be mulched or composted on your lawn as an alternative to disposal at the Public Works yard site.

Electronics/Batteries/Fluorescent Bulbs

The Public Works Department accepts computers, monitors, printers, DVD players, VCR's, and other small electronics at the Municipal Services Facility, 675 North Green Bay Road.  Electronics will be accepted at the office with proof of Village residency.  There is no charge for this service.  Televisions are NOT accepted at the Public Works Department.

Best Buy accepts televisions at their Grafton store, 1070 Port Washington Road.  They will charge you a $10 recycling fee, however they will provide you with a $10 gift card for their store.

Household and rechargable batteries are accepted at Home Depot, 1350 Port Washington Road.  There is a collection station at the Customer Service/Return counter.  You simply place the batteries in a plastic bag (provided by Home Depot) and drop them into the container.  They accept the larger rechargable tool batteries as well.  (No charge for this service)

Compact fluorescent bulbs are also accepted at Home Depot, 1350 Port Washington Road.  There is a collection station at the Customer Service/Return counter.  Again you simply place the bulb in a plastic bag and drop them into the container.   (No charge for this service)


Greendale - dump garbage recycle waste
Greendale WI rent a dumpster 

The Village of Greendale
Phone: (414) 423-2133
 

6351 Industrial Loop
Greendale, WI 53129

Directions from Post Office
Head south on Broad St toward Crocus Ct
Turn left onto Southway
Turn right onto W Loomis Rd
Turn right onto Industrial Loop
Turn left to stay on Industrial Loop

Hours of Operation:
7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Disposal & Recycling Center:
7 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Disposal & Recycling Center:
Saturday Hours: April through Nov. 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday Hours: Dec. through March 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.


Greenfield - Public Dump

City of Greenfield WI  rent a dumpster 

The City of Greenfield 
Phone: (414) 329-5325

Garbage/Rubbish Collection

All garbage / rubbish must be placed in plastic bags or containers WITH HANDLES having a capacity of 20 to 32 gallons (except bulky / heavy items that cannot be containerized) and a weight limit of 80 pounds each. In addition, any item (s) must be no longer or wider than 4 feet.  Exceptions to these restrictions are appliances, furniture, televisions, sinks, toilets, bathtubs, etc. which are included in the garbage / rubbish collection as a special pickup. 

Leaf Compost/Yard Mulch

Free wood mulch and composted leaves are available daily for self serve pick-up at the City of Greenfield DPW yard, 4551 S. 52nd Street and west yard, 11701 West Morgan Avenue.  For more information or availability, call 414-761-5374 weekdays from 7:00am to 3:30pm.  Leaf compost is available for home delivery for $25 per truck load.

Junk Mail Kits

Tired of unwanted mail? Kits to reduce junk mail are available at Greenfield City Hall, 7325 West Forest Home Avenue, in the City Clerk, Treasurer, Engineering, Health, and Park & Recreation Departments, and the Greenfield Public Library, 5310 W Layton Ave. For more information, call 414-329-5325.

Household Hazardous Waste

The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) has established a Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Program which is available to City of Greenfield residents. For more information, such as maps and hours of operation, call 414-225-2066 or visit

Milwaukee (new location!)
City of Milwaukee Self Help Station, 3879 West Lincoln Avenue
Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Hales Corners - Garbage Dump

Hales Corners rent a dumpster 

The Village of Hales Corners 
Phone: (414) 529-6161

5635 S. New Berlin Road Hales Corners, WI 53130

Please note that there is no dumping location within the Village.

*The Department of Public Works, as time and weather permit, will collect Christmas trees along the roadside. The trees will be chipped and composted as part of recycling efforts. The service is available for Hales Corners residents with municipal trash collection only. Apartment and commercial occupants need to dispose of Christmas trees through their own provider.


Hartland WI Recycling and yard waste drop off site
Rent a dumpster Village of Hartland

The Village of Hartland Recycling  
Phone: (262) 367-2714

Yard Waste Site is located at 701 Progress Drive Hartland, WI 53029

Directions from Hartland Library

Head west on E Park Ave toward Cottonwood Ave
Turn left onto Cottonwood Ave
Turn right onto Cardinal Ln
Turn left onto Progress Dr

*The yard waste site is open to Village residents only.  It is operated/maintained by the Public Works Department.  For contacts see Village Government Public Works.*

Recycling Hours from the end of November - Beginning of April: Open Fridays Only  9:00 am - 3:00 PM

Yard Waste and Recycling Hours Starting Second Saturday in April through the day after Thanksgiving:


Hartford - Dump and Recycling Center

The City of Hartford rent a dumpster

The City of Hartford
Phone: (262) 673-8285

Recycling Center
(Located behind City Garage)
710 West Sumner Street Hartford, WI 53027

Directions from Schauer Arts Center
Head south on N Rural St toward Jackson St
Turn right onto W Sumner St
Turn right to stay on W Sumner St
Hours: (except holidays)

Recycling Center Items

CITY RESIDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO DELIVER THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO THE RECYCLING CENTER:
 
Car Batteries Large Cardboard (flattened)
Leaves Garden Waste & Grass Clippings
Used Motor Oil & Anti-Freeze Appliances** & Metal Items
**City residents may arrange for Appliance pick-up. Cost is $15 per appliance. Pay fee at City Hall Cashier's Counter. With receipt in hand schedule your APPOINTMENT for curbside pick-up at the Engineering Counter.  Call 673-8259 if you have a question.
 
Tires* (no rims)
*City residents must pay a $5.00 per tire disposal fee at the Recycling Center. Commercial businesses must pay $10.00 per tire disposal fee at the Recycling Center.


Jackson - Local Garbage Dump

Town Of Jackson WI rent a dumpster

Town of Jackson
Phone: (262) 677-4048

3146 Division Road, Jackson, WI 53037

Town Garage: 3685 Division Road, Jackson 53037 
Phone: (262) 677-3523

Directions from McDonald’s
Head east on WI-60 Trunk E/Main St toward Pharmacal Way
At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Division Rd


Kenosha - Garbage Dump Information

The City of Kenosha WI  rent a dumpster

The City of Kensosha WI
Phone: (262) 653-4050 

The Waste Division maintains the City of Kenosha's clean and healthy environment through the collection of bulk, brush, compost, solid waste and recycling. 

