Residential

Residential Recycling Service and Garbage Collection in Eugene

Breath a little easier. With our curbside collection services, both you and the environment will breathe a little easier! We’ll stop by your home every week to pick up your trash and recycling. Simply select a roll cart size – 35-, 65- or 95-gallon – and give us a call. Then start relaxing.

If you live in Eugene, we’ll also stop by and empty your 65-gallon yard debris roll cart every other week. If you live outside the city limits, call us to set up a service schedule—or to find out rates. Our trash, recycling and yard debris service rates and availability vary depending on whether you’re a city, county or rural resident, so call us for a quick quote! (541) 607-2042, or email here.

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EASY TRASH PICKUP

Once we’ve dropped off your carts, consult the pickup schedules. Then, place your collection containers at the curb before 6:00 am on your scheduled pickup day and make sure that they are:

– Approximately 10 feet behind vehicles

– No more than 3 feet from the curb or street

– Approximately 5 feet from other objects (mail boxes, poles, other roll carts, etc.)

– Oriented with the handle and wheels facing away from the street

NO CAN DO

Please do not include:

– Hot ashes

– Hazardous wastes and liquids (motor oil, paint, solvents, etc.)

– Concrete, dirt, sod or rocks over 150 pounds

– Large tree limbs or trimmings that prevent the cart lid from closing (put the trimmings and properly sized limbs in your yard debris cart!)

– Furniture, appliances, or other large items

SIMPLER RECYCLING

We’ll collect your recycling on the same day as your garbage pickup and thanks to our innovative new co-mingling service, recycling is even easier for you and better for the environment! Learn how to prepare your glass, cans, paper, etc. You can even use a roll cart for your recycling if you choose.

QUICK YARD DEBRIS REMOVAL

If it grows in your yard…it goes in our cart! Every other week, we’ll haul your yard debris—lawn clippings, leaves, pine needles, brush, tree limbs and trimmings—to a local facility and grind it into compost! The yard debris pickup day will be the same as your regular garbage collection.

All yard debris must not exceed 4 inches in diameter or three feet in length. The cart must weigh less than 120 pounds and the lid must be closed when full.

NO CAN DO

Please do not include:

  • kitchen scraps or pet waste
  • ashes, loose dirt, sod, gravel, rocks, or bricks
  • liquids (motor oil, paint, solvents)
  • logs, trees or trimmings that prevent cart lid from closing
  • lumber, stumps, root wads, or poisonous vegetation
  • plastic bags, metal, rubber objects or garbage

Call (541) 607-2042 for info about disposing of your appliances, auto batteries, tires and metal auto parts. Call the Household Hazardous Waste Program at (541) 682-4120 for ways to dispose of gasoline, oil/gas mixtures, liquid paint, etc or click here for more info.

REUSABLES

Wondering what to do with the extra stuff you no longer need? Pass on your reusables! Check out our Reduce and Reuse Resources.

CAN/CART PLACEMENT

Roll Cart Placement

We appreciate your business! To allow our automated trucks sufficient access to collect your carts on service day, please place your carts for collection according to the following:

  • Place carts at curb by 6:00 AM on service day
  • Place cart 3 feet away from other roll carts, recycle bins & mailboxes as shown above
  • Place cart 10 feet away from parked cars, trees, utility poles & basketball hoops
  • Carts must be no more than 3 feet from curb or street
  • The handle and wheels of the cart must face away from the street

Cart Placement Options

Below are three different options for placing your carts and bin in front of your house on your service day:


OPTION #1

If you have a level grass strip between the street and sidewalk, place your carts and recycle bin on the strip.

Placement A

OPTION #2

If the sidewalk is next to the street, place your carts in the street with the wheels against the curb. Place your recycle bin against the curb also.

OPTION #3
If placing your carts in the street will block a bike lane, you can place your carts and bin in the apron of your driveway.

Also please remember:

  • DO NOT block bike paths with carts or recycle bins
  • Make sure all carts are placed on a level surface for pickup
  • Remove all carts and bin from the curb by midnight on your service day.

PICK-UP SCHEDULE

If you have selected to have service every other week, you will be assigned to either the Blue or Green schedule.

Rule of Thumb – if your pickup day falls on or after one of these holidays; your pickup will be one day later that week, ending with Friday’s pickup being done on Saturday. If a holiday falls on a weekend, service the week following will be on a normal schedule. Make sure your carts are placed out for pickup by 6:00 AM or the night before.

Please check the following list for specific information on the upcoming holidays:

Christmas Day: Sunday, December 25, 2016. This year Christmas Day falls on a weekend. All pickups will be on normal schedule this week.

New Year’s Day: Friday, January 1, 2016. Only Friday pickups will be one day late this week. If your scheduled pick up is Friday, January 1, 2016, your pick up will be done on Saturday, January 2, 2016.

Memorial Day: Monday, May 30, 2016. All pickups will be one day late this week. If your scheduled pick up is Friday, June 3rd, your pick up will be done on Saturday, June 4th.

4th of July: Monday, July 4, 2016. All pickups will be one day late this week. If your scheduled pick up is Friday, July 8th, your pick up will be done on Saturday, July 9th.

Labor Day: Monday, September 5, 2016. All pickups will be one day late this week. If your scheduled pick up is Friday, September 9th, your pick up will be done on Saturday, September 10th.

Thanksgiving Day: Thursday, November 24, 2016. Only Thursday and Friday pickups will be one day late this week. If your scheduled pick up is Friday, November 25th, your pick up will be done on Saturday, November 26th.