Trash / Recycle & Bagged Yard Waste Schedule
Reminder of the summer trash and recycling schedule and procedures
Storage receptacles, trash cans should be watertight with a tight-fitting lid to prevent animal access. Remember to put trash and recycle out the night before to avoid being missed. If you have any questions, call Fran at 410-257-2230.
Printable Trash / Recycling Schedule for March 2016 -- click here
Printable Trash / Recycling Schedule for April 2016 -- click here
Printable Trash / Recycling Schedule for May 2016 -- click here
Printable Trash / Recycling Schedule for June 2016 -- click here
Trash and Recycle Schedule effective July 1, 2014
Monday - trash north part of town once a week (all year)
Tuesday - trash south part of town once a week ( all year)
Wednesday - bagged yard waste (every other week, April through November)
Thursday - recycle the north part of town every other week and from Memorial Day through Labor Day once a week
Friday - recycle the south part of town every other week and from Memorial Day through Labor Day once a week
Attn: Chesapeake Village Residents -- your trash collection day is Monday and your recycle collection day is Thursday.
NOTE: "North Trash" Collection Dates shown in the Newsletter for Thursdays after Labor Day are for community dumpsters only.
For more information on the Town's Recycling Program, click here
For more information on Bulk Trash & Yard Debris, click here
For more information on Household Hazardous Waste, click here
Reminder on Requirement for Trash Receptacles: According to Town Ordinance 200.3 (9) in part -- "No garbage, trash, or debris shall be placed out for collection except in proper storage receptacles. Where collection is from a sidewalk or alley, receptacles shall be placed out no earlier than the evening preceding the day of collection... Receptacles placed on a sidewalk or alley shall be promptly returned to the premises after collection... Storage receptacles shall be made of a durable material and shall be watertight with tight-fitting covers to control odor and prevent animal access."
Disposal of Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFLs) -- These long-lived, energy efficient light bulbs are being used more and more in our homes and businesses. One of the few disadvantages of CFLs is that they contain small amounts of mercury, an element known to be harmful to human health and the environment. If you break a CFL, place all the cleaned-up material in a sealed plastic bag and either put it into an outside trash container for the next normal trash collection or, if convenient, take it to the Mt. Hope Community (Recycling) Center (104 Pushaw Station Rd.,Sunderland, MD) where they accept CFLS year round.
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