Rent a dumpster in Kenosha
Waste Division c/o Public Works Department
625 52nd Street
Room 305
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140


Kewauskum - Recycling near by
Kewauskum WI  rent a dumpster

The Village of Kewauskum 
Phone: (262) 626-4310

Public Works Yard Hours
7:00 AM - 3:30 PM  M-F

1002 Fond Du Lac Avenue Kewaskum, WI 53040
 
A cardboard recycle dumpster container is also available in the public works yard.
Cardboard need not be broken down, and can be placed directly in the container.

Directions from the Municipal Building
Head west on 1st St toward Railroad St
Turn left on Fond Du Lac Ave.

 

Lannon - dump station
The village of Lannon WI rent a dumpster

The Villiage of Lannon / Sussex
Phone: (262) 246-5200

Anti-freeze

Can be taken to the Town of Lisbon Highway Department located at the corner of Good Hope Road and Hillside Road 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Look for the tank marked anti-freeze.

Electronics Recycling

Certain electronics are banned from incinerators and landfills in WI. Manufacturers and retailers are now required to take back electronics for recycling under E-Cycle Wisconsin.Take cell phones directly to retailer for recycling.

Waste Oil / Oil Filters

Waste oil can be taken to Sussex Village Park located at W244N6196 Weaver Drive. The Waste Oil Tank is located at the far east end of the parking lot by the Hard Ball Diamond. The site is available during normal park hours, 6am - 11pm daily.  ONLY WASTE OIL SHOULD BE POURED INTO THE TANK.

Beginning January 1, 2011 used automotive engine oil filter and oil absorbent materials are banned from Wisconsin landfills. No individual or group is exempt. The ban applies to everyone in the state including individuals, farmers, businesses, commercial or industrial facilities and other organizations.

The Wisconsin Act 86 was passed in 2009 to promote oil recycling and protect the environment.


Menomonee Falls - dump garbage recycle waste management
The Village of Menomonee Falls WI

The Village of Menomonee Falls
Phone: (262) 532-4200

Yard Waste Program

Village Garage drop-off starts Saturday - April 3, 2010 and is open Saturdays 8:30am - Noon. Cost of stickers are 5 for $5.00 or $1.25 each. Stickers are available at the Village Hall or Sussex Ace Hardware. Village Garage program ends on October 30, 2010. 

The Village Garage is located at N59W23525 Clover Drive. 

Lisbon Compost Site drop-off starts Saturday April 3, 2010 and is open Saturdays 9:00am - 4:00pm and Mondays 4:00pm - 8:00pm. Per Lisbon, entrance gates are locked 10 minutes before posted closing times. Village residents must purchase a Compost Site Pass at the Sussex Village Hall, Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm.  The cost is $25.00. Compost program ends on November 27, 2010. The Lisbon Compost Site is located at N80W25354 Plainview Road.

Yard Waste Disposal

By state law, yard waste - such as grass clippings, leaves and tree branches, may not be put in the trash. Yard waste may be managed at home by mulching, composting, chipping and/or burning.
For burning requirements please call 262-532-8899. Home composting information is available at the Menomonee Falls Public Library or at Besmart.org

Yard Waste Disposal Permit

Using a Yard Waste Disposal Permit issued by the Village, residents may dispose of up to one cubic yard of yard waste 35 times in a season (April through November) at the Orchard Ridge Composting Site for no fee.


Mequon hazardous waste disposal
The City of Mequon WI
The City of Mequon
Phone: (262) 236-2913

The City has a self-service drop-off site behind the Police Department and maintenance facility at 6300 W Mequon Road.  It is open 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

RECYCLING FACILITIES

Industrial Recyclers, Menomonee Falls 262-255-1633 Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. M-F; 9 a.m. - noon Sat.

Appliances

(fee for appliances with Freon, no fee for other appliances); vehicle batteries; scrap aluminum and other metal. (Also accepts aluminum, bi-metal and steel cans, empty aerosol cans and empty latex-paint cans.)

Used motor oil & Filters

Mequon residents may deposit used motor oil and oil filters behind the City Maintenance Shop, 6300 W. Mequon Road

Brush & yard waste

The Mequon Brush & Yard Waste Site is open from April through November for Mequon residents with a paid permit, available at City Hall.


Merton - yard waste diposal
The Town of Merton WI

The Town of Merton
Phone: (262) 966-2651

The Transfer Station
N78W32101 Petersen Rd.
1 mile west of  Hwy 83 in North Lake on Petersen Rd.

Saturdays 8:00 am.  to Noon.

Garbage

Must be in Town of Merton garbage bags. Place these bags in the four green dumpsters. Bags may be purchased at the transfer station or at the Town Hall. 

Costs for Bags:

  • $3.50 each
  • $10.00/for 3
  • $225.00/box of 75

Battery/oil/anti-freeze

There are three metal containers for oil and two blue plastic barrels for anti-freeze. Batteries maybe given to the attendants at the top of the hill.

Scrap metal

Place all scrap metal in the metal pile. Propane Tanks are accepted.

Appliances

Will take all appliances except those that contain freon. There will be a charge to  accept freon based items.

Tires

The cost to dispose of auto tires with no metal rims is $4.00/car, $6.00/truck tires, $12.00/tractor tires. 

Fluorescent Bulbs

Current Costs Prevail

Hazardous Materials

No hazardous materials accepted. You may take them to the Waukesha County drop off site located in Menomonee Falls.
W124N9451 Boundary Rd. (124th)
All Hazardous Waste  on Saturday,  8:00 - 2:00p.m.

Directions from DMV
Follow W Mill Rd, WI-145 N and 124th St/Boundary Rd
Drive to your destination
W 124 N 9451 Boundary Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
 


Milwaukee - find a local dump
The City of Milwaukee WI

The City of Milwaukee
Phone: (414) 286-CITY(2489)

Self-Help Centers
North - 6660 N Industrial Road
South - 3879 W Lincoln Avenue

City of Milwaukee residents have two convenient locations where they can recycle or safely dispose of a wide variety of items. When you arrive at a self-help center, you will be asked to provide proof of City of Milwaukee residency or property ownership. Contractors are not allowed to use the centers. You will then be directed to unload your vehicle.

Items accepted at both locations:

  • Used motor oil and oil filters
  • Used antifreeze
  • Automotive batteries
  • Asphalt roofing shingles (guidelines)*
  • Electronics
  • Appliances
  • Scrap metal
  • Tires (up to 5 passenger tires)
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Used athletic shoes
  • Concrete*
  • Composted
  • Brush
  • Grass clippings
  • Leaves and garden debris
  • Garbage
  • Old furniture
  • Construction or remodeling debris

In addition to the City's Self-Help Centers, private locations in the Milwaukee area may also accept unwanted items.

