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Inclement Weather Information

County Waste and Recycling would like to say how grateful we are to serve you. Our #1 core value is safety. We strive to assure complete safety of our employees, customers and the public in all our operations. 

To meet these expectations, our drivers and managers are trained on multiple safety techniques and do have to occasionally make the hard decision to be unable to service areas due to inclement weather (which includes snow, ice, freezing rain, rain, mud, high winds, hail or extreme cold).

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Trash Hat Can Extender

Do you have extra trash from parties, holidays, moving or clean outs?  Our Trash Hat Can Extenders can help!

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Egg Cartons - Recycle or Reuse or Trash

Eggs are a staple in our diet being used in cooking, Easter fun, and the all-American breakfast.

In fact, each person in the country consumes more than 270 eggs every year meaning hundreds of thousands of egg cartons will either wind up in the trash, find a second use, or be recycled.

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Refer a Person or Business and Earn 3 Months Free

County Waste & Recycling created a Referral Program to reward current customers for referring anyone (friend, family member or business) to become a County Waste customer.

Referring is simple.  Just visit County-Waste.com and click on the 3 Months Free button to complete and submit the referral form.

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Winter Safety Reminder for Residential Customers

Winter residential trash and recycling collection creates a unique set of challenges for sanitation truck drivers - routes can be obstructed by snow, vehicles may be blocking roadways and driving conditions may be poor or, even worse, treacherous.

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Winter Service Tips for Business Customers

At County Waste & Recycling we strive to provide our customers with the best service possible, however, rain, snow and wind can impact our ability to safely serve you.  When we experience bad weather, please be patient with us.

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Eight Ways to Use Silica Gel Packets

Have you ever wondered why you find those tiny little packets labeled “Throw Away” and “Do Not Eat” when you purchase items such as a purse, shoes, or even food? While they may seem annoying or wasteful when you find them in a shoe box or at the bottom of your purse, these little packets actually serve an important purpose and can also be repurposed. 

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