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City of Midway Customers

Guidelines for the City of Midway Curbside Garbage & Recycle Service

For more information or assistance please call 850-561-0800

Curbside Garbage Service

  • Pickup once per week – 95 gallon carts provided by Waste Pro USA.
  • Garbage must be placed curbside the night before collection day, or prior to 5:00 a.m. on the scheduled day of collection.
  • Items NOT accepted for pickup include: hazardous waste, yard waste, vehicle tires & batteries, paint, sludge, Freon & non-Freon appliances, construction debris, hot ashes, and all prohibited waste under this contract.

Curbside Recycling Service – Optional

  • Pickup every week – 18 gallon bin.
  • Recyclables must be placed curbside the night before, or prior to 5:00 a.m. on the scheduled day of collection.
  • Items accepted for pickup include: Bi-metal and aluminum cans, clear, green brown container glass, plastics #1- #7, corrugated cardboard, newsprint and magazines.

Yard Waste & Bulk Service – Optional

  • Will be picked up monthly. Customer must call in to schedule yard waste & bulk pick, not to exceed 1 yards. Resident will be responsible for all charges beyond 1 yards.
  • The Quincy Transfer station is open 6 days per week (Monday – Friday) for bulk waste and white goods on a fee-based volume. Recycle is also available for free. Hours of Service will be 8:00 am to 2:30 pm on Monday thru Friday and 8:00 am to 1:30 pm on Saturday.
  • Items NOT accepted for drop off include: hazardous waste, yard waste, batteries, paint, sludge, Freon appliances, hot ashes, and all prohibited waste under this contract

Holiday Schedule

There will be no pickup on the following holidays:

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

ROUTES WILL BE PUSHED BACK BY ONE DAY FOLLOWING A HOLIDAY

For example, if Christmas Day is Tuesday and your normal service day is Wednesday, you will be serviced on Thursday. Customers who are normally serviced on Friday of that week will be serviced on Saturday.

Guidelines for Commercial Garbage Service

All Containers

Containers must not be blocked, and trucks must have access to provide service.

Please make sure waste is contained, within safe capacity levels and not overflowing. Drivers may not be able to service overloaded containers.

Please do not place any hazardous materials in container. This includes: any waste solid or liquid waste material resulting from the manufacturing or use of pesticides, highly flammable or explosive wastes, caustic wastes, toxic wastes, and any other material that the Health Authority determines to be a likely hazard to the public health, safety or environment.

Containers must be placed and remain on a hard, level surface and must be secure.

The placement of enclosures and containers can have a direct effect on safety. An improperly placed enclosure or container may lead to accident, injury, or property damage. Check with your Waste Pro USA representative to ensure safe placement.

Additional Guidelines for Roll-off Containers

Containers may not be loaded above the top of the container and the weight must be evenly distributed.

Thirty (30) yard containers may not be used for concrete, dirt, stumps, bricks or any other heavy materials.

Twenty (20) yard containers must be used for very heavy loads and may be filled only half full.

Preferred maximum weight of 20,000 lbs. varies by state regulations.

There will be no pickup on the following holidays:

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

ROUTES WILL BE PUSHED BACK BY ONE DAY FOLLOWING A HOLIDAY

For example, if Christmas Day is Tuesday and your normal service day is Wednesday, you will be serviced on Thursday. Customers who are normally serviced on Friday of that week will be serviced on Saturday.

Sours: https://www.wasteprousa.com/gadsden-county/city-of-midway-customers/

Composting and Yard Waste

Ramsey County operates public compost sites for the disposal of leaves, grass clippings, brush and other compost materials. Stumps are not accepted.
 
There is no charge for disposal of these materials, but residents must show proof of Ramsey County residency, as the program is paid for by property taxes.

Wood chips and compost are available at some sites, check the specific site for details on availability.
 
Visit Ramsey County’s Yard Waste website for more details on locations and hours.

Organics Composting


Residents can bring their food waste and non-recyclable paper to a Ramsey County Yard Waste Site.  For more information about what is accepted and locations see Ramsey County’s Yard waste site.  Roseville also has a Food Scraps (organics recycling) drop off at the City’s Leaf Recycling Center.  For more information, visit www.cityofroseville.com/FoodScraps.  Free compost bags can be picked up at the Leaf Recycling Center, Roseville City Hall, and at the Ramsey county Yard Waste Site.


Backyard Composting


Home composting is an easy way to turn organic waste into a rich soil amendment. All you need is a compost bin and a pitch fork, which you can find at most lawn and garden stores. See how to compost and find answers to the most common composting questions.
 
Residents can purchase a compost bin through Roseville's annual sale in the spring.  Please check the Recycling Association of Minnesota website for sale details.
 

Compostable Yard Waste Bags


If your yard waste is picked up by a hauler or recycler, state law now says you must use a reusable container or special bag that can be composted. Plastic bags are not considered reusable containers and are banned. Many home improvement stores now offer these compostable yard waste bags.

Sours: https://www.cityofroseville.com/2776/Composting-and-Yard-Waste
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Backyard Composting

Composting is a process that naturally decomposes (breaks down) organic materials, such as yard waste, fruits, vegetables, and paper towels. Once your food scraps and yard trimming are finished decomposing, the material created is called "compost." Compost is a natural and valuable soil amendment that can be used in place of synthesized fertilizers and pesticides. Composting also reduces trash and saves water!

Did you know?

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On average, between 28 - 38 percent of all waste is compostable and 25 percent of all household waste is compostable.

Basic types of organic materials that are compostable in a backyard system include:

  • Leaves, grass clippings, and twigs
  • Food scraps, like banana peels and corn husks
  • Coffee grounds and tea bags
  • Soiled paper and paper products, like dirty napkins, paper plates, and paper egg cartons

You should not put these items in your backyard compost because they will cause problems:

  • Compostable plastics
  • Weeds that have begun to seed
  • Meat, bones, grease, or dairy

You can compost in your backyard or participate in Organics (Food Scraps) Recycling by using a Ramsey County or District Council drop-off site. Organics (Food Scraps) Recycling drop-off sites take more materials than you can put in your backyard compost bin.

Backyard Composting Resources:

Sours: https://www.stpaul.gov/departments/public-works/recycling-and-waste-reduction/yard-waste-and-composting
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