Winter Hours

November 28, 2010 through April 2, 2011
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Closed Sundays and Wednesdays


Mount Pleasant - dump garbage recycle waste
The Village of Mount Pleasant WI

The Village of Mount Pleasant  554-8750
The Village compost site which is located off of Hwy. 20 on West Road accepts yard waste, garden waste, leaves and brush. The compost site opens Saturday, April 10th and through Thanksgiving (weather permitting). The hours of operation are Wednesday's from 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Saturday's from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call the Village Hall at 554-8750 if further information is needed.


Muskego - dump garbage recycle waste
The City of Muskego WI

The City of Muskego 262-679-4148

The residential waste convenience center is part of the landfill contract with the City of Muskego, negotiated by the siting committee. The intent of this facility is for Muskego resident's convenience on an honor system. However, abuses of the drop-off process by some residents are increasing and are unacceptable. The rules that must be adhered to are as follows:


1. All residents must stop and check-in with the attendant with a proper I.D.
2. Drop off site hours are: Fridays 9:00 AM-4:00 PM (closed on holidays)
Saturdays 8:00 AM-12:00 PM (closed on holidays)
Visits to the center outside of the posted hours are considered trespassing and subject to prosecution.
3. The center is for residents only, NOT for business operations.
4. Weekly residential drop-off is limited to one level pick-up box, OR trailer equal to 1-1/2
yards. Loaded pick-ups towing a loaded trailer will be directed to cross the inbound scale and be charged the commercial rate for drop-off.
5. You must secure your load so it doesn't fall on to the roadway.
6.No Hazardous waste is permitted. Residents can use the household hazardous waste collection site across Highway 45 at 10518 S. 124 St.
7. The posted speed limit is 10 mph. PLEASE be considerate of the safety of employees and customers walking in the yard. Cameras on site record license plate numbers.

New Berlin - dump garbage recycle waste
The City of New Berlin WI

The City of New Berlin  (262) 786-8610

Recycling Center  - 3711 South Casper Drive New Berlin, WI 53151 (just past City Hall- look for the yellow gate and sign)

Directions from Police Department
Head northeast on W National Ave toward S Regal Manor Dr
Turn left onto S Casper Dr

The City has a Recycling Center for yard waste, and other recyclable items. For information on what items that the Recycling Center accepts, call the Recycling Hotline at 262-780-4606.  Wood chips, compost and firewood are free to New Berlin Residents  when available.

 
North Prairie - dump garbage recycle waste
The Village of North Prairie WI

The Village of North Prairie  262/392-2271

** HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW) DROP-OFF SITES
North Prairie / Waukesha County operates:

4 year-round household hazardous waste drop-off sites for residents (see below)

Verify that your items are acceptable household hazardous waste and make sure to have proof of residency when bringing items to any HHW site.  There is no fee for this service; open to Waukesha County residents only.

Menomonee Falls
W124 N9451 Boundary Rd. (124th Street)
Hours: Mondays & Wednesdays, 11am - 6pm
Saturdays, 8am - 2pm

Waukesha
City Incinerator Building,
900 Sentry Drive (North of Sunset Dr., 1 mi.east of the Fox River)

Directions From Social Security Office
Head south on N Grand Ave toward Wisconsin Ave
Turn right onto W College Ave
Continue onto Sentry Dr


Hours:
April - November (2nd and 4th Saturdays, 8am - 4pm)
December - March (2nd Saturday only, 8am - 4pm)
April - November (3rd Wednesday, 11am - 7pm)

Muskego
Jensen Environmental Management
W144 S6347 College Court (College Ave. between Tess Corners Dr. & Sunnyslope)
Hours:
1st and 3rd Saturdays, 8am - noon

Franklin
10518 S. 124th St.
Hours:
Saturdays, 8am - 2pm


 
Hazardous waste recycling center near Oak Creek WI

The City of Oak Creek WI

The City of Oak Creek  - 414.768.6500
Recycling Yard 414-570-5682
Address: 720 West Puetz Road Oak Creek, WI 53154

Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Mon through Sat
Extended Hours:  Tues, 8:00am - 8:00 pm
(April - September)     **Closed Holidays

Head east on W Ryan Rd
Use the left 2 lanes to turn slightly left to stay on W Ryan Rd
Use any lane to turn left onto S Howell Ave
Turn left onto W Centennial Dr
Continue onto S Country Dr
Turn left onto W Puetz Rd

The yard is open to all occupants of a residence or dwelling unit for which the occupant receives an individual property tax bill issued by the City of Oak Creek.
The Oak Creek Recycling Yard Accepts the Following Items:
Appliances*** (Freon $15.00 each) Fluorescent Tubes
Propane Tanks Batteries
Brush Wood
Stumps Drain Oil
Anti-Freeze Tires** ($2.00 each)
Furniture General Garbage
Mattresses Televisions
Computer Items Carpeting
Cardboard, Paper Metal
Snow Blowers Lawn Mowers
Sod Dirt
Asphalt Concrete
Bicycles Co-mingled Recyclables
Vehicular Salvage (exhaust systems, tune-up parts, shock absorbers, lights, rims)  

**Tires must be removed from rims.

***All freon appliances (refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, freezers and water coolers) require a $15.00 disposal fee.

Items Not Accepted in Recycling Yard

Sorry, We DO NOT Accept the Following:

Shingles and Roofing Materials
Grass Clippings (including Thatch)
Gasoline
Medical Waste
Paints
Hazardous Waste
Most Vehicle Salvage


Pewaukee - dump garbage recycle waste
The City of Pewaukee 

Pewaukee City Hall  (262)-691-0804

Grounds W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road, Pewaukee, WI 53072
Hours: Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm
Wednesday, April 1st - Thanksgiving Week - 1:00pm - 6:00pm


Directions from Menards
Head east Turn right toward Capitol Dr
Continue onto Capitol Dr
Turn right onto Pewaukee Rd

