In June of 2009 the County Commissioners' gave their approval to
start a curbside recycling program in the newly formed "Suburban" area
of the county. This new service is available to any Western Oregon Waste
customer with at least once a month garbage service that resides in the
Check out our map or give us a call to find out if you are in the zone!
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Request your cart today!
Email us at email@example.com
Give us a call 503.472.3176
If you are currently putting recyclable material in your garbage
cart, you could save by changing your service level. WOW offers many
different levels of service to fit your needs. 90 gallon and 32 gallon
trash carts that can be serviced once a month, every other week and
Yes, Please! Throw it in!
If you forget what yes and no items are just look on the top of your cart and follow the instructions.
Aluminum, aluminum cans, aluminum foil, aluminum pie tins, aseptic
cartons, brass, butter tubs, cardboard, cast iron, catalogs, cereal
boxes, colored paper, construction paper, copper, drink boxes, envelopes
with or without windows, file folders, frozen juice container lids,
glossy publications, gray-board, iron, junk mail (opened), labels,
magazines, milk jugs, newspaper, newspaper inserts, nursery pots, paper
bags, paper clips, paper drink cartons, paper milk cartons, phonebooks,
plastic bottles, plastic soda bottles, plastic soft drink bottles,
plastic tubs, plastic buckets, post-it notes, scrap metal, shoe boxes,
staples, steel, stickers, strip shredded paper, tablet backing,
telephone books, empty aerosol cans, tin cans, water bottles, and yogurt
Motor Oil - can be placed beside the cart in a clear plastic containers with a tight fitting lid. Plastic milk jugs are perfect.
No, Thank you. Keep it out!
Glass, books, broken glass, confetti shredded paper, film negatives,
food wrappers, food-contaminated paper, frozen juice boxes, glass
bottles, glass jars, frozen juice containers, motor oil bottles, paint
cans, paper plates, paper reams, paper tissue, paper towels, pesticide
bottles, photographs, plastic bags, plastic cups, Pyrex, used coffee
cups, wood, and yard debris.