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Date:
April 25, 2020
Time:
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location:
City of Dyersville
Address:
Dyersville, IA 52040
Contact:
563-875-7724
Email:
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Spring Clean Up - Residents with Tuesday Pickup

Saturday, April 25, 2020

For residents with Tuesday Garbage Pick Up

Frequently asked questions in regards to the City Wide Clean Up Days:

  • Who’s included? Anyone inside the City Limits of Dyersville, Peosta, Edgewood, Earlville, Strawberry Point, Greeley, Luxemburg, New Vienna and Colesburg. If you live outside the city limits you are not included, even if you are our customer. The Cities pay us for this service.
  • When can I start putting my stuff out? Most Cities ask that you do not put your stuff out until the Friday night before your scheduled clean-up day. Everything MUST be out by 7am on the morning of your clean-up day at your normal collection site.
  • Does it matter how I put it out? Yes, we ask that items be contained. Put all small stuff in bags or boxes. We have had people throw stuff all over the ground and our employees would spend a lot of time picking stuff up. We will no longer do that. Everything must be contained or it will be uncollected. Larger items are ok to be left without bagging however; they cannot be any larger then it would take for two people to pick up.
  • I live in Dyersville; Can I buy tags for large appliances, televisions, computer monitors and tires? - Unfortunately this service isn’t offered this year for Dyersville residents. You can bring your items to our trash transfer station at 2022 325th Ave Dyersville for disposal for a fee. Our hours are 7:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday and Saturday 8 to Noon. No appointment needed.
  • What is considered a large appliance? Refrigerators, freezers, microwaves, stoves, dishwashers, water heaters, washing machines, dryers, dehumidifiers, water chillers, etc.
  • Is it ok to put out small appliances? Yes, only major appliances require a tag. All small appliances are ok to put out. For example, we will take toasters, blenders, mixers, vacuum cleaners, hair dryers, power tools, crock pots, coffee makers, printers.. etc.
  • How about furniture? Yes, we will take any type of furniture. We will also take mattress’.
  • I cut down a tree in my backyard, will you take the wood? No, sorry no yard waste.
  • Will you take paint, stain or chemicals? No. We will not take any liquid what-so-ever. However, if you have dried out paint cans, we can take them, but only if the lids are popped open and we can verify if it’s dry. When in doubt, we will leave it uncollected.
  • I remodeled a bedroom and I have all the old drywall. Can I put that out? No. We will take a very small amount of building materials. For example, if you had a half sheet of drywall or a few boards in your garage. We will take that. We will not take a whole remodel project worth of debris.
  • I am taking down my deck, can I put that out? No
  • Will you take an old grill? Yes we will take the grill but we cannot take the gas tank.
  • Will you take old clothes and shoes? Yes, they must be contained in bags or boxes. We do encourage you to donate them if possible.
  • I took out my retaining wall will you take the old bricks and railroad ties? No. We will take a few retaining blocks or pavers. We will not take railroad ties.
  • I have an old lawnmower, will you take it? Yes, we will take it but all gas and oil must be drained. **we will not take any liquids so therefore no gas or oil cannot be in the unit.
  • What else won’t you take? We won’t take stockpiled daily garbage, no rocks, no concrete, no building & construction materials from large projects, no large amount of shingles, no fencing, no motor oil, no form of liquid, no type of explosives, no propane tanks, no batteries, no fire extinguishers, no hazardous waste, and no chemicals.
  • Bi-County Disposal drivers will use their discretion on if an item will be picked up or not.