Department Public Works
Recycling Procedures: All recycling will only be picked up on Wednesdays, except as noted during holiday weeks. We utilize facilities that accommodate single-stream recycling which means all materials to be recycled can be put in the same container. Sanitation crews will pick up paper, cardboard, glass, plastic & cans from containers placed at curbside. Paper does not have to be bundled; however, it should be placed in a manner that does not allow it to blow around. Cardboard boxes do not need to be crushed; boxes may be placed inside other boxes. Rinse out glass, plastic and tin cans prior to placing these items in the container to prevent rodent infestation and to avoid contaminating the recycling load. All recycling MUST be free of regular garbage or it will not be taken. For more information on recycling program, click the attached. Recycling Procedures
Following these procedures are earth friendly, will decrease the volume of waste that ends up in landfills and will save tax dollars.
Sanitation cannot lift cans that are over 32-gallons in size. Oversize garbage cans are not permitted and Notices of Violation will be issued for oversize cans.
Recyclables are picked up curbside throughout the Village every Wednesday except during some holiday weeks (see holiday garbage schedule).
Call Village Hall at 671-0080 to arrange for a pick up of metal objects, e.g. metal lawn furniture, satellite dishes, metal ladders, appliances, etc.
The Department of Public Works Recycling Center, located on Altamont Avenue, is open on Thursdays from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
See Recycling Pamphlet by clicking link in first paragraph above for details.
What not to bring:
Herbicides containing 2,4,5-T and 2, 4-D, such as Weed-B-Gone, kepone, explosives or fireworks, radioactive materials, infectious materials and unlabeled materials. These type of items should disposed of on an official S.T.O.P. day. For additional information about the S.T.O.P. Program and the disposal of large metal and concrete debris, call the Town of Oyster Bay Dept of Environmental Resources at 677-5935 or download this flyer.
Acceptable for electronic waste recycling:
Computer monitors and hard drives, television sets, cell phones, printers, pagers, keyboards, VCRs, copiers and fax machines and stereos.
Unacceptable for electronic waste recycling:
Small household appliances and microwave ovens.
For additional information about the S.T.O.P. Program and the disposal of large metal and concrete debris, call the Town of Oyster Bay Dept of Environmental Resources at 677-5935 or download this flyer.
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