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Pick up frequency: WEEKLY; your address dictates your pickup day. This information will be given to you when you call to set up service. Please have your garbage cart at the curbside before 6 am the day of service.

Curbside Placement: Click here for an illustration showing proper placement of your garbage cart.

Extra Garbage: If you have extra garbage you need collected we will be happy to pick it up. Please bag your excess garbage and tie it off and set it two feet away from your garbage cart. For price of extras, please contact our office at 503.649.5252.

NOTE: If your garbage cart is heaped above the cart rim you will be charged as if you had an extra bag. Heaped cans can lead to garbage spilling out of the can as it is lifted into the truck. Additionally, it can spill over the top of the truck and fall to the ground on the other side of the vehicle which could cause injury to persons nearby or property damage.

Please do not over pack your garbage into the cart. It can become overweight and the garbage lodged into the cart so as it will not fall out when the cart is dumped. Additional charges will result when requesting a run back to dump the half empty cart.

Missed Pickup:
If for some reason your garbage, recycling, or yard debris is missed, please call our office at 503.649.5252 as soon as possible. If your pick up was missed by our driver, we will return for pick up either the next day or the next collection day with no charge for extras. If the pick up was missed due to the customer not having the can out, there will be an extra charge to return for the pick up.

Household Hazardous Waste:

For environmental and safety purposes, do not dispose of hazardous waste in your garbage can. Call Metro Hotline at 234-3000 for disposal information. Click the following link to visit Metro's hazardous waste collection events information web page:

We DO Take...
Paint Cans: Containers must be empty, completely dried out, with the lids off.
Motor Oil: See recycling. Place used motor oil in a see-through container, such as a milk jug with a secure lid.

We DO NOT Take...
Antifreeze, Batteries, Aerosol Products, Fluorescent light Fixtures, Household Cleaning Products, Pesticides or herbicides, paints, thinners, or solvents, fertilizers or poisons.
Call Metro Hotline at 234-3000 for disposal information. NO COMPUTERS, MONITORS or TVs. As of January 1, 2010, Oregon law prohibits the disposal of computers, monitors and TVs in the garbage or at disposal sites such as landfills, transfer stations and incinerators. The Oregon E-Cycles program provides FREE recycling of computers, monitors and televisions to anyone with seven or fewer items to recycle at a time. For more information and participating collection sites near you visit WWW.OREGONECYCLES.ORG or call 1.888.532.9253.