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CITY GARBAGE ROUTE MAP (click here for map)

2018 RECYCLING/BULK SCHEDULE (click here)

ITEMS TO BE RECYCLED - NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, OFFICE PAPER (Glossy inserts, catalogs, mail circulars, phone books, paperback books, cereal boxes, envelopes, wrapping paper, etc.); PLASTIC AND ASEPTIC CONTAINERS (This includes plastic bottles with threaded caps, the recycling symbol 1 thru 5 &7.  All plastic bottles must be rinsed out completely.  Juice and milk cartons are also accepted.  Accepting TYPE 1 thru 5 & TYPE 7.  Look for the recycling symbol on the container; CARDBOARD (FLATTENED) (Clean cardboard only.  Must be broken down and flattened and placed inside the cart); GLASS (CLEAR-BROWN-GREEN) (All bottles and jars must be rinsed out.  No window glass, light bulbs, TV tubes, drinking glass, etc.); TIN & BI-METAL CANS (Soup, vegetable, juice cans, etc.  All cans must be rinsed out completely); ALUMINUM (Aluminum beverage cans only.  No aluminum foil, TV dinner trays, etc.). 

Place your recyclables in the special recycling containers provided.  These containers are to be left with the residence if you move. Please keep your recyclables separate from your other garbage and easily accessible. Keep carts at least three feet apart and away from other objects (mailboxes, light poles, etc.) Fort Atkinson recycling is every other week, serviced same day as trash services.

Bulk services are limited to two cubic yards and can be handled by one person.

To schedule any Freon appliance pickups and payment, please call our office at 920-563-4505

NO MEDICAL WASTE
i.e. needles, rubber gloves, oxygen tubes, IV bags, etc. 

NO YARD WASTE – it is illegal to landfill these items. 

NO WET PAINT or HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – please contact your County Courthouse regarding disposal of these items. 

EMPTY or DRY PAINT CANS – These items may be placed in the standard trash containers. 

 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE - There will be NO garbage pickup on the following days: Thanksgiving Day * Christmas Day * New Year’s Day * Memorial Day * July 4th * Labor Day.  Collections will be one day later (working on Saturdays) when the holiday falls during the week.

COMPOST SITE - The City of Fort Atkinson’s Compost Site will be opening on Saturday, April 7, 2018 for the season.  The hours will be Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and Wednesdays – 3:00 p.m. to Sunset. 

Fort Atkinson area residents may dispose of leaves/grass clippings/garden waste and brush.  Items such as concrete/rocks/plastic/lumber and paper are NOT accepted.  The electronic waste trailer will be open during the same hours at the compost site.

Due to an increase in recycling costs, there will be a $20.00 fee per old style television, console televisions and old style computer monitors.  Please have exact change or check when dropping off these items.

Electronic items such as flat screen TVs, flat screen computer monitors, laptop computers, printers, computer peripherals, DVD players, digital video recorders, VCRs, fax machines, radios, CD players, and cell phones may be dropped off at no charge.

Household appliances are also accepted for recycling.  Items such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, dishwashers, toasters, microwaves, vacuum cleaners, blenders, toaster ovens, air conditioners, and any other small household appliances may be dropped off at no charge. All refrigerators and freezers must be clean, have the doors removed and all glass shelving removed before they are dropped off.

Other items NOT accepted at the compost site are glass, batteries of any kind, light bulbs, smoke detectors, mercury containing devices, X-Ray devices, exit signs, contaminated medical equipment, any material containing PCB’s, furniture and items that are run by gasoline/diesel/kerosene due to a fire hazard.

 
CLEAN SWEEP(click here for information)

ELECTRONIC - APPLIANCE - LAWN EQUIPMENT RECYCLING (through County)  (click here for information)

TIRE RECYCLING (click here for information)

 

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