What do you consider bulk waste?

Bulk waste includes stoves, water tanks, washing machines, furniture, and other items too large or too heavy to fit in the toter.

Construction debris, dead animals, hazardous waste, or stable matter with weights or volumes greater than those allowed for the receptacles will not be picked up. Construction Debris includes waste building materials resulting from construction, remodeling, repair, or demolition operations.

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1. When are the garbage collection days?
2. What time of the day will garbage be collected?
3. When is bulk waste collected?
4. What do you consider bulk waste?
5. When is commercial and industrial collection scheduled?
6. What holidays are observed by Allied Waste?
7. Where do I place my trash receptacle/toter?
8. What are the requirements for placing trash in the receptacle?
9. Who do I call to complain about my garbage service?
10. What are items that will not be picked up?
11. How much garbage can the trash receptacle hold?
12. How many extra bags of trash will Allied Waste pickup next to the trash receptacle?
13. Who do I contact if my trash receptacle/toter is stolen or broken and I need a new one?