The Town provides commercial solid waste and targeted recycling pick-up. This service is overviewed below.
Commercial Solid Waste Container Pickup
Collection days are as follows:
- May 1st through October 31st; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (three times per week).
- November 1st through April 30th; Mondays and Fridays (twice per week).
Please contact us at 252.255.1234 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Items to Remember:
Commercial Recycling Container Pickup
Collection days are as follows
: (schedule changes made beginning April 1, 2015):
The following locations will have their dumpsters serviced on Tuesdays only (originally Thursdays):
- Duck Blind Villas
- Barrier Island
- Snow Geese Dunes
- Ocean Pines
The following locations will have their dumpsters serviced on Tuesdays and Saturdays only (originally Thursdays):
- Georgetown Sands
- Osprey Landing Shops
- Colony by the Sea
- Nantucket Condominiums
- 109 Scarborough Lane
- Village Square
- Scarborough Lane Shoppes
Items to remember:
- It is extremely important to collapse all cardboard boxes! Tossing empty boxes into the dumpster can take up a lot of extra space.
- Please ensure that collection equipment has access to the container(s).
If your recycling container was missed on your regular collection day, you should contact the Town Office immediately at 252.255.1234. Reports of missed collections must be received the same service day by 10:00 a.m. or service may not be available until the next scheduled recycling pick-up.
To request a new or extra recycling container, or to report lost or damaged cans you should contact the Town Office at 252.255.1234 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Recycling saves natural resources, reduces litter, and provides employment opportunities.
- Recycling one glass bottle will save enough energy to light a lamp for four hours.
- Making aluminum cans from recycled cans cuts air pollution by 95%.
- Recycling one ton of steel saves three to four (3-4) barrels of oil.
- Americans use 2.5 million plastic bottles per hour.
- Printing the Sunday edition of the New York Times on recycled paper saves 75,000 trees.
- One gallon of motor oil can pollute one million gallons of water.
Items That Are Not Recyclable
- Bags of garbage
- Plastic bags
- Styrofoam peanuts, blocks, and boxes
- Food containers – such as pizza boxes and “to go” containers
- Automotive, poison, or pesticide containers.
- Yard waste – leaves, grass clippings, branches, wood, etc.
- Overstuffed Cans
To view the Town’s recycling brochure, click here.