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Over Sized Trash Containers

Trash ContainerCollection guidelines state that all refuse and yard waste containers must be 32 gallons or less and weigh no more than 50 pounds.  These specifications were part of the collection services contract with CWR.  Although not strictly enforced in the past, Canton has now enforced these guidelines in order to combat rising insurance costs, thus saving money during these economically challenging times. Guideline enforcement also helps to protect Canton Waste Recycling employees from injury.

Residents should keep in mind that their oversized containers may still be of use around the home. However, for those wishing to recycle their oversized containers, CWR will accept plastic containers for recycling, as long as they are marked as a plastic #1-7.

This information can generally be found on the bottom of the container inside the recycling triangle. If #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 appears inside the triangle, remove the handles and the wheels from the container as the plastic and metals that make up these parts cannot be recycled.  Once removed, place the can upside down next to your recycling at the curb and mark it with a sign that says "please recycle."  Only, empty containers marked as a plastic #1-7 with the wheels and handles removed and turned upside down will be accepted for recycling. All others will be left at the curb.

 



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