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Trash Collection - Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What company picks up the trash?
    Local Waste Services (General Info: 614 409-0375)
  2. When is the trash picked up?
    Every Monday, unless it is a holiday. On holidays the trash will be picked up on Tuesday. Local Waste Services observes six National holidays (New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas day). If a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, there will be No Change in the regular scheduled pick-up day. See the Trash Schedule.
  3. Recycle bin. Where do I get trash cans and recycle containers?
    You need to buy your own trash containers. Local Waste Services has 95 gallon carts available to rent for $3/month - $36/year, billed annually.
    Recycle containers however can be any container labeled RECYCLE. OR, you may want to pick up, for free, one or two Local Waste Services containers, 16" x 23" x 12" from City of Worthington Service Department Building, 380 Highland Avenue, Worthington, OH 43085
    You may also rent 65 gallon recycling carts, from Local Waste Services, for $2.50/month - $30/year, billed annually.
  4. What about yard waste?
    Please place yard waste in containers marked "Yard Waste" or paper bags resigned for yard waste. Tie tree and bush trimmings in bundles not to exceed 48 inches in length.
  5. Where do I put trash, recyclables and yard waste for pickup?
    Place trash, recyclables and yard waste at the curb (not in the street) by 6:00 am on scheduled day but not more than one day prior to collection day. Cover and/or secure everything. Remove empty containers by the following morning and store them out of sight.
  6. What is recyclable?
    Paper - newspapers, inserts, magazines, brown paper / Kraft grocery sacks, corrugated cardboard, white/yellow pages, phone books
    Glass containers used for food and beverage, rinsed out
    HDPE & PETE Plastics (#1 through #7)
    Metal - steel/tin cans, and aluminum cans
    Do not put Styrofoam, plastic grocery bags, window glass or glass dishes into recycle containers.
  7. Uncollectable Items that you may NOT put in the trash
    Tires, Lead Acid Batteries, Large Automobile Parts, Household Hazardous Waste, Liquid Paints / Oil, Large Construction Debris

Additional Rules and Regulation Information

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