Please be aware that route pickup times are subject to change WITHOUT notice. You will have an established pickup day, but not a set pickup time each week. As such, containers MUST be placed curbside the night before your pick-up day. If you forget to place it out the night before and you are missed as a result, we cannot come back; you will have to wait until your next pick up day.

On collection day customer shall provide unobstructed access to the container. If the container is inacessible for any reason (Ex: blocked by something, road not plowed or is too icy, not out in time, etc.) we can not come back and will try again on your next scheduled pick up day. 

 Should your garbage day fall on or after any of the following holidays (excluding if it falls on a Saturday or Sunday), your garbage will be picked up one day late for that week. Remember, when in doubt, put your can out!

  • New Year’s Day 
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day 
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

 

Commercial Areas We Serve

 ⁣Box Elder County
 Davis County
 Weber County

 

 

Residential Areas We Serve

Box Elder County

Bear River City, UT
Beaver Dam, UT
Bothwell, UT
 Brigham City, UT 
Collinston, UT
Corrine City, UT
Deweyville, UT
Elwood, UT
Fielding, UT 
Garland City, UT
Honeyville, UT
Howell, UT 
 Mantua, UT
Perry City, UT
Plymouth, UT
Portage, UT
Riverside, UT
South Willard, UT 
Thatcher, UT 
Tremonton City, UT
Willard City, UT

 

Davis County

 
 

 

Weber County

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Residential Tips

Please be aware that route pickup times are subject to change WITHOUT notice. You will have an established pickup day, but not a set pickup time each week. As such, containers MUST be placed curbside the night before your pick-up day. If you forget to place it out the night before and you are missed as a result, we cannot come back; you will have to wait until your next pick up day.

  • Please place your container in the proper place; the ideal location is to the left or right of your driveway, and as close to the road as possible. If there is no curb on your street, the container must be within 2 feet of the asphalt. The container should be on reasonably level ground so it won’t tip over. Be sure the handle of the container faces towards your house.
  • Containers must be placed at least 6 feet away from other containers or objects (i.e. mailboxes, light posts, basketball hoops, fences, etc.) and have a minimum of 14 ft clearance above your container.
  • Please do not block containers with vehicles. It is best to place containers at least 20 feet away from any vehicle.
  • Containers SHOULD NOT be overloaded. If the lid on your container is not closed, it is considered to be overloaded. Containers that are overloaded may not dump correctly and may spill trash. If this is the case, the driver will not be required to empty it. Spills caused by overloaded containers are the resident’s responsibility to clean up. Please cut up long items into short pieces so they fit properly in the can. Cut up empty boxes or crush them flat. If you need another container, please contact your city or our office.
  • Containers may be used for regular household garbage and for yard & garden clippings that have been cut to fit properly into the container. Please put garbage and grass clipping into bags and tie them closed so they do not spill. This will allow the container to be emptied better and will keep the container cleaner.

 

Please Do Not Place Any of the following items into your container:

  • NO Dangerous or hazardous materials
  • NO Medical waste or needles
  • NO Hot ashes, fireworks, or any other flammable items
  • NO Rocks, dirt, bricks, concrete, or any similar items
  • NO Construction debris (i.e. carpet, sheetrock, tile)
  • NO Dead animals
  • NO Propane tanks, batteries, tires, tanks or barrels of any kind
  • NO Furniture and/or large appliances