The Fuel Component part of your invoice is the component of your service that is related to the cost of diesel fuel and is a component of the overall cost of your collection service. The Fuel Component portion of your invoice changes when the cost of diesel fuel reaches certain price
Although not a requirement, we do recommended that customers bag garbage for sanitary reasons and to reduce the chance of items blowing away during the collection process.
Your cart should be placed at the end of your driveway or at the alley line. Please place carts within three feet behind the curb/roadside, away from poles, mailboxes, vehicles, etc. with the lid opening facing the street.
If you are gone for at least two months within a calendar year you can get on our seasonal rate. While the rate is a little higher you are only charged for the time you are here.
If you are gone for at least two consecutive collection days and pre-arrange no pickup needed with our office we credit your account for those weeks.
You can call our office to make a payment over the phone - however there is an extra cost of $3.29. A better option may be going on our website; Online Payments and you can make the same payment with no additional charge. You will need account number and password (password is
No. plastic flower pots and landscape edging are not accepted in our recycling program. These items are made from a plastic material that is not currently being recycled. The plastic flower pots and landscape edging often have dirt on them that can contaminate the recycling material. These items should be disposed of
No. Styrofoam and/or plastic bags are not accepted in our recycling program. These items should be bagged and placed in your cart so they do not blow way during the collection process.
Minnesota Statute 115A.93 states, a licensing authority shall prohibit mixed municipal solid waste collectors from imposing a greater charge on residents who recycle than on residents who do not recycle. Therefore, there is not an additional charge for residential recycling in the areas that we provide recycling service. What the State does
Our commercial drivers start around 3am in order to get into the accounts that will be blocked by cars once people start getting to work. Our residential drivers begin their routes at 5:30 am (even earlier on holiday weeks when dump times are reduced). Collection times will vary during the year