We are pleased to announce that the City Recycling Center now accepts leaves and grass clippings. The leaves and grass clippings may be brought to the Recycling Center behind the lower parking lot at City Hall.
If you choose to bag your grass clippings or leaves in plastic bags, the clippings or leaves must be dumped from the plastic bags at the Recycling Center. A barrel is an available for disposal of the used plastic bags.
PLEASE DO NOT THROW LEAF FILLED OR GRASS CLIPPINGS FILLED PLASTIC BAGS INTO OUR RECYCLING PILES OR BINS. WE HAVE HAD OUR YARD WASTE LOADS REJECTED AT THE COMPOSTING FACILITY BECAUSE THE LOAD CONTAINED PLASTIC BAGS. THE RECYCLABLE PAPER BAGS THAT ARE SOLD IN LOCAL HARDWARE STORES ARE ALLOWED IN THE COMPOSTING OPERATIONS. We have increased the monitoring of our site so that we can prevent future contaminations.
The following WILL be accepted:
Engine/Motor Oil, filters and antifreeze
Newspapers - (bundled) and flattened
Glass bottles and jars - clear amber and green - (washed)
Brush & small trees (no grass clippings, boards, lumber, stumps or logs over 4" diam.)
Scrap iron and steel
Plastic milk bottles (only)
Corrugated cardboard (only)
Magazines (bundled)
Stoves & dishwashers without electrical ballast
The following WILL NOT be accepted:
Garbage
Trash
Organic materials

Open Air Burning on the Ground and in a Burning Barrel is allowed BY PERMIT in residential areas only. Permits are issued at the City Hall and are good for one year.
Most accepted recyclables (except oil, trees and appliances) can be picked up at your home along with your regular garbage pickup except for brush. Homeowners can contract with Veolia Environmental Services for pickup of leaves, grass clippings and other yard waste for an additional fee.


Pleasant Prairie - recycle waste management dump
The Village of Pleasant Prairie WI

The Village of Pleasant Prairie Public Works  262-694-1403
Compost Site
The Village of Pleasant Prairie operates a compost site for village residents.
It's located at: Roger Prange Municipal Center 8600 Green Bay Road Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158

Directions from Lowes
Head south toward 67th St
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto 67th St
Turn right at the 3rd cross street onto Green Bay Rd

2011 compost Site Dates
Opens: March 26, 2011 (Weather Permitting)
Close: December 3, 2011 (Weather Permitting)

Hours:Monday thru Friday - 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday - 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Closed Sunday

The Village of Pleasant Prairie will accept the following:
Branches
Bundles bound in wire will not be accepted.
Garden waste
Grass clippings
Leaves
Stumps 50 pounds or less
Sod
Tree trimmings
Other yard waste
Car batteries
Waste oil (not mixed with other elements)
Antifreeze
Garden waste, grass clippings, leaves, tree trimmings and other yard waste will be accepted in cans, bags or from vehicles trunks/beds.

Free Accepted Materials/Items:
One cubic yard of dirt
One cubic yard of concrete
One cubic yard of gravel
One cubic yard of Asphalt
One Cubic yard of metal
Recycling and/or garbage
(One cubic yard is 3' wide, by 3' long, by 3' tall)

Additional Items Now Accepted For a Fee
To accommodate those times when collection at your home is not convenient, you will now be able to drop select items at the Compost

Drop-off Site during normal hours of operation. A fee is charged to cover the cost of handling and disposing of your item.

Items Accepted For a Fee
Computer systems ($10 each item)
White goods ($20 each item) Please see Special Collections for a full list of white goods.
Televisions and Computers
Tires ($5 each)
Bulk items ($10 each item) Please see Special Collections for a full list of bulk items.
Misc. electronics (Dvd, DVR, VCR, Fax machines) $5.00 each
Home solutions
The best thing you can do with your yard waste is to compost as much as possible or use it as mulch, at home. Grass clippings should be left on the lawn, where they provide nutrients for your turf. Clippings and leaves also make excellent mulch in gardens and around flowers and shrubs.

 

Port Washington WI yard waste hours
The City of Port Washington WI

The City of Port Washington 262-284-2600
1275 Mineral Springs Drive Port Washington, WI 53074

Head south on N Wisconsin St toward E Pier St
Continue onto W Sunset Rd
Turn left onto Mineral Springs Dr

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE INFO

HOTLINE PHONE#: 262-243-8998

Get rid of the hazardous items not collected in your regular trash pickup.

KITCHEN AND BATHROOM

Drain Cleaners- acid/alkaline
Floor -care products
Hair remover
Nail Polish Remover
Oven Cleaner
Solvent-based cleaners
GARAGE AND WORKSHOP

Acetone
Antifreeze
Artist paints and media
Autobody repair products
Battery acid
Brake fluid
Car wax, solvent-based
Contact Cement
Fiberglass epoxy
Gasoline and other fuels
Glue,
solvent-based Lighter fluid
Paint, except latex
Paint thinner and stripper
Parts cleaner
Shellac
Stain
Transmission fluid
Turpentine
Varnish
Wood filler
Wood preservative
HOME AND GARDEN
Aerosol cans, full
Dry cleaning solvent
Fluorescent lamps (10 bulb limit)
Fungicide
Furniture polish
Insect spray
Light ballasts
Metal polish, solvent based
Mothballs
Mercury devices
Pesticides
Pool chemicals
Rat poison
Household rechargeable Batteries
Shoe polish
Spot remover
Stump remover
Thermometers
Weed killer
*Computers collected for a $25 fee

Alternative Disposal Recommendations

Latex or Water Based Paint.
If unusable, remove lid and place in a well-ventilated area.  After contents have solidified, replace lid and place in the trash.  Paint can be dried more quickly by pouring 1/2-inch layer into a cardboard box lined with plastic or newspaper or into a box filled with sand, vermiculite or kitty litter.

Drain Oil.
Used motor oil may be recycled.  Bring to the Ozaukee County Highway Department located in Port Washington at 410 South Spring Street or contact your local municipality for further information.

Batteries.
Auto batteries may be traded in or taken to the local battery retailer for recycling. Lead acid batteries may be taken to a battery retailer for recycling. Household batteries may be disposed of in household garbage.

Alternative Disposal Recommendations

Windshield Washer Solution, Paint Brush Cleaners Containing TSP, Rust Removers, Cleaners Containing Ammonia, Chlorine Bleach, Expired Medical Prescriptions, Rubbing Alcohol, Cosmetics, Nail Polish Remover, Tub/Tile and Shower Cleaners, Disinfectants. Small quantities may be flushed down the drain with lots of water.

Oven Cleaner, Drain Openers, Toilet Bowl Cleaners Containing Sodium Hydroxide or Lye.
If connected to a municipal sewage system, flush down the drain with lots of water. Rinse the empty container before placing in the trash and be careful not to get the rinse water on your hands.

