Collection Items:

Old Washing Machine

Appliances

  • Washers, dryers, refrigerators, water heaters and stoves and other large appliances.
  • Microwave ovens, toaster ovens, and other small appliances.
  • Remember to remove refrigerator doors for safety.

Old Electronics

Electronics

  • TV's, DVD and VCR players, stereo equipment and speakers.
  • Computers, monitors, printers and other hardware items.
  • Dry type household batteries.
  • Lamps and other electronic items.

Old Mattresses

Mattresses

  • All sizes of mattresses, foundations and box springs.

Old Drawers

Furniture

  • Sofas, sofa beds, chairs, futons, dressers, tables, bed frames.
  • Cabinets, bookshelves, desks.
  • Other similar household furniture items.

Old File Cabinet

Metal

  • Bed frames, scrap metal, pipes.
  • File cabinets, shelving units.
  • Exercise equipment, bikes.

Old Clothes

Textiles

  • Clothing, jackets.
  • Backpacks, purses, belts, suspenders & shoes.
  • Towels, bedding.
  • Box, bag or bundle and tie all textile items separately from your other small items.
  • Clearly label your box or bag "Textiles" so our crews can keep these items separate from other boxed or bagged small items.

Old Carpet Padding

Carpets and Padding

  • Carpets and padding must be rolled or bundled into 4 foot lengths and weigh no more than 60 pounds per bundle.

Tied Lumber

Long Loose Items

  • Long loose items such as lumber, window blinds, pipes, brooms and mops, etc. should be tied into bundles no longer than 5 feet in length and weighing no more than 60 pounds per bundle.

Loose Object for Disposal

Small Loose Items

  • Small loose items such as pots, pans and other small items should be consolidated into boxes or bags. To avoid breakage, boxes and bags should weigh no more than 30 pounds each.