The Town provides weekly refuse and bi-weekly recycling pickup
through a contract with Advance Disposal. Yard Waste
Recycling is provided through a partnership with the City of
Appleton, while Household Hazardous Waste is handled by Outagamie
North and South of Capital Dr. from Richmond St. (Hwy 47) to
Bluemound (except Lynndale Dr. (Cty A) this is part of Tuesdays
Capital Dr. North from Bluemound to Hwy 41
Northland (Cty OO)from Lynndale Dr. (Cty A) to
Bluemound West between Northland (Cty OO) and Capital
Northland (Cty OO) North of Hwy 41 from Mayflower to West
of CN railroad tracks.
Lynndale Dr. (Cty A) from Northland (Cty OO) to
All areas East of CN railroad tracks, and North of Hwy 41
(includes Potato Point area).
Northland (Cty OO) from Oneida to Richmond St. (Hwy 47) up to
Between Northland (Cty OO) and Wisconsin Ave (STH 96) west of CN
railroad tracks to Mayflower.
West Spencer St. from Casaloma to Mayflower, North to Wisconsin
Ave (STH 96).
W. Cedar Crest Ct, Serenity Ct., and Natures Lane
South of Wisconsin Avenue (except Potato Point area) from
Casaloma to S. Whitman Ave
Refuse and Recycling
Refuse and Recyling Routes Map 1.6 MB
All single-family, 2, 3 and 4-family households are required to
participate in the automated collection program. Properties are
issued a refuse and a recycling cart that must be used for your
weekly trash pickup and bi-weekly recycling pickup. Automated
collection trucks are equipped with specially designed arms that
grasp, lift and empty the Town-issued refuse or recycling
carts. Trash or recyclables outside of the automated
container will not be collected.
Participation in Automated Refuse/Recycling Collection is
mandatory - and easy as 1- 2 - 3:
1: Fill your automated container with only
household trash or recyclables. Please bag your trash before
placing in the container to reduce litter, keep container clean and
prevent spilling. Recyclables do not need to be sorted and
should not be bagged within the cart. To ensure collection,
containers filled with trash may not exceed the weight limits
marked on the lids.
2: Close lid, grasp container handles firmly with
both hands and wheel the cart to the curb or point of collection on
your collection day. Your containers may not be collected if
placed out after 6 a.m. on your collection day.
3: Set your automated cart at the curbside or
point of collection, wheels and handle facing your home. Make
sure your containers are at least 5 feet from any other containers,
parked cars, mailboxes, fences, trees, away from over-head wires or
any other structures so that the automated collection truck can
pick up your containers. After collection, remove your containers
from the street by 6 p.m.
Automated Refuse and Recycling: Cart Order Form
Automated Refuse and Recycling: Frequently Asked
The Town will not collect auto parts, collect chemicals,
construction materials, dirt, electronics, hazardous waste, hot
ashes or coals, paint, motor oil, or rocks.
prohibits residents from disposing aluminum cans, appliances, CD
players, cell phones, computers (along with mice, keyboards,
monitors, and other accessories), corrugated cardboard, DVD
players, fax machines, glass bottles and jars, lead acid batteries,
magazines, motor oil, newspapers, office paper, plastic containers,
printers, steel (tin) cans, televisions, tires, VCR's, and yard
waste into their regular refuse.
Please call Advance Disposal at 1-800-279-1930 to arrange pickup
for bulky items. The Bulky collection
schedule is every other Wednesday of each month starting January
15th. Collection fees are as follows:
Residents may drop off pharmaceuticals, drugs, and other
medicines at two collection points operated by the Outagamie County
Department of Solid Waste.
If you do not see the item you would like to dispose of or
recycle please refer to the Fox Cities Area Guide to Recycling
& Reuse, published by the Outagamie County Department of Solid Waste,
contains information on how to properly dispose of or recycle
ammunition, anti-freeze, appliances, automobiles, batteries, bubble
wrap, cardboard, clothing, computers, electronics, explosives, fire
extinguishers, fireworks, fuel oil, gasoline, hazardous materials,
household items, ink jet (printer) cartridges, kerosene, light
bulbs, metal, oil, packing "peanuts", paint, paper, plastic bags,
polystyrene foam, propane, shoes, solvents, thermometers,
thermostats, tires, and wood.
2014 Free Tire
Outagamie County Solid Waste sponsors free disposal of tires to
all Outagamie County municipalities April 14 - 18 and September 15
Only municipalities may bring tires to the Outagamie
County landfill, during normal business hours at no charge.
Residents coming to the Outagamie County landfill will be charged
our regular tire disposal rates. Tire size of 18" or less
and 4 tires per household will be accepted at no charge (rims are
ok). All tires exceeding 18" in size will be charged $4.00 per tire
or $150.00 per ton.
This program is for households only. NO BUSINESS
TIRES ARE ACCEPTED.
OC Drug Drop
Outagamie County residents now have the opportunity to dispose
of unused and unwanted pet and human medications at two locations:
Check out our website at www.OCdrugdrop.org
City of Appleton Police Dept,
located at 222 S. Walnut Street, Appleton. 24 hours a day, 7 days a
New London Police Dept, located at
700 Shiocton Street, New London. 8:00 am to Midnight 7 days a
City of Seymour Police Dept, located
at 306 N. Main Street, Seymour. Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 4:00
The following electronics are banned from landfill
disposal and must be recycled:
Check our website at www.RecycleMoreOutagamie.org
to find locations that accept electronics for recycling.
All kinds of batteries are recyclable, but not through your
curbside collection. Please check our website for locations.
We now accept mattress and box springs to be recycled. The
mattresses are sent to a new local business, Midwest Mattress
Recovery in Watertown, WI.
This program is completely voluntary and the cost to recycle is
To reduce public health risks such as accidental needle sticks,
Wisconsin law requires all citizens to manage needles, lancets and
syringes safely. It is illegal to put sharps in
the trash or with recyclables.
For a list of drop off locations please check our website at: www.RecycleMoreOutagamie.org
Fox Cities Area Guide to Recycling & Reuse
The Town of Grand Chute does not collect leaves or yard waste
(placing them in the roadway is in violation of ordinance number
16.05). You may take materials to City of Appleton drop-off sites:
Municipal Services Building
2625 E. Glendale Ave. [920-832-5588]
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
North of Valley Transit
701 S. Whitman Ave. [920-832-5589]
April - November
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
BOTH SITES ARE CLOSED TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY.
Please check the City of Appleton website for the most
Both sites accept grass clippings, brush, yard waste, and motor
oil. There are two brush piles at the sites, one for brush 4" or
less, and another for brush larger than 4" in diameter. Both sites
have chipped mulching material available to residents at no cost.
Site attendants are available for questions.
The chipping process will remain the same for April through
October (except July).
Please have tree branches and brush out by 7:00 a.m. on
In the event that Town crews cannot complete the collection
route on Tuesday, brush pick-up will continue that week until the
route is completed.
If you miss the scheduled pick-up, you may take it to the
Outagamie County Landfill or City of Appleton yard waste
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