3/23/20: Trash and Recycling Collection Update Due to COVID-19:
Curbside Trash and Recycling Collection remains on schedule. Please continue to place barrels curbside on your regularly scheduled day.
Starting the week of Monday, 3/30/20, there will be no the collection of White Goods and CRTs (tvs and computer monitors etc.) for the next couple of weeks.
The Yardwaste Center will be closed on Wednesday, 4/1/20 but will be open on Saturday, 4/4/20. On Saturday, 4/4/20, no punch ticket will be required but proof of residency will be checked.
The Town will update residents on any changes as we move forward.
Residents are reminded to have their Trash and Recycling placed curbside by 6:30 am on their collection day.
Once trash and recycling have been collected, residents should pull their barrels off of the street.
Russell Disposal Phone Numbers:
- Missed Trash or Recycling Collection: (617) 776-5854
- Order Additional Trash & Recycling Barrels: (617) 776-5127
- Schedule a Bulk Item Pickup: (617) 776-5854
No trash or recycling collections will be made on the following legal holidays:
New Year's Day Labor Day
Martin Luther King Day Columbus Day
President's Day Veteran's Day
Patriot's Day Thanksgiving Day
Memorial Day Christmas Day
If the holidays listed occur on a weekday, collection shall be made the day following the scheduled pick-up for that week and any following collection days shall be similarly adjusted. For example, if a holiday falls on a Friday, the fifth day of collection will be Saturday. As a further example, if a holiday falls on a Monday, Monday's collection will be made on Tuesday; etc.
Recycling Bylaw Enforcement Begins July 1, 2012
As a reminder, participation in Wilmington's recycling program is mandatory under the Town's current "Recycling By-Law" which is included in the "By-laws of the Inhabitants of the Town of Wilmington, Revised", Chapter 5, Section 2A. The by-law states in part:
"...residents of every household are required to separate recyclable material from the solid waste stream...Failure to separate recyclable material from the solid waste stream may result in failure of the solid waste collection contractor to collect solid waste from the residence which violates this By-Law."
|Joseph Lobao||Business and Utility Manager|
|Jamie Magaldi, PE, MCA||Operations Manager/Tree Warden|
|Michael J. Woods||Public Works Director|