FAQ Topic: Sanitation

Can I put cut grass clippings in the garbage toter?

No, grass clippings must be placed in City of West Carrollton lawn and leaf bags. To purchase the brown grass collection bags at $1.35 each, visit the Utility Clerk at the Civic Center, 300 E. Central Ave. West Carrollton, OH 45449. The Civic Center is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The … Continued

What items can be recycled?

The city contracts with Rumpke to provide recycling services for West Carrollton residents. Many aluminum, glass, plastic, and paper products are accepted.  For a new recycling cart, call the Utility Clerk at (937) 859-8280 or e-mail waterclerk@westcarrollton.org.

How do I get rid of large garbage items that don’t fit it my toter?

If the bulk trash item weighs more than 50 pounds, you must wait for a free quarterly large trash pickup or schedule a $21 paid bulk pick up by calling the Utility Clerk at (937) 859-8280. Scheduled pickups must be paid by 4:30 p.m. on the Friday before pickup on the following Monday.

When is the city’s next free Large Trash Pick Up date?

The service department conducts quarterly large-item bulk trash collections that are free for residents. The city WILL pick up household items such as appliances, carpet, brush, metal, lumber, etc. Carpet & brush need to be cut in 3-4 ft. lengths, not more than 18-inches in diameter & bundled. The City does NOT pickup concrete, rock, dirt, loose … Continued

Who do I call when my garbage has not been picked up?

If your trash or recycling has not been picked up on your regular collection day, please call the Utility Clerk at (937) 859-8280 or e-mail waterclerk@westcarrollton.org Check here for more information about the Service Department’s refuse division.

How do I dispose of paints and chemicals?

Paints can be disposed of during the quarterly large trash pickup offered by the service department. The bulk trash collections are free for residents. In 2019, the collections will occur on regularly scheduled trash days during the week of January 7-11, May 6-10, July 8-12 and October 7-11. Some chemicals can also be disposed of … Continued

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