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Town of Marcy Residents and Businesses

The Town is now a collection site for discarded Go Green Bulbs, CFL Collected at the Town Clerk's and Public Work's office. If the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority mandates any new item(s) to recycle, you will receive a supplement to this schedule. If you have any questions, please feel free to call your Highway Superintendent/Sanitation Supervisor: Vito J. Sciortino Jr. at 865-8223

2012 2013 2014

TOWN OF MARCY

SANITATION & RECYCLING SCHEDULE

2012 2013 2014

All pickups coincide with your garbage collection. All garbage, recyclables and large bulky items at roadside by 6:00 AM, but not sooner than the day before. NOTE: Ashes and sawdust MUST BE PUT IN PLASTIC BAGS. Flying ashes and sawdust can cause blindness! Please do not use bleach on garbage or recyclable bags or cans as it can cause blindness and it ruins clothes. When a Holiday falls on a Monday through Thursday, we will collect your garbage and recyclables on the day after. If the Holiday falls on a Friday, we will do our collection on Thursday. Please leave garbage and recyclables out the next day too, as sometimes we run out of time. Holidays observed by the Sanitation Department: New Year's Day, President's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. The garbage and recyclables must be on the side of the driveway opposite from the mailbox. (If mailbox is on the left, then the garbage and recyclables will be on the right. side of the driveway.)

Thank You for your cooperation!

Electronic Waste Requirements for Solid/Hazardous Waste Facilities and Haulers/Transporters

Solid Waste Management Facilities, Hazardous Waste Management Facilities and Waste Haulers/Transporters play an important role in ensuring the success of the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act. More information on their requirements are detailed in Section 272611 of the NYS Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act (PDF) (39 kB).

Glass: To be washed, lids removed. (NO window panes, light bulbs,

FOOD & BEVERAGE GLASS METAL & AEROSOL CANS MILK & JUICE CARTONS JUICE BOXES Collected each week PLASTICS Check the bottom of plastic containers for these symbols 7 Collected each week NEWSPAPERS* CORRUGATED CARDBOARD* MAGAZINES* FLAT CARDBOARD* (Cereal boxes, cake mix boxes, Gift boxes, Laundry detergent boxes, Paper towel cylinders, Pizza boxes, etc.) Collected each week JUNK MAIL (Envelopes, Rules paper, Office paper, Colored paper) Collected each week GREEN WASTE (Lawn clippings, Leaves, Flowers, Shrubs) (Tree trimmings, Root balls, Cut off Trees & Shrubs) Collected each week Till Dec 1st Corning glass or pottery.)

Solid Waste or Hazardous Waste Management Facility Requirements

1. In accordance with the disposal ban requirements of Section 27-2611 of the Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act, note the following dates when covered electronic equipment may no longer be accepted for disposal at a solid waste or hazardous waste management facility: April 1, 2011 - from any electronic equipment manufacturer, retailer, or owner or operator of an electronic waste collection site, consolidation facility, or recycling facility. January 1, 2012 - from any person other than an individual, or household consumer. January 1, 2015 - from any person. 2. Beginning January 1, 2012, an owner or operator of a solid waste management facility or hazardous waste management facility must educate users of such facility on the proper methods for the recycling of electronic waste. Such education shall include: providing written information to users (i.e. residents, businesses, waste haulers/transporters, etc.) of such facility regarding the proper methods for recycling electronic waste; and posting, in conspicuous locations at such facility, signs stating that electronic waste may not be disposed of at the facility as required by the NYS Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act.

Metal Containers: Tin & aluminum cans, washed out, empty aerosol cans, (NO paint, Pesticide or Chemical aerosol cans.) (Empty paint cans: covers off, set along side of garbage.) Milk & Juice Cartons, Juice Boxes: (Washed out) Plastics marked:

7 To be washed out, lids removed, placed in Yellow Recycle container, or marked can. If not marked with symbol above, throw in garbage. All Paper & Cardboard Loose: Placed in recycle container. Newspapers & Ads*: Loose in container. Corrugated Cardboard*: Boxes must be broken down (3'x3') not to exceed 40 lbs. (No waxed or plastic coated cardboard). Magazines*, Glossy Catalogs*: Loose Flat Cardboard*: Remove paper, foil or plastic liner, plastic carrying handles. Flatten empty boxes, loose. Note: *Place all recyclables in Yellow Recycle or labeled container. Loose

Solid Waste Hauler/Transporter Requirements

Beginning January 1, 2012, persons engaged in the collection of solid waste for delivery to a NYS solid waste management facility (i.e. private or municipal solid waste haulers/transporters) shall provide written information to users (i.e. residents, businesses, government entities, etc.) of such facility regarding the proper methods for the recycling of electronic waste.

Junk Mail: Loose

Put out with recyclables loose in containers. Shredded Paper - in a clear plastic bag

Example Written Information

The following is an example of written information which may be provided to users of the above facilities or hauler/transporter services: "New York State law requires manufacturers to take responsibility for recycling many types of electronic equipment they have produced, such as computers, computer peripherals, televisions, small scale servers, and small electronic equipment, etc. Manufacturers now provide free and convenient acceptances programs for NYS consumers to properly reuse and recycle their waste electronic

Green Waste: To be placed out in clear plastic bags only! Not weighing more

than 40 lbs. If garbage is mixed with green waste or green waste is not in clear plastic bags, it will not be picked up. Tree Trimmings: Cut 8 to 10 foot lengths, no larger than 10" diameter. Limit 1 Pile 4 foot high by 8 foot long, butt or cut end facing the road. Brush and limbs 4 foot and shorter tied in 40 lb. bundles. No brush or trees from land clearing projects will be picked up.

No Contractor's Debris

TOWN OF MARCY SANITATION & RECYCLING SCHEDULE

TO END THE CONFUSION AS TO WHEN THE FIRST FULL WEEK OF THE MONTH BEGINS, A LIST FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE IS AS FOLLOWS:

2012

JAN 1-7 FEB 5-11 MAR 4-10 APR 1-7 MAY 6-12 JUN 3-9 JUL 1-7 AUG 5-11 SEP 2-8 OCT 7-13 NOV 4-10 DEC 2-8 JAN 6-12 FEB 3-9 MAR 3-9 APR 7-13 MAY 5-11 JUN 2-8

2013

JUL 7-13 AUG 4-10 SEP 1-7 OCT 6-12 NOV 3-9 DEC 1-7 JAN 5-11 FEB 2-8 MAR 2-8 APR 6-12 MAY 4-10 JUN 1-7

2014

JUL 6-12 AUG 3-9 SEP 7-13 OCT 5-11 NOV 2-8 DEC 7-13

Christmas Trees Jan 23-27-2012

Christmas Trees Jan 22-25, 2013

Christmas Trees Jan 21-24, 2014

PROPANE CYLINDERS: The Town will NOT pick up Propane Cylinders. You can take them to: The Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority 80 Leland Avenue, Utica, New York Batteries: Automotive acid type ­ NO LIMIT. Tires: Not mounted on rims or wheels ­ 2 per household ONLY. Appliances: Stoves, refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers. Doors removed from all appliances. (Must be garbage-free and empty). Hot water tanks, pots and pans, metal lawn chairs, metal storm windows, doors. Tables, chairs, and metal cabinets, air conditioners & dehumidifiers. Light