Acceptable Junk Items

  • Mattresses and box springs must be wrapped in plastic.
  • Lawnmowers must have gas tanks removed and broken down as much as possible.
  • Gas grills without any tank/propane and broken down as much as possible.
  • Swing sets and basketball goals must be broken down. No pieces longer than 4ft and no concrete on legs or base.
  • Mailboxes cannot be more than 4ft and no concrete on base.
  • Freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, etc., must have the Freon/refrigerant captured and removed by a certified HVAC technician who will then tag the unit for acceptable pickup.
  • Carpet must be cut into 4ft length, rolled, and tied for handling.

Not Acceptable Junk Items

  • No construction/demolition debris. This includes, but limited to; studs, drywall, sinks, tubs, toilets, cabinets, etc.
  • No large amounts of fencing……A few planks may be OK if no longer than 4ft in length. Must be tied and bundled.
  • No concrete, brick, tile, etc.
  • No liquids of any kind such as paint, thinners, pesticides/insecticides, household cleaners, motor oils, fuels, etc. Water-based paint is acceptable but needs to be solidified with kitty litter or other granular absorbent material.
  • No medical bio-hazards; sharps, chemo diapers, oxygen tanks, etc.
  • No electronics
  • No large vehicle parts, body or interior
  • No tires of any kind
  • No landscaping material such as; logs, railroad ties, landscape timbers, concrete blocks, dirt, or sod.
  • No yard waste material; logs, stumps, shrubs, etc.