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For those of you concerned about the cleanliness and/or spread of the coronavirus,  residents can use a clorox solution or any other disinfectant on the cans or bins. This will be at the discretion and responsibilty of the homeowner if you choose to clean your can.

There is no possible way we can clean the cans after each pick up but understand this may be a concern for some homeowners.

We recommend washing hands before and after contact with the trash can/recycle bins as the CDC has advised or wear gloves.

Understand we are not asking individuals to clean the cans but are letting everyone know you may do so if you have concerns about these items being cleaned.

Our guys are provided with gloves along with hand sanitizer and would not be working if they are sick with this or any other virus or flu.

We ask that during this time all trash to be put in bags and all bags placed in the can for removal.

Here is a website for further hand washing details
https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/when-how-handwashing.html
 

Effective July 1, 2019 there will be a rate increase due to the rising cost for operation and for the landfill unloading fees and the fees for the unloading of the recycling. You may email us if you have any additional questions and thank you in advance.

Effective 2-14-18 if you choose to your your own items such as cans and bins we can not be held responsible for damages to items other than what is provided from First Choice Disposal.

Residential recycle collection available in select areas to current First Choice Disposal customers with same day collection for both trash and recycle.

Special bulky item pick up such as furniture, appliances and larger items. Must call for further information and removal rates.

No whole or partial animal remains are allowed in the trash or recycle.

Christmas Tree collections are offered in January.

 As a reminder the trash should be placed out on one side of the driveway and the recycle on the opposite side from the trash by 7:00 am curbside. There are many factors that can alter the time of arrival for services. If you choose to place items out past 7:00 for collection you run the risk of missing the trucks should we arrive earlier.
We have two different trucks collecting these materials and they will have different arrival times. Please leave all items out for collection until each truck has had a chance to collect the route.

Please empty all liquids from jars, bottles or any other container before placing them into the trash or recycle. This will prevent spillage and will be environmentally better for the recycle center and landfill. Thank you in advance for your help in this matter.