Hearing Aid Batteries
These often contain mercury or silver. After a number have accumulated, drop them off at a hospital or a hearing aid center for recycling.

Ammunition or Explosives
Deliver to your local police or fire station or county sheriff's department.

Auto Body Filler, Ceramic Glaze, Fiberglass and Epoxy Resins, Shoe and Nail Polish.
These may be solidified and placed in the trash.


Public recycling center near Racine Wisconsin
The City of Racine WI

The City of Racine Department of Public Works · (262) 636-9126
730 Washington Avenue · Racine, WI 53403   Rent a dumpster for Racine.

Head west on 4th St toward Wisconsin Ave
Continue onto Water St
Continue straight onto Park Ave
Turn right onto 6th St
At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit
Continue onto Washington Ave

YARD WASTE

Yard waste includes leaves, brush, branches and grass clippings.  Residents are encouraged to leave grass clippings on their lawns. Yard waste must be kept out of refuse. The yard waste drop-off site is located behind the Safety Building at 6900 Nicholson Road.  This site is seasonal.  Please call the Village hall for days and hours.  Tree branches are to be cut to a maximum diameter of 20" and a maximum length of 6'. This site is open for Caledonia residents only.

PLEASE NOTE! NO CONTRACTORS!

ONLY YARD WASTE IS ACCEPTED AT THE DROP-OFF SITE!  

WASTE OIL & OIL FILTERS

Waste oil may be taken to the Village's waste oil drop-off site located directly behind the Safety Building at 6900 Nicholson Road.  Pick up the key for the site at the Police Dispatch window.  A driver's license or other appropriate identification is required.  You will not be allowed to drop off waste oil after 5:00 p.m. (during winter 4:00 p.m.). ***Effective January 1, 2011, oil filters will not be allowed in the landfill. They can be disposed in the dumpster labeled for oil filters at the waste oil drop site.

BATTERIES AND TIRES

Lead acid batteries and tires should be taken to those businesses that sell batteries and tires.

PAINT CANS

Paint cans with paint still in them should have the lids removed and allowed to stand until all contents become hard.  Add cat litter or sand to paint inside plastic bag-lined box in order to solidify the paint.  The cans may then be placed in the normal refuse after drying.

 
River Hills - dump garbage recycle waste 
 The Village of River Hills WI

The Village of River Hills Department of Public Works at 352-0080

ALUMINUM OR BI-METAL CANS
All beverage cans, fanned containers (pet food, pie pans, frozen dinner trays).

Special Instructions: Rinse or wipe clean.

Cookware, furniture, storm doors or windows, etc. are not accepted. Aluminum siding, tubing and scrap are not accepted and can be taken to a local scrap dealer or discarded with household trash.

GLASS CONTAINERS
All battles and jars. All colors (clear, green, brown, blue).

Special Instructions: Remove and discard lids. Labels need not be removed. Rinse thoroughly.

Ceramics, pottery, window or drinking glass, eye glasses, vases, mirrors, light bulbs, crystal, marbles, TV tubes and Pyrex are not accepted.


PLASTIC CONTAINERS
Plastic bottles coded #1 through #6 containing products for general home use (milk jugs, soda or laundry detergent bottles, etc.). All colors and sizes. Check bottom of bottle for code.

Special Instructions: Remove and discard lids. Labels need not be removed. Rinse thoroughly.

Automotive product containers (motor oil), containers from pesticides, chemicals, uncoded items, lids, combination plastic/metal cans are not accepted.


STEEL / TIN CANS
All "tin" cans, steel beverage cans, fanned containers (pie pans, cookie sheets, mixing bowls).

Special Instructions: Rinse thoroughly. It is not necessary to flatten cans.

Aerosol or paint cans, teflon coated items, or other metal pieces, hangers, scrap wire, pots and pans, etc. are not accepted.


OTHER MATERIALS - BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
Lead acid auto and commercial batteries, used motor oil, anti-freeze, tires, appliances or white goods, building materials or contractor debris and yard waste are not included in our recycling or regular collection service.

THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW MUST BE BUNDLED OR PLACED IN SEPARATE BROWN PAPER BAGS BY CATEGORY.

NEWSPAPERS, JUNK MAIL, HOUSEHOLD PAPER, PAPER BAGS
All sections of the newspaper, junk mail, household paper including office, stationery paper of any color and computer print-outs, kraft paper bags and kraft wrapping paper, and department store bags (any color).

Special Instructions: Bag together in brown bags or bundle.

Cellophane window envelopes, school construction paper, paper towels, tissues, gift wrap, strings, rubber bands, or plastic delivery bags are not accepted.

CARDBOARD AND CHIPBOARD
Cardboard -- all colors. Discard all packing materials. Flatten all boxes. Cut into pieces no more than 2' x 3' in size. Pieces must be tied with twine or bagged. Tape, staples, and labels do not need to be removed.

Chipboard -- all "dry" chipboard. Chipboard means all thin-walled paper containers used for packaging. Examples are cereal, tissue, shoe, pasta, cookie and gift boxes. In general, recyclable chipboard has a brown or gray interior finish, and food usually does not come into direct contact with the box. Remove and throw away all liner bags and miscellaneous paper, residual product and flatten all boxes. Large cardboard and chipboard must be torn or cut down to pieces no larger than 2' x 3'.

Special Instructions: Bag both cardboard and chipboard together in brown bags.

Waxed lined cardboard, "wet strength chipboard, or boxes contaminated with grease or food are not accepted. These are generally containers designed for the refrigerator or freezer with a plastic or waxy finish. Examples are: ice cream, frozen dinners, or juices, margarine and pizza boxes, 12 & 24-pack beverage boxes, beer and soda carriers, paper milk cartons and juice packs.


MAGAZINES, CATALOGS, PHONE BOOKS
All sizes of glossy paper and all telephone directories.

Special Instructions: Bag together in brown bags.

Hardbound books are not accepted.


Saukville - drop off recyclables
The Village of Saukille WI

The Village of Saukville 262/284-9423

Effective September 2010, electronic devices cannot be disposed of in your household trash cart.  These devices include, but are not limited to:

Computers, monitors, printers, and peripherals
Televisions and video screens
Fax machines and photocopiers
VCR and DVD players
Telephones with video displays
The nearest collection center for disposal of these items is:

 Technical Solutions, LLC
 1275 Mineral Springs Drive, Port Washington
 Hours:  Mondays - 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.          

