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Posted on: June 24, 2020

Waste Management implements heat schedule

Heat schedule

Beginning the week of June 29, Waste Management will be following a heat schedule through the end of August for residential pick ups. 

All trash service will be moved one hour earlier, which means cans must be curbside by 6 a.m. each Friday.

Trash is limited to three bags, three cans (both a maximum of 30 gallons); or any 95 gallon cart. Trash in excess of these amounts should be placed in a bag with a pre-paid sticker attached. Stickers are available at City Hall in sheets of 10 for $15. 

Waste Management will pick up any amount of recycling. Use any container, clearly marked as recyclables. Recyclables in trash bags are not accepted. To view acceptable recycling materials, visit our website: www.springhillks.gov/133/Curbside-Recycling

Yard waste will be picked up on most regular trash days, which includes grass, trees, limbs, flowers, garden plants, etc. Trash or construction materials will not be picked up with your compost service. If bags contain trash or foreign material, they will be left at the curb.

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