Garbage & Recycling

Garbage & Recycling

Garbage and recycling carts need to be out no later than 5:00AM the day of collection. Drivers will not go back to collect if this deadline is missed. Lids on all carts need to be closed with cart handle facing the house. New home constructions will need to call the Public Works Department to have garbage and recycling services set up. If you have extra garbage bags that do not fit in your grabage cart, there are $1 overflow sticker you can purchase at the Public Works Office (Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.).  After certain holidays, two overflow bags will be allowed without stickers. 

 Harter's Fox Valley Disposal 
1-888-804-8556
www.harters.net
 Inland Service Corporation-Recycling
920-759-0501
888-759-0501





Recycle CartsPlease rememebr that recycling is MANDITORY, not optional, and there is no overflow. If you have overflow recycling please consider the following
  • Break down and flatten all boxes
  • Large cardboard boxes should be cut to 2 ft X 2ft or smaller.
  • Save your overflow for your next collection.
  • Ask a neighbor if they have room in their cart.
  • Bring to the County drop off site: 1919 Holland Road, Appleton


Additional Information
Recycling Guid
Garbage and Recycling Calendar
Holiday Trash Pickup Schedule
Garbage Collection Day Map (Interactive)



Large Item Pickup
Large or Bulk Items are collected every other Wednesday (please call for dates).  To participate in this collection you will need to purchase a sticker from the Public Works Office. The deadline for large items will be 12:00 P.M. on the Tuesday before the pickup day. When you purchase your sticker, we will record your address and notify Harter's of your item.  Please note that each item to be picked up does need its own sticker. 

$25 Stickers include: couch, table, dresser, bed frame, mattress, boxspring, bike, push mower (liquids removed), toilet, sink, TV (up to 32 inches), stereo, tredmill, printer, monitor, CPU tower, microwave, washer, dryer, compactor, stove, dishwasher, humidifer, water heater, water conditioner, shower stall, grill, carpet (cut into maximum of 4ft sections then rolled).
$50 Stickers include: Refriderator, dehumidifer, freezer, air conditioner, TV (larger than 32 inches) large sectional couches.

The alternative is to haul any of your items to the Outagamie County landfill located at 1919 Holland Road, Appleton (one mile east of Hwy 441; off of Northland Avenue).  If you have questions about hauling items there or fees, please contact them at 920-832-5277.


Household Hazardous Waste Information
Collections are held twice a month May-October at a designated location on the Outagamie County Recycling & Solid Waste property.  All participants MUST call to an appointment by calling (920) 832-5277 or online at RecycleMoreOutagamie.org. The program is provided for households only; business material will not be accepted. Keep individual materials in their original containers and DO NOT MIX!
Acceptable Items: Solvents, Pesticides, Herbicides (including DDT and Chlordane), Rodent baits, Lead/Oil based paints, Dioxin Materials (such as Silvex and 2,4,5-T), Household and Vehicle batteries, Gasoline, Waste oil and Anti-freezer
Unacceptable Items: Explosives and Radioactive Materials (such as smoke detectors), Containers over 5 Gal in Size, trailer sized loads and Latex Paint (latex is not hazardous, it can be dried and then thrown away with the can cover removed).

Free Tire Drop-OffTire Drop
Monday April 17 – Wednesday April 21, 2017
Wednesday September 13 – Thursday September 21, 2017

Collection is limited to Town of Greenville Residents only, with the limit of 4 tires per household. Tires from businesses are not accepted. Only tires that are 18” or less will be accepted at no charge. For all tires exceeding 18" in size or a quantity of over 4, the resident will be charged $4.00 per tire. Tires can only be brought to the Greenville Waste Site during the days listed above. If tires are dropped off at any other time, the resident will be charged for the tires and disposal.