Waste Pickup

WASTE PICK UP

1. WEEKLY WASTE AND RECYCLEABLES:

To look up what day your weekly waste and blue bin will be picked up click HERE.

Syracuse Haulers handles all weekly trash & recyclable pick-up and removal for all residential and commercial properties within the Village.  Any concerns relating to trash pick-up/removal should be made directly to Syracuse Haulers by calling 426-6771.

Blue bins for recyclables can be obtained by calling the D.P.W. at 458-0790 or call the Village Clerk at 458-0900.  We will need your name, address, and the number of Blue Bins requested.  They are usually delivered on Fridays.

Unsure what goes into the blue bins?  Visit  http://ocrra.org/how-do-i/recycle/recycle-at-home  where all your recycling questions will be answered.

 2. BULK WASTE PICK UP:  

2014 Bulk Waste Schedule 

Click 2014 schedule brush pickup  for a printable copy of the Bulk Waste and Brush schedule. 

Call 458-0790 to schedule a pickup. Your Bulk Waste will be picked up on Mondays during the following schedule (weather permitting).

Please put all Bulk Waste to the curb the Sunday before the pickup

January

February

March

April

May

June

6th

3rd

3rd

7th

5th

2nd

 

 

 

 

 

 

July

August

September

October

November

December

7th

4th

2nd

6th

3rd

1st

Residents will be allowed to put out up to 10 items each calendar year.

This is not an all inclusive list. Call 458-0790 with any questions or to schedule your pickup.

Kitchen chair Recliners Tables Computer Chairs
 Stuffed chair Carpet Furniture Dressers
Washers/Dryers Bikes Toilets Day Bed
WaterHeaters Toys Appliances Sofa/Couch

 Waste motor oil, car batteries, tires, asbestos products, paint cans with wet paint in them, Propane or fuel tanks, Construction debris or anything with Freon in them cannot be accepted. Homeowners are responsible for the proper disposal of those items.

  • Paint cans can be dried quicker by adding cat litter to the paint.

3.  BRUSH WASTE

2014 Brush Pickup

Please put all Brush to the curb the Sunday before the pick-up

January

February

March

April

May

June

Christmas Tree Pick up

No pickup

Week of the 24th

Weeks of the 14th &  28th    

Weeks of the 12th & 26th

Weeks of the 9th  & 23rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

July

August

September

October

November

December

Weeks of the 14th & 28th

Weeks of the 11th & 25th

Weeks of the 8th & 22nd

Week of the 13th

No Pickup

No Pickup

Please call 458-0790 to schedule a pickup.

  • Place piles next to the road and not in the roadway or under overhead wires.
  • Brush and Grass clippings are not to be placed in the roadway at any time.
  • Grass clippings MUST be in paper bags (NO PLASTIC BAGS) and placed to the curb on Sunday during the brush pickup schedule to be picked up. Grass clippings not bagged after July 1st 2009 will not be picked up,  and a letter of violation will be sent.
  • Residents can and are encouraged to put their small piles of brush and yard waste in paper bags also. This is to facilitate a cleaner and faster pickup.
  • D.P.W. employees picked up over 1300 Cubic Yards of brush last year.

4. ELECTRONICS (E-Waste)

All E-waste will be collected the same weeks as Bulk Waste and it’s as convenient as calling the D.P.W. at 458-0790 

Under a new State Law Electronic Waste (“E-Waste”) Recycling can help rid your home or office of MORE than just old televisions.  The list includes computers, monitors, mice, keyboards, DVD players, VCR’s, fax machines, printers and more.  Another good thing, 

To print an information page:Electronic Recycling Information

5.  Fall Leaf Pickup

     ·     D.P.W. employees pick up on average (575 yards) of both loose and bagged leaves annually.

     ·     D.P.W. crews pickup leaves until snow covers the piles or the leaves are gone.

     ·     Please put small piles of leaves in paper bags.

     ·     Leaves in plastic bags will not be accepted.

Tips from OCRRA: www.ocrra.org

Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency (OCRRA) Recommends leaving grass clippings on the lawn! Grass clippings are 80 to 85 percent water. If you mow your lawn once a week, the clippings will filter down and decompose within 7-10 days. Also reduces the amount of fertilizer you need by 25 -30% by returning nutrients to soil. Use as mulch, place up to one inch thick around the base of shrubs. The mulch will prevent water loss and eventually decompose. Compost them. Mix with leaves, wood chips or garden materials.