Garbage is collected every Tuesday by Harter's Fox Valley Disposal.
For garbage collection issues please call Harter's at 888-804-8556. - carts out by 5:00am.
Recycling is collected every other Tuesday by Orion Waste Solutions.
For recycling collection issues please call Orion Waste Solutions at 920-759-0501.
FOR COLLECTION ISSUES - PLEASE CONTACT HARTERS OR ORION DIRECTLY.
2020 Hazardous Waste Collections
Residents are encouraged to dispose of hazardous materials, by appointment only, at hazardous waste collections held at Outagamie County Recycling & Solid Waste.
Appointments are required for ALL collection dates!
Registerhere or call (920) 832-5277
Wednesday, May 13 Saturday, May 16 Wednesday, June 10
Saturday, June 13 Wednesday, July 8 Saturday, July 11
Wednesday, August 5 Saturday, August 8 Wednesday, September 16
Saturday, September 19 Wednesday, October 21 Saturday, October 24
If residents are unable to attend a scheduled collection date and time,
Outagamie County residents may utilize the Brown County permanent facility for free.
Brown County Hazardous Waste Facility
2561 S Broadway Drive
Thursday: 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
2020 Free Tire Recycling Weeks April 20-24 & September 14-18
Outagamie County Recycling & Solid Waste sponsors two free tire disposal weeks for
all Outagamie County municipalities.
This program accepts tires 18” or less in size and limits 4 tires per household. Tires
exceeding 18” in size will be charged $6.00 per tire or $200.00 per ton.
This program is for households only. NO BUSINESS TIRES ARE ACCEPTED.
The following electronics must be recycled per State law:
TVs & video display devices
DVD or VCR players
For a full list of electronic collectors visit the Wisconsin DNR website at: www.dnr.wi.gov/topic/Ecycle/
Proper Sharps/Needle Disposal and Medication Drop-off Sites
For the safety of the recycling and landfill staff, all needles, lancets and syringes must be properly disposed of
and NOT placed in the garbage or recycling. Wisconsin law requires all citizens to manage these sharps safely.
Community members can now drop off used sharps in appropriate containers at no cost at the following
participating Roundy’s Pharmacy Locations:
2400 W Wisconsin Ave. Appleton WI 54914
2700 N Ballard Rd. Appleton WI 54911
511 W Calumet St. Appleton WI 54915
828 Fox Point Plaza. Neenah WI 54956
1940 Koeller St. Oshkosh WI 54902
For more information visit Outagamie County Public Health at www.outagamie.org
See Calendar for Garbage & Recycle Schedule
Gasoline/Fuel Additives Drain & Oven Cleaners
(NO ON-SITE DUMPING OF GAS) Pool Chemicals
Brake, Starter & Transmission Fluids Household Cleaners
Engine Oil/Anti-Freeze Polishes & Aerosols
Lead Acid Batteries
Garden & Lawn Care: Miscellaneous:
Herbicides/Insecticides Oil & Lead Paints
Weed Killer Paint Thinners/Strippers
Poisons Spray Paints/Adhesives
Latex Paint Disposal
Latex paint is not hazardous since it is made from water. Consider donating usable paint to friends, neighbors, theater groups or housing assistance organizations.
Latex paint disposal instructions:
For small amounts: remove the lid and let dry in the can. Stir the paint occasionally to speed dry.
For large amounts: line a box with a plastic bag. Place an absorbent material (kitty litter, sawdust, oil dry) on bottom, pour a layer of paint and repeat as necessary.
Dispose of the dried paint and cans in the regular garbage.
Recycling Guidelines: Recycling FAQ's Cart Request Form Additional Information
How to place your recycling at the curb
• Place all recyclable material in cart. There is no need to separate paper from glass, aluminum, plastic and tin.
• Do not place trash in your recycling cart.
• Be sure to have recyclables at the curb the night before your collection day or by 6:00 am on your day of collection. Recycling trucks will not return for late set outs.
• Please keep your recycle cart at least 4 ft away from your trash cart. The best solution is to place your recycling and trash cart on opposite sides of your driveway.
Town of Vandenbroek
Outagamie County, Wisconsin