Trash & Recyclables Pickup
Advanced Disposal Services (ADS) is Blooming Grove's trash and recycling hauler. ADS purchased Veolia in November of 2012, but the service itself isn't changing. It will be the same people with the same trucks picking up your trash and recyclables every Monday, except on Memorial Day and Labor Day, and when a holiday falls on a Monday. When holidays fall on Mondays, they will pick up on Tuesdays. Trash must be placed in your cart and wheeled out to the street on collection days. Recyclables should also be placed in your recycling cart and wheeled to the street for collection. 2013 and 2014 schedules of trash and recycling pickups can be found here: 2013 calendar
2014 Calendar: /uploads/ckfiles/files/131212132059_0001(1).pdf
ADS also picks up large items like appliances, construction materials, lawn mowers, and furniture. Residents must call for special pick up of these items since there is an extra charge for it. If you have items that do not fit in your trash or recycling carts, please contact ADS at 251.7878 for an additional pickup. The price list of special items can be found by clicking the following link: /uploads/ckfiles/files/DOC020912%20(1).pdf
Have you ever wondered what you can and can't put in your recycling? We have that information here as well. Click this link: /uploads/ckfiles/files/DOC020912.pdf for the recycling guidelines according to ADS. If you need a new cart, would like to set up a large item pickup, need more information, or have problems with trash/recycling pickup contact Veolia at 251-7878 and they'll help you out.
The Town’s Public Works department picks up yard waste (defined as grass clippings
and leaves) twice every year. In the Spring pick up is between April 1 and May 15. In the fall it’s October 15 through December 1 (or until it snows). Your yard waste must be placedin bags weighing less than 40 pounds. Do not put any other trash in or near these bags! We are suggesting residentsuse paper bags such as these:
http://www.farmandfleet.com/products/441610-lawn_and_leaf_bags.html?lref=%2fcatalog%2ffind.aspx%3ft%3dpaper%2bbags#.TzQxqlzOV2A to aid in the speed and efficiency of chipping.
The Blooming Grove brush collection program serves property owners who maintain their own property, and is provided throughout the year. Chipping is done according to the schedule below with the exact days or dates not determined. Weather, other priorities and availability all dictact when chipping is picked up, but a good rule to adhere to is to have your chipping out by Monday morning at 7am, and it will be picked up by the Friday of that same week by Noon.
January, February, and March: 1 week each month (once a month)
April and May: Once per week (every week)
June, July, and August: twice per month (every other week)
September and October: Once per week (every week)
November and December: 1 week each month (once a month)
General rules for brush collection:
· Remove all roots, stumps and dirt.
· The diameter of the branches must be 5” or less.
· Stack brush with the cut ends facing in the same direction.
· Place the brush near the street, but not in it. Avoid placing the brush in front of or near trees, parked cars, fire hydrants, utility poles, mail boxes or other obstructions.
· Material cut by contractors will not be collected.
The following will not be collected:
· Brush cut or trimmed by contractors, utility companies, or contractors hired by utility companies.
· Roots, stumps and dirt.
· Branches over 5” in diameter.
· Piles not neatly stacked (with the cut ends facing in the same direction).
· Material cleared from lots or undeveloped property.
If you have any questions or would like a free load of chips, don’t hesitate to call Public Works at 575-2369.
The only place to properly dispose of hazardous materials is to the Dane County Clean Sweep. It is located on Fish Hatchery Road just north of the Beltline, and will take anything from oil to paint, and everything in between. Make sure they'll take whatever you have by visiting their website here: http://www.danecountycleansweep.com/