There will be a fee charged for disposal.

All recyclable materials (paper, plastic, glass, metal) can be placed in the same recycle cart; there is no need to separate.  Residents are urged not to place trash loosely in trash carts as this will lead to odor and pest problems as well as blowing materials when the carts are emptied.  Any trash or recyclable materials placed curbside in any container other than the carts will not be collected. 

Large item pick-up service has not changed.  To dispose of large items, such as furniture, mattresses, and appliances, you still need to arrange for special pick-up or you can take items to  803 N. River Road,  West Bend.  There is a fee for large item disposal.    Residents generating large amounts of refuse should also arrange for special pick-up in advance before placing trash curbside, or arrange for dumpster service. 

Please note, due to changing financial circumstances and budgetary constraints, the Village Board has determined that it is necessary to charge a separate fee to one, two, and three-family residential properties for the cost of garbage and recycling collection.  This charge is included as a separate line item on the tax bill.  The charge is for your next year's garbage and recycling collection.


Shorewood - how do I recycle waste 
The Village of Shorewood WI

The Village of Shorewood 414 847 2650
Shorewood Transfer Station Information
The Village of Whitefish Bay and the Village of Shorewood negotiated an agreement to allow Whitefish Bay residents to dispose of refuse and yard waste items at the Shorewood Transfer Station.  Residents can dispose of items at the place, fee, and times listed below:

Transfer Station Location: 3801 North Morris Boulevard Shorewood, WI 53211 look for the Shorewood DPW sign (about 2 blocks south of Capitol Drive)

Directions from Shorewood Public Library
Head south on N Murray Ave toward E Shorewood Blvd
Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto E Beverly Rd
Turn right onto N Morris BlvdWho Can Dump: Whitefish Bay residents with appropriate ID (driver's license)
When Is It Open: April through November - the first and third Saturdays of the month, and December through March - only the first Saturday of the month.
Hours: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Fees
Cars or Minivan - $10 per vehicle
Pickup Truck, Van, SUV, or Minivan with seats removed - $15 per vehicle
Trailers - additional $5.00 per load
Moving Truck/Van - $75 per load
Tires - $4.00 each
Appliances - $20.00
No multi-axle vehicles, construction or demolition debris will be accepted.

Items That Will Not Be Accepted:

Hazardous Waste
Paint, Paint Thinners
Chemicals
Asbestos Tile
Antifreeze
Refrigerants
Recyclable Material: Whitefish Bay residents will not be allowed to dispose of recycling items normally picked up by the Village.



Slinger - Public dump garbage recycle waste 
The Village of Slinger WI

The Village of Slinger  262-644-5265
Recycling Requirement
Recycling collection in the Village will continue to be every other week. The collection will continue under the current system with VEOLIA providing the service, every other Tuesday. Residents are required to place recycling bags curbside no earlier than 24 hours prior to collection & no later than 7 a.m. on collection days. If no curb exists, or if you live in a condominium, multi-family unit, or operate a commercial business, place bags at the end of your driveway. Please place bags approximately 2ft. from trash carts.Recycling will be collected on the following dates: Please Note that * represents Wednesday Pickups for recycling - This canhappen when a holiday falls on a Monday

Wisconsin State Law requires the Village to recycle 25% of the waste stream. Over the past several years the Village has had difficulty reaching the 25% State imposed recycling threshold. In the Event that the Village fails to meet the 25% threshold two (2) consecutive years, the State will require the Village to implement a volume-based fee system (per bag charge). The Village Board looked at a similar option in 1996, however, based on public concern, the plan was scrapped, and the current system maintained.

 
Public dump off center in South Milwaukee
The City of South Milwaukee WI

The City of South Milwaukee  414-762-2222

South Milwaukee Self Deposit Station 
1106 Blake Avenue South Milwaukee, WI 53172

Directions from South Milwaukee Public Library
Head south on 10th Ave toward Monroe Ave
Turn right onto Marquette Ave
Turn left onto S Chicago Ave
Turn left onto Blake Ave

RECYCLE CENTER REGULATIONS.   Regulation as to the self deposit of garbage and refuse in the City of South Milwaukee Recycle Center.

 (1) DEFINITIONS.  The following words, when used in these regulations shall have the meanings respectively ascribed to them:

   (a) Refuse - Refuse shall mean garbage, rubbish or both.  Refuse does not include yard waste, liquids or recyclables as 
   described in Section 26.11.

   (b) Garbage - Garbage includes all refuse accumulations of animal, fruit or vegetable matter that attend the preparation use, 
   cooking, dealing in or storage of meat, fish, fowl, fruits or vegetables, and containers originally used for foodstuffs.  Liquids 
   are not garbage.

   (c) Rubbish - Rubbish includes all other refuse except, but not limited to, rocks, concrete, bricks, wood and lumber, trees, 
   plaster, dirt, and other solid material similar to those described herein.  Yard waste is not rubbish.

   (d) Street Superintendent - The Street Superintendent or his designated representative.

   (e) Yard Waste - Yard waste as used herein means those materials defined in Wisconsin Statutes 159.07 and includes leaves,
   grass clippings, yard and garden debris and brush including clean woody vegetative material no greater than six inches in 
   diameter. 

   (f) Liquids - No liquids may be disposed of at the Recycle Center except those the Street Superintendent is able to recycle 
   and then only in those receptacles which the Director designated for collection of such liquids.

(2)  GARBAGE TO BE DEPOSITED IN CONTAINERS OR ASSEMBLED FOR COLLECTION. 
    (a) Garbage and refuse shall be assembled and stored for disposal in the Recycle Center in accordance with the provisions of 
   rules promulgated by the City Administer.

(3)  MATERIALS DEPOSITED IN RECYCLE CENTER COMPACTOR.  Refuse may be deposited directly into the Recycle Center Compactor.  No liquids of any kind may be deposited in the compactor.  Human waste, animal waste, ashes, sawdust or other potentially infectious or injury-causing materials shall not be deposited or placed in the compactor unless such material is approved by the Street Superintendent and wrapped in a manner satisfactory to the Street Superintendent or Operator.  Garbage shall be drained of all moisture and completely wrapped in paper before it is placed or deposited in the compactor.

   (b) No yard waste, including grass clippings and leaves, shall be deposited at the Recycle Center Compactor except as
   allowed by the Street Superintendent.

   (c) Any garbage, rubbish or material of any kind generated by, originated from or collected by any non-residential facility or 
   premises as defined in Sec. 26.10(12) shall not be deposited or accepted at the Recycle Center.

