Bi-Weekly, Reliable Curbside Recycling Pickup
Making recycling simple and sustainable for your household or business since 2015!
Why Choose Anchor Disposal for Your Recycling Service?
Our bi-weekly recycling service has given our customers the resources they need to keep recyclable materials out of landfills and an opportunity to maintain a more sustainable living. Recycling is essential to the future of our planet and we, at Anchor Disposal are committed to doing our part to help the environment. Once you sign up for recycling service with us, we will promptly deliver your cans to your home or business to hold Recyling until it's collected. Then you simply follow our can placement guidelines for curbside pickup to guarantee your service happens properly and safely.
Items That Can be Recycled
As you prepare for recycling services, keep in mind the items that you can and can't place in your recycling bin. For your convenience, here is a list of items that we can accept for recycling:
- Plastic jugs, bottles, tubs & jars
- Metal cans
- Glass bottles & jars
- Paper, paper cartons & cardboard
Items That Can't Be Picked up for Residential Recycling Services
While we would like to be able to recycle everything, some items can't be recycled. These include:
- Aerosol Cans
- Food-tainted items
- Hazardous Waste
- Scrap Metal
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I recycle yard waste?
We can help you get rid of leaves and small branches that you may have in your yard. All items need to be bagged or bundled for removal with branches not being longer than 4 ft and no more than 4 inches in diameter. There is an additional charge for customers who take advantage of this service.
How and where do I place my can(s)?
Navigating trash and recycling pick-up schedules can be more complex than it seems. Missed pick-ups are frustrating, but they’re often preventable. This guide breaks down the essentials of proper container placement to ensure you never miss a collection again.
Position Matters: Align Your Containers Correctly
The first step is simple but crucial. Position your trash and recycling bins at the curb with the the lid opening toward the street. This makes it easier for collection crews and ensures smooth pick-up operations.
Spacing: The 4-Foot Rule Right
Proper spacing is key to avoid missed collections. Keep your bins at least four feet apart and a similar distance away from any obstacles like mailboxes, parked cars, or lamp posts. This allows enough room for the collection truck’s mechanical arm to operate efficiently.
When is my payment due?
Anchor Disposal bills quarterly. You will receive an invoice 30 days before the due date via mail or e-mail, depending on your preference. The due dates for our billing cycles are January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and September 1st.
What should I do if weather or poor road conditions impact my pickup?
Keep your containers curbside. We will resume service as soon as road conditions permit. ”Like” and follow us on Facebook or call the office for up-to-date information.
Start Your Recycling Service With Us Today!
To learn more or to signup for our recycling service please fill out the form below or give us a call at 919-585-2035.
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