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Yes, each customer is limited to one cubic yard (about ½ the size of a standard refrigerator or six kitchen-sized garbage bags) per week with a maximum of four cubic yards per month without being charged additional fees. It is the responsibility of the resident and/or property owner to handle the disposal of major items resulting from the cleaning out of:
Picking-up the items from these types of cleanups fall outside of the regular solid waste service the City provides.
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Curbside is the occasional items that are too large and bulky to go into the household garbage bag (i.e.: outdoor waste generated from cleaning up around the house, boxes, etc.). Leaves, grass clippings, any kind of packing material, and any other similar loose items that will blow out of a truck must be bagged or will not be picked up. Garbage and curbside are not picked up by the same trucks and do not go to the same location.
Household garbage and curbside cannot be mixed. Household garbage is required to be discarded in a state approved Solid Waste Landfill while curbside trash is required to go to a state approved Construction and Demolition Landfill.
No, the City must follow the rules of Solid Waste Management by the State of Georgia’s Environmental Protection Division. The following are not allowed to be handled by the City’s Solid Waste Division:
Yes, see White Goods and Special Pickups FAQs.