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LEARN HOW TO GO GREEN

How to set out your garage cart, recycling cart, yard waste and trash

What goes on the curb, and what does not

GARBAGE CART-BAGGED

Household garbage, including food waste and trash

RECYCLING CART

Cardboard & paper bags, telephone books, plastic jugs #1-2, newspaper, steel & tin cans, magazines & catalogs, junk mail & office paper, household plastics #3-7

BAGGED LEAVES & GRASS

Do not mix with bulky trash. If it is placed in bags it will be serviced on your regular trash service day. Place next to your garbage can.

BULKY TRASH

Items that are too bulky/heavy to fit in the garbage can: examples include automobile parts, furniture, camper tops, seats, etc.

WHITE GOODS

Large electrical goods used domestically, such as refrigerators and washing machines, typically white in color.

NO HAZARDOUS WASTE ALLOWED

No household hazardous waste are allowed in the cart or curbside (electronics, chemicals, paint, batteries).

NO CONTRACTOR’S TRASH

Large trees and woody waste placed at the curb by a tree service or contractor will not be picked up by Pelican Waste. It is the responsibility of the tree service to haul away the cut trees and limbs. If the contractor refuses or fails to do so, the homeowner muct haul away the material.

All carts are the property of Pelican Waste & Debris

Each cart has a number stamped on it which is assigned to a specific house address. Please keep track of this number. It will be required when reporting a stolen or damaged cart.

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