Plastics, paper, glass, cans and electronics can be placed curbside for your weekly collection.
Up to 8 tires per year can be left curbside at no charge. If you need to dispose of more than 8, bring them to one of our annual collection events or call us to arrange pickup.
Paint cans can be left open in the hot sun to dry out, can be filled with kitty litter to dry out, or may be painted onto newspaper. The dried cans or newspaper can then be left curbside for your regular weekly collection.
Alkaline batteries can be disposed of in your trash. Lithium or rechargeable batteries can be placed in the receptacles located in the entrances of area Lowe’s and Home Depot stores. Auto batteries may be taken to area retailers Auto Zone, Advanced Auto Parts, or O’Reilly’s.
Propane, freon or other hazardous materials – call John Reed at 304-424-1873 for information.