Garbage & Recycling

Garbage is picked up every Monday and recycling is picked up every other Monday. To view specific dates, please check the garbage and recycling schedule posted below.

Both garbage and recycling containers must be placed at the curb by 6:00 AM on the morning of pick-up.

If you experienced a missed pick-up or your container was damaged, or if you would like to change the size of your garbage container, please contact Janelle at (920) 894-2909 ext. 104.
 

Help Prevent Load Fires

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Truck fires aren’t common, but when a fire does occur during a route, a well-trained driver will find a safe place to eject the load as a safety precaution to help minimize injury, equipment loss, and environmental damage.  WE NEED YOUR HELP! KNOW THE TOP 12 ITEMS THAT LEAD TO LOAD FIRES:
Remember: These TOP 12 ITEMS cannot be placed in your normal garbage collection containers and are to be  treated with care.

 Here’s a few tips to help you know how to dispose of these items properly:
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DO NOT THROW AWAY THESE ITEMS
• Hazardous waste (HW) is any substance containing ingredients that could negatively affect your safety, health or the environment. Signal words found on hazardous products include flammable, poison, danger, warning and caution. They can be found on a wide range of products. • Absolutely no liquid chemicals can be placed into the garbage can. The containers may be tossed, but the chemicals must be entirely emptied and the containers dried prior to disposal. • Hot ashes from a grill or fire pit should be be dowsed with water days before disposal to further eliminate the risk of a fire hazard. • In general, many common household and car products can be dangerous if not properly stored, handled, used or discarded. • When in doubt, reach out! If you are unsure about whether any part of your waste is hazardous, or concerned on how to store or dispose of something safely, keep it out of the trash and contact an Advanced Disposal waste management specialist.
HOT ASHES
ANTIFREEZE
PAINTS
AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES
PAINT THINNERS
PESTICIDES
MOTOR OIL
COOKING OIL
GASOLINE/FUELS
POOL/SPA CHEMICALS
BRAKE FLUIDS
KEROSENE
To find collection facilities or information about hazardous waste collection events in your area, consult your local Advanced Disposal Facility. Find your local office by visiting: www.AdvancedDisposal.com/FindAFacility

Download "ADS16-020552 Truck Fire Flyer_M (002).PDF"

E-Cycling

For certain electronics, a fee is required to recycle. The fee can be paid at Kiel City Hall prior to taking the electronic to the drop site.

Fee Schedule is as follows:
        $7.00    -  Printers
        $7.00    -  Fax Machines
        $7.00    -  Scanners
        $7.00    -  Microwaves
        $12.00  -  Monitors
        $12.00  -  Copiers
        $22.00  -  Televisions

More information can be found on the document posted below, or by calling (920) 894-2909 ext. 104.

Bulky Refuse and Electronics

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Bulky refuse and electronics may be dropped off at the 8th Street drop site. The drop site is open as follows:

Tuesday and Thursday
- April thru October -
Spring and Fall:  4 - 7 pm
Summer:  4 - 8 pm

Saturday
- April thru November -
9 am - 1 pm

Download "Electronics Recycling.pdf"