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default map pin icon 3354 330th Street, Elma, IA 50628, USA
Expanded listing for: Floyd-Mitchell-Chickasaw Solid Waste Management Agency

Hours of Operation

Landfill hours of operation are 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, with all commercial loads required to be on the ground by 2:30pm, Monday through Friday unless notified otherwise. Last acceptable load of the day must be on the ground by 2:30 pm unless exempted by landfill staff. Unless otherwise notified, landfill hours shall not include Saturdays, Sundays. When winds reach 25 mph the staff will determine if waste can be contained. If not, regular haulers will be called and given the time of closing. If the Landfill closes before 1:00 pm it may reopen the next regular business day an hour early, at the staffs discretion. If you are not sure if we are open, call 877-982-4288 to confirm. If it is windy and you get the answering machine, we are probably closed. Extended Hours Policy The Agency Board has come up with an Extended Hours Policy which will allow contractor or haulers to request the landfill to be open later. Further, FMC reserves the right to close and deny disposing at the landfill at any time for any purpose, including, but not limited to the purposes of repair, maintenance and renovation of the landfill. Holidays Observed Holidays observed are New Year’s Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Day before Christmas, Christmas Day.
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Description: Current Wind Closing Policy: When winds reach 25 mph the staff will determine if waste can be contained. If not, haulers will be called and notified the time of closing. If the Landfill closes before 1:00 pm it may reopen the next regular business day an hour early, unless the landfill is already scheduled to be closed that day, or if winds are too high that morning to open for business. If you are not sure if the landfill will be open, call 877-982-4288 to confirm. If it is windy and you get the answering machine, the landfill is probably closed. Covered Load Policy: To avoid an additional $20.00 fee all loads brought to the landfill must be entirely covered with a tarp, snow fence or similar item.. This includes lumber and large objects. Ropes alone are not considered a cover. Certain "difficult to cover loads" may be exempted on a case by case basis by the scale attendant. Acceptable Material for Disposal: Users may only dispose at the landfill, in accordance with permitted procedures, Commercial, Residential, and Construction and Demolition Waste which originates from Floyd, Mitchell or Chickasaw counties in Iowa. Construction and Demolition Waste includes Solid Waste from building materials, packaging, and rubble resulting from construction, remodeling, repair, and demolition operations on pavements, houses, commercial buildings, and other structures. Such waste may include: bricks, concrete, other masonry materials, soil, asphalt, rock, lumber, pallets, crates, rebar, glass, flooring, carpet and pad (only if the result of a remodel or demolition), sheet rock, roofing, insulation, windows, siding and gutters, steel and other metals generated by Construction and Demolition operations. Empty cans, buckets or tubes holding less than 10% construction products such as paints, adhesives, solvents or sealers. Special Waste: See FMC’s Special Waste Acceptance Criteria (SWAC) which follows. Items Not Acceptable for Disposal: Items not acceptable for disposal include free liquids, deposit beverage containers, brush and yard waste (including clippings, branches, trees, etc.), hazardous waste, and red bag medical waste. Household Hazardous Waste may be disposed of April – October at our satellite facilities (dates and times subject to change), or daily at the landfill. Tires and appliances must not be commingled with other waste. They are accepted in the trailer to the west of the office. Appliances that are demolished or burned are still considered an appliance and a separate charge applies. Items that shall be Recycled: CRT’s (monitors, televisions) have a separate fee and should not be commingled with other waste. Electronics such as vcr’s, stereos, computers, etc. may be recycled at no fee.

default map pin icon 3513 78th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2C 1J7
Expanded listing for: BluPlanet Recycling
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Description: BluPlanet Recycling provides no-sorting, mixed materials recycling collection services that are tailored to suit our client’s individual need: Commercial and Offices - Commingled Plastics 1-7 Paper (all types) Cardboard Metal Cans Optional add-ons: Refundable Beverage Containers (find out about our donation programs) Electronics Organics Composting Large Volume Cardboard or Bale Removal Condos and Townhomes (Commingled) Optional Add-ons: Electronics Used Clothing Donations Organics Batteries, Compact Fluorescent Bulbs Organics Vegetable and Fruit Trimmings Meat, Dairy, and even bones Coffee grounds, filters, and wooden stir sticks Compostable plateware and serving utensils Food scraps Soiled paper towels

default map pin icon 34898 150th Street, Le Mars, IA 51031, USA
Expanded listing for: Plymouth County Solid Waste Agency

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00 pm First and Third Saturday of the Month Except November Through March Then No Saturdays Closed Holidays: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Friday before Independence Day or Monday after Independence Day pending the weekend date, Saturday before Labor Day and Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
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