Yes, Virginia… there will still be a Spring and Fall City-Wide Clean Up for the City of Butler

The following information is for the customers of County Wide Disposal regarding their trash service. There are new rules and regulations to follow.

In the month of January, residents will receive a tip cart from County Wide Disposal. Once you receive the tip cart, start using it immediately. If you need an extra trash can or a smaller one,  call the County Wide Trash Service office at 660-679-0717.  They will require that trash is bagged and tied. This helps keep their employees safe and helps prevent litter. Trash days will remain the same as they were before.

Household waste– food, food waste, food-contaminated containers or cartons, paper goods, kitchen waste, cardboard, glass, plastic, etc.

Amnesty Day-On the first Tuesday of each month we will hold an amnesty day. On this day, ONE bulk item will be picked up at no additional charge.
Amnesty Day will help with the build-up of these large items and holding onto them until the annual City-Wide Clean Up… and ” Yes” the spring and summer City-Wide will still happen.

Bulk item– Excess household trash, mattresses, box springs, bicycles, large toys, car seats, grills (no propane tanks or hot ashes), furniture fixtures (no fluorescent lights), sofas, chairs, tables, etc.  If you have more than one bulk item or do not want to wait until amnesty day, please call County Wide Disposal office for a quote to get it picked up.

White goods– refers to appliances such as: ovens, refrigerators, freezer, hot water heaters, dishwashers, washer and dryer, microwave, tv’s, computers, air conditioners, etc. These items require a special pick up. These items must be called in to the County Wide office to get them picked up. There will be a fee that will be required up front to have these items picked up.

Nonacceptable waste– Universal Waste (Yard Waste: leaves, limbs, grass clippings, shrubs, etc.), animal Waste, asbestos containing materials, closed barrels, cans or drums, compressed gas cylinders, explosives, anything highly flammable or volatile (stain, chemicals, etc.), hazardous waste, industrial waste, incinerator residual, infectious waste, liquid waste, motor oil, pesticides, PCB’s, radioactive waste, septic tank pumping’s or sludge, tires.

This information has been released by County Wide Disposal of Butler .