Residential Garbage Pickup

Our communities put their trust in us for their garbage pickup service. If your municipality, neighborhood, or homeowners association needs residential trash pickup, call Mountain Waste & Recycling today. Please note: Anything outside of your container is considered extra waste and will not be removed unless the account owner has contacted the office beforehand to request pickup.

Residential Pickup Service

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With local experts ready to help, renting a roll-off dumpster from us is a straightforward process. We provide transparent pricing and dependable service to make waste management hassle-free for you.

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Dispose of your trash

Ensure that your trash is properly prepared and ready for collection

Waste removal

Our team collects your waste based on the service option you've chosen.

Mountain Waste & Recycling Hazardous Materials for Garbage Collection

Hazardous Material
Items You Can Not Throw In the Trash

Strong household cleaners like bleach, pesticides, solvents and corrosive chemicals should never go in the trash. Chemicals should always be treated with extreme care because of their potentially harmful impacts to the land, water and humans they come into contact with. If you’re not going to use them up, take them to a household hazardous waste drop-off for safe disposal.

Although small, batteries like AAA, AA, C, D, button cell, 9-volt, and others, contain large amounts of cadmium, mercury, and lead. Tossing your batteries in the trash sends them to the landfill where their casing can disintegrate, releasing their chemicals, sometimes in large amounts.

Like small batteries, lead-acid car batteries, as well as lithium batteries, should not go in the trash either because of their contained chemicals. Televisions Old tube, LED, LCD, OLED televisions should not be put in trash cans or dumpsters either.

These contain toxic chemicals like lead, mercury, nickel, cadmium, and more. These chemicals are detrimental to human and environmental health, and they need to be dealt with safely

Most computers and monitors are considered hazardous waste. They’re chock full of toxic chemicals like arsenic, lead and cadmium. Also consider that throwing away your computer, with your hard drive in tact could put your personal information at risk.

Cell phones, printers, VCRs, telephones, and radios don’t belong in a landfill. Most cell phones and other electronics contain precious metals and plastics that can be recycled to save energy and resources that would otherwise be required to mine or manufacture these materials. When placed in a landfill, these materials pollute the air, contaminate soil, damage animal and plant life and can impact our food supply and drinking water.

Although microwaves aren’t considered e-waste, parts of old microwaves can still be hazardous because they use a capacitor that contains a residual electrical charge. Taking old or broken microwaves to scrap metal or recycling companies can lessen their impact on the environment.

Refrigerators should not be thrown in a dumpster because of the refrigerant they contain Freon.

You should never throw commonly known hazardous materials like asbestos, pesticides, contaminated soils or absorbents in the trash. These materials are dangerous when exposed to the soil or water. Take extreme care when disposing of these hazardous materials.

Medical waste, as well as needles and sharps, should never be thrown away in a normal trash. They can contain bacteria and diseases that shouldn’t have a chance to come in contact with anyone after disposal. Medical waste should be put in special containers like a “sharps disposal container.” Unused or Expired Prescription Drugs Prescription drugs should not be thrown away because their chemicals can leach into the soil and water supply, where they can wreak havoc with the environment.

There is a large amount of oil and chemicals in most paints — that’s the main reason you shouldn’t throw them away in the dumpster. Paint becomes a problem for the environment when it leaks and contaminates the water supply. Empty paint cans can usually be tossed as well dried paint. If you still have fresh paint, find a way to dry it such as mixing it with cat litter. When it’s dry, you can throw it away.

Compressed gas cylinders and combustible gas cannot be placed any trash container.

Benefits of Choosing us

Garbage Pickup Service Benefits

Garbage pickup service is crucial for the health and environment of local communities. It’s an essential service that reduces the spread of disease and pests. With regular, on-time residential garbage collection, we make sure these hazards are removed from your neighborhood.

  • Convenience
    We make it easy for you to get rid of your garbage. We offer scheduled pickups to ensure that your waste will be taken care of promptly.
  • Affordability
    Our rates are very competitive, so you can count on us to provide you with great value for your money
  • Reliability
    We have a strong track record of providing quality service to our customers. You can rest assured that we will take care of your trash and dispose of it properly.

Take the Lead in Safely Disposing of Batteries

Handle batteries with care to prevent fires. Never toss them in curbside bins; it's a matter of safety.

Correct Trash Can Placement

The Placement of Your Trash Can Matters

The correct placement of your trash can will ensure the collection of your garbage, recyclables or yard waste.

Most collection trucks are armed with an automated electronic arm that grabs and empties the bin. This efficient process streamlines collection and prevents potential injuries.

For Your Home

Residential Services

We offer convenient pickup times and reliable service. Residential garbage recycling is available wherever we offer garbage pickup.