(4) SELF DEPOSIT OF GARBAGE AND RUBBISH IN THE RECYCLE CENTER. 
   (a) Time of Deposit.  Hours of operation of the self Deposit Station shall be determined by the Street Superintendent based on usage and budgetary needs.

(5) SELF DEPOSIT OF METALS AND OTHER MATERIALS.
   (a) Shall be deposited in a manner and location directed by the Recycle Center Operator.

   (b) The City will not accept or allow deposit of waste materials by private contractors or accept materials which are a result of 
   work done by a private contractor even though a building or demolition permit was issued to the owner of said premises. 
   Whenever a private contractor performs work on private premises from which waste material results, the owner or contractor 
   shall be responsible for its disposal.

   (c) Material originated from a property or building not within the city limits of the City of South Milwaukee shall not be 
   deposited at the Recycle Center or at the curb for pick-up.

 
St Francis public drop off center

The City of St Francis WI

The City of St Fransis -  General Info 414-481-2300 

2125 East Bolivar Ave. St.Francis, WI 53235

Directions from Tippecanoe Library
Head north on S Howell Ave toward W Howard Ave
Turn right at the 1st cross street onto E Howard Ave
Turn right onto S Whitnall Ave
Turn left onto S Clement Ave
Turn right onto E Bolivar Ave

 

Sussex - recycle and disposal Location
The Village of Sussex WI 

The Village of Sussex - 262-246-5200
The Public Works Committee has the duty, under the direction of the Village Board, to superintend the construction and maintenance of streets, alleys, sidewalks, gutters, storm sewers, and other public works projects.

The Committee reviews and makes recommendations to the Village Board on all transportation related topics including bus service, taxis, bicycles and all forms of public and/or mass transit service, amendments or other revisions of the official map of the Village, and the general operation of all municipal utilities.


Find a drop off location in Theinsville WI
The Village of Thiensville WI

Thiensville / Mequon  - 262 242-3100

The City has a self-service drop-off site behind the Police Department and maintenance facility at 6300 W Mequon Road Mequon, WI 53092 


How do my garbage/recycle goods get picked up?
Theinsville / Mequon residents are required to contract privately with a licensed hauler for refuse and recycle pickup.

Directions from Mequon City Hall
Head west toward W Mequon Rd
Turn right onto W Mequon Rd

Does the city pick up brush and tree limbs from my home?
As of January 1, 2004 the City of Mequon will no longer provide roadside brush pickup due to budget considerations.  Please check your local yellow pages for a list of providers under "Landscape Services" or "Tree Services". The City cannot recommend a provider.

What must I do with grass clippings, leaves and similar yard waste?
The State does not allow these items in landfills therefore your refuse hauler cannot take them. You may either have a private landscape contractor handle your needs or take yard waste to the City recycling site on Bonniwell Road (between Green Bay Road and Cedarburg Road) yourself. A $20.00 annual permit is required.   The site is open Wednesdays, 7:30 am to 7:00 pm April thru August, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm September thru November, and Saturdays, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm The permit and rules are available at the Finance Department at City Hall.

 
Wales Wisconsin dump location
The Village of Wales WI

Wales / Waukesha    Wales Public works 262-968-3968


RECYCLING AND RUBBISH DROP-OFF CENTER

Located next to 900 Sentry Drive, Waukesha, WI 53186

The site is open all year on Saturdays from 8 am to 4 pm. Wednesday hours: First Wednesday in April to the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Hours are 11 am to 7 pm.

Fees are in effect to dispose of trash, branches, yard waste, paint and metal at the City of Waukesha Sentry Drive Drop-off Center.  The price for an annual pass is $20.  A 12 visit non-expiring pass costs $13.  A single visit costs $3.  There is no charge for a person 62 years of age or older.  There is no charge for recyclables: plastic bottles, glass, tin, aluminum, newspaper, magazines, mail, cardboard, computers, waste oil, antifreeze & textiles.  Purchase annual or 12 visit passes at the City Hall Annex, 130 Delafield St., or on-site.

 
The Village of waterford wi recycling center
The Village of Waterford WI 

The Village of Waterford - 262-534-3801

DROP-OFF SITE: 801 Ela Ave. Waterford, WI 53185 in the Industrial Park off S. Jefferson St.

Head north on N River St toward Racine St
N River St turns left and becomes Racine St
Turn left onto S Jefferson St/Riverside Dr
Turn right onto Ela Ave

Permit Required for Village of Waterford Drop Site

The Village Drop Site is located at 801 Ela Avenue in the Industrial Park.  This location is for yard waste only.  It is open from April - November; alternating Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 8:00 a.m. to Noon.   These dates are indicated with a leaf symbol, on the collection schedule on the reverse side of this sheet.  A Permit is required to use the drop site at an annual fee of $20.00. Please bring proof of residency to pick up your permit at the Village Hall 123 N. River Street, M-F from 8:00 am- 5:00 pm.  Fee for replacement permits is $20.00.  Bags containing yard waste will NOT BE returned.
 
Duties  Disposal of appliances

For disposal of refrigerators, freezers, dehumidfiers, air conditioners, stoves, microwaves, water heaters, water coolers, water softners and trash compactors call Refrigerant Recovery, Inc at 414-643-7740. 

Outside pick ups - $25.00 for the first appliance and $10.00 for each additional appliance.

Inside pick ups- $125.00 for the first appliance and $45.00 for each additional appliance.

Customers need not be home for outside pick ups.  Simply leave the unit outside near the garage.

Appliances can also be dropped off at RRI for $10.00 per unit.

1125 W. National Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53204


Waukesha recycling drop off center
The City of Waukesha WI 

The City of Waukesha - 262 524 3600


RECYCLING AND RUBBISH DROP-OFF CENTER

Located next to 900 Sentry Drive

The site is open all year on Saturdays from 8 am to 4 pm. Wednesday hours: First Wednesday in April to the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Hours are 11 am to 7 pm.

Fees are in effect to dispose of trash, branches, yard waste, paint and metal at the City of Waukesha Sentry Drive Drop-off Center.  The price for an annual pass is $20.  A 12 visit non-expiring pass costs $13.  A single visit costs $3.  There is no charge for a person 62 years of age or older.  There is no charge for recyclables: plastic bottles, glass, tin, aluminum, newspaper, magazines, mail, cardboard, computers, waste oil, antifreeze & textiles.  Purchase annual or 12 visit passes at the City Hall Annex, 130 Delafield St., or on-site.

