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Posted on: October 22, 2020

Solid Waste Roll-Out Container Replacements


Have you recently received a hanger notice on your roll-out container? Here is some additional information.

The Solid Waste Division is beginning the process of replacing all short, square-bodied roll-out containers. This replacement is necessary because the new sanitation trucks cannot pick up this style of roll-out container. Most of these square-bodied roll-out containers have been in service for over 15 years, so it is simply time for replacement due to the change of our equipment and the age of the roll-out containers.

Starting the week of November 2, it is important that customers take their short, square-bodied roll-out container to the curb on your normal service day—regardless of if you have trash that needs to be picked up. The sanitation crew will pick up and remove your square-bodied roll-out container and replace it with a new style (taller) roll-out container at the curb.  Please do not bring your square bodied roll-out container back to your house, and instead wait until your new roll-out container is at the curb.

The week of November 2 will be the first phase of replacement, and it is planned that the second phase will take place in late November or early December.  If you have a short, square bodied roll-out container and did not receive this hanger notice, please continue to use your existing roll-out until you receive a hanger notice.

The Solid Waste Division appreciates your help and understanding though this transition. If there are any questions, please contact the Solid Waste Division at (307) 587-2958.

Thank you for your support and understanding as we complete this transition.

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