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Waste Watch Guidelines

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BAGS ACCEPTABLE FOR WASTE WATCH
Transparent plastic blue bags must be used for the collection of recyclables.  There is no need to use bags for compost and waste. Sorted material should be placed loosely inside the appropriate cart ... More



BLUE BAGS - FREE DROP-OFF ON SATURDAYS
Residents can bring their blue bags and recyclable material to any Waste Watch Drop-Off Center FREE of charge on Saturday mornings from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon ... More



COLLECTION GUIDELINES
These collection guidelines will help to ensure your collection is provided in a prompt and efficient manner...more



EXCESS MATERIAL COLLECTION
Certain times of the year, some households generate more material than the carts will hold...More



ROAD ACCESS REQUIREMENTS FOR COLLECTION
To provide collection services, trucks must have unobstructed access to Waste Watch carts and blue bags.  This guideline provides minimum requirements for roads as well as alternatives to collection...More



SILAGE & BOAT SHRINK WRAP RECYCLING PROGRAM
Customers may take approved silage & boat shrink wrap to Waste Watch Drop-Off Centers FREE OF CHARGE provided it is relatively clean and dry.   Farmers with large quantities must contact IWMC to make special arrangements.  



SPRING & FALL CLEANUP
Twice a year, a residential cleanup service is provided which allows householders to dispose of items not collected during regular weekly collection.

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