TRASH: Trash days are Mondays and Fridays. Trash should be placed at the curb after dusk the night before pick-up in securely tied, heavy-duty plastic bags (not in cans). If trash is placed out any earlier, you are in violation of the Rules and Regulations. When a major holiday (New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving & Christmas) falls on one of our scheduled pick up days (Monday or Friday), the trash will be picked up the following day (Tuesday or Saturday).
RECYCLING: Single-Stream Recycling is available at the maintenance shed (intersection of Queens Landing Drive and Queen Anne Way)
All of your recyclables can be placed together in the same container!
- Newspapers (including all inserts), Magazines and catalogs and Junk mail. Cardboard and paperboard boxes (including cereal boxes without liners). Cardboard boxes should be emptied and crushed.
- Computer printouts, Office paper (including typing, fax, copy, letterhead, NCR) and envelopes. Books (including paperbacks, textbooks, hardbacks and telephone books)
- Brown paper bags (kraft)
- Glass food and beverage containers such as jars and bottles. Ferrous and bimetal food and beverage containers.
- Non-metallic wrapping paper
- Aluminum food and beverage containers, aluminum foil and aluminum pie pans.
- Narrow-neck plastic containers (other than for motor oil) carry plastic resin identification code 1 through 7.
- Wide-mouth containers such as peanut butter, margarine/butter tubs, yogurt, cottage cheese, yogurt, sour cream, mayonnaise, whipped topping, peanut butter, and prescription bottles. Aseptic/gable-top milk and juice cartons.
- Aerosol Cans.
Short List of Materials NOT ACCEPTED
- NO NON-RECYCLABLE HOUSEHOLD TRASH
- NO PLASTIC BAGS. Recyclables cannot be deposited in plastic trash or grocery bags. Plastic bags are not currently not accepted by our Recycling Provider.
- Wax coated paper or cardboard.
- Any material with substantial food debris
(small trace amounts of food residue is ok).
- Batteries of any kind.
- Styrofoam of any kind.
- Light bulbs of any kind.
- Mirrors, window or auto glass, porcelain, ceramics, glass cookware/bake ware, microwave oven trays, drinking glasses, perfume/cologne bottles.
- Wood or Yard Waste. Wire coat hangers.
- Household items such as toasters, cookware, bakeware, electronics,
- Hazardous or toxic substances.
- Items containing or having debris and residue containing hazardous or toxic substances such as paint cans with wet paint, motor oil containers, gasoline cans, glue, petroleum products, etc.