Bulk trash item collection is provided at the curb on the resident’s normal collection day. A collection has a two item limit and is to be arranged by the resident calling the Republic Services Customer Service Center at 636-947-5959. While many items qualify to be collected for free, some items (such as items considered to be hazardous, tires, and concrete) are not collected while other items (such as electronics, appliances, and construction materials) incur a fee. Electronics and appliances can be disposed of for free by participating in an electronics/metals drop off event held every other month in Paul A. Schroeder City Park. Information concerning that event can be found here.
Acceptable bulk items: BBQ/grill, bicycles, box speakers, box springs/mattresses, carpet/padding (cut into bundles no longer than 4ft in length and tied with rope/twine), dried latex paint, exercise equipment, furniture (couches, chairs, dressers, tables, bookshelves, desks, headboards, etc.), hay bailed with wire, push lawnmowers, outdoor furniture, shelving units, single stage snow blowers, tables, toilets, vanities
Items placed in cardboard boxes for disposal will not be collected, all nails/stables or anything sharp that is exposed must be removed, loose materials must be bundled or in a container, and all items over 4 feet in length must be broken down or cut to 4 feet or less and bundled with rope/twine.
Non-acceptable items: ammunition, animal carcasses, appliances, auto parts, auto batteries, batteries, bathtubs, cast iron, chemicals, concrete, construction debris (shingles, drywall, vinyl siding, molding/trim, fencing, kitchen cabinets, etc.), Electronic waste, explosives, fluorescent light bulbs, lead/oil-based paint, varnish, loose trash, Styrofoam, garage doors, garage door opener motor, hazardous material, pianos/organs, propane tanks, railroad ties, riding lawnmowers, soil, tires
Contact Republic Services at 636-947-5959 with questions regarding accepted bulk pickup items.