On behalf of our community appearance, neatly place all acceptable items at curbside on your lawn no earlier than 48 hours prior to your bulk pickup day. This schedule does not apply to the Village of Upper Nyack or the Village of Spring Valley.
The collection of household (kitchen) garbage is performed twice per week:
Monday/Thursday, Tuesday/Friday, or Wednesday/Saturday
Each home (1, 2, 3-Family Only) is issued one official sticker from the Tax Assessor to be placed on the container. Stickers for additional containers are available for an added fee. Each container with garbage shall not exceed 60lbs. The carter is not required to take refuse placed outside the dwelling the night before the collection day. Our contract provides for “side door pick up” up to 125 feet from the street. Over 125 feet an additional fee may be charged separtely by your carter. If you prefer curbside pick up, please collect your pails after service and place back by house. PLEASE BAG ALL REFUSE, loose refuse causes litter.
On behalf of our community appearance, neatly place all acceptable items at curbside on your lawn no earlier than 48 hours prior to your bulk pickup day.
This schedule does not apply to the Village of Upper Nyack or the Village of Spring Valley
The Town’s bulk pickup program is a monthly service performed by your carter on the Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday that coincides with your regular garbage collection day according to the schedule as outlined on the calendar. The program is designed for the pickup of household items generated by the homeowner. Bulk can be brought out to the curb the weekend prior to your bulk date. “Bulk must be out at the curb the night before your bulk pickup day or it may not be picked up.
Building material, construction and demolition debris and refuse generated by a contractor are “NOT included in the bulk pickup program. A modest amount of building material (up to two 50-pound bundles, under 5 feet in length) generated by the do-it-yourself homeowner will be collected.
Refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, water heaters, microwaves, stoves/ranges, room air-conditioners, push lawn mowers/snow blowers (gas removed), treadmills. Refrigerator and freezer doors must be removed, according to NY State Penal Law § 270.10 Creating a Hazard.
There might be a slight delay in pickup of these and scrap metal materials since these are picked up in a separate truck.
Sofas, chairs, mattress, carpeting and padding tightly rolled, bundled, tied not exceeding 5 ft. in length, storm/screen windows and doors, interior closet and room doors.
Small quantities “not more than 2 bundles, no longer than 5 feet and no heavier than 50 lbs. each will be collected of the following material:
scrap lumber, home furnishing products, electrical/plumbing fixtures, plaster, wallpaper, empty paint cans, wallboard, paneling, linoleum and ceramic tile flooring.
The following materials are “not included in the monthly bulk pickup program but are the responsibility of the “do- it-yourself” homeowner or agreements made between the homeowner and his home improvement/trade contractor or residential carter. Contractors should not tell homeowners to leave out unacceptable bulk for the “Town” to pick up.
Furnaces and boilers, central air-conditioning units, pool heaters/liners/ladders/diving boards, windows, outside doors, garage doors, sliding glass doors, lumber, decks, porches, sheds, railroad ties, fences, tree stumps, grass clippings, soil, rocks, stones, concrete and asphalt, automobile parts, barbecue propane tanks, pallets, *tires. *Tires can be disposed of by residents at the Solid Waste Facility.
Call R.C. Solid Waste Management Authority for information – 845 753-2200.
Electronic equipment, including televisions and computers, will not be picked up by the garbage carters. Electronic equipment must be taken to the Hazardous Waste Facility in Pomona. Please call 845-364-2444 for more information on that program.