Fees at the Drop Off Center

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FOR RESIDENTS, NON-RESIDENTS, AND BUSINESSES:


Drop off center near Wauwatosa
 The City of Wauwatosa WI

The City of Wauwatosa - Public Works (414) 471-8422.

The Drop-off Center is located at 11100 W. Walnut Rd Wauwatosa, WI 53226 Enter Walnut Rd. off of N. 116th St.

Directions from Police Department
Head north on N 116th St toward W Woodland Ave
Turn right onto W North Ave
Turn right onto N Mayfair Rd
Turn right onto W Walnut Rd

Hours of Operation
The Drop-Off Center is open Tuesday through Saturday 7:30 am until 4:30 pm, while the Department of Public Works office is open Monday through Friday 7:30 am until 4:30 pm. Deliveries of goods purchased by the City are accepted Monday through Friday, 7:00 am until 3:30 pm. The office is closed Sundays and holidays, and the Drop-Off Center is closed Sundays, Mondays, and holidays.

The Drop-off Center will have extended hours for the Summer of 2010 In an effort to provide expanded service, from Thursday June 2nd through Thursday September 9th, the Drop-off Center will be open on Thursday evenings until 7:00 p.m.

Drop-Off Center Permit Tags
Use of the Drop-Off Center requires a $20.00 annual permit for a city resident or business vehicle.
Normal fees for materials dropped off by residents or businesses also apply.
One permit covers one household.
The permit tag is not transferable or prorated by the date of purchase.
Random checks to see that a patron's driver's license matches the address on the permit will be performed.

How To Purchase A Permit Tag
Permit tags may be purchased in person during normal business hours at the following locations.
City of Wauwatosa
Treasurer's Office
7725 W. North Ave.
Wauwatosa, WI  53213 Department of Public Works
Operations Division
11100 W. Walnut Rd.
Wauwatosa, WI  53226

Permit tags may also be purchased by mail. Include your return address on a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a check or money order for $20.00 made payable to the City of Wauwatosa. Mail these items to:

Wauwatosa Engineering Division
7725 W. North Ave.
Wauwatosa, WI 53213

Drop-Off Items
Drop-Off Items Included with Permit
Small amounts of residential clean fill (bricks, dirt, sod, concrete, sand, stone, etc.)
 
Residential garbage, including bulky furniture and carpeting
 
Recyclable items, excluding appliances and tires
 
Residential yard waste, including brush, branches, leaves, and logs 

 

West Allis - drop off center
The City of West Allis WI 

The City of West Allis  (414) 302-8888
Municipal Yard Drop-Off Site
6300 West Mc Geoch Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53219

Directions From West Allis Police Department
Head south toward Floyd Andrich Dr
Turn right onto Floyd Andrich Dr
Turn right at the 1st cross street onto W Lincoln Ave
Turn left onto W National Ave
Slight right onto W Becher St
Turn right onto W Mc Geoch Ave

City of West Allis Public Works Department Refuse Collection Guidelines
Refuse and Recycling Self-Help Drop-Off Sites
Municipal Yard

The Municipal Yard Self-Help Drop-Off Site will be closed on these dates in 2011: January 1 and 3,
May 28 and 30, July 2 and 4, September 3 and 5, November 24 and 25, December 23, 24, 26 and 31.
The Municipal Yard Self-Help Drop-Off Site will also be closed January 2, 2012.
Morgan Avenue
The Morgan Avenue Self-Help Drop-Off Site is open from May 31 - October 14, 2011.

The Morgan Avenue Self-Help Drop-Off Site will be closed on these dates in 2011: July 2 and 4,
September 3 and 5, and October 15 through December 31. The site will also be closed from January 1,
2012 through May 28, 2012.


West Bend Wisconsin drop off yard
The City of West Bend WI 

The City of West Bend   262-335-5079,
The Sanitation Division collects refuse weekly for single unit to four unit dwellings and condominiums.
   
GENERAL

Refuse must be placed at the curb or alley line by 7:00 a.m. to ensure weekly pickup. Please Note: Refuse may not be placed at the curb or alley line more than 12 hours prior to collection and containers must be removed within 12 hours after collection.
 
Refuse must be drained and wrapped. Disposable diapers, animal waste, sawdust, kitty litter and ashes must be placed in plastic bags and securely tied prior to placement in garbage cans. Refuse strewn by animals or vandals prior to collection is the responsibility of the occupant or property owner.


December through February-second and last Saturday of the month - 8am -1:30pm
We will only have personnel to load Wood Chips weekdays 7am - 2pm.

Curbside Collection of Brush:

The Department of Public Works picks up brush on the second and last Fridays of the month, from April thru October.   The last brush collection for 2011 will be October 28th.


How do I recycle in West Milwaukee WI 
The Village of West Milwaukee WI 

The Village of West Milwaukee 414-645-6238   

Special garbage pick-ups are the second Monday of every month only.
These would include items to large for normal collections or debris that would take an
extended period of time to collect. Please remember the following rules apply:
Items are to be placed at the edge of the alley right of way or between the curb and sidewalk if
you do not have alley pick-up. Items are not to be placed for collection more than 24 hours in
advance of the special collection day. The Village will not collect tires, batteries or household
hazardous waste or accept these items at the recycling drop-off site.


There is a $35.00 charge for the collection of appliances - $35.00 per appliance.
Residential pickups only (4 Family and under) only if they use the Village for their pickup
already. If they are a 4 -family or any other property that hires a private company, we will not
do special pickups.


We will not do special pickups for commercial properties or any properties that use a private
company for garbage pickup.
Special garbage pick-ups are the second Monday of every month only.
Special pick-up - heavy or large amounts of trash. This should take two men 15 minutes or
less and only have one truck. If it takes longer or requires an extra truck, you will be charged
accordingly.


If you would like a special pick-up on any other day, you must pay $35.00 at the Clerk's
Department.


Whitfish Bay - Electronics and trash recycling
The Village of Whitefish Bay WI 

The Village of Whitfish Bay  (414) 962-6690
Contact for recycling trash waste and garbage. 

Public Works
The Public Works/Engineering Department serves the residents for the Village of Whitefish Bay in many different ways.  Public Works provides for many different services that directly impact all residents like refuse and recycling pick up, water and sewer line maintenance, street and sidewalk maintenance, or parks and forestry development.  Public Works provides many of the core services that are most noticeable and necessary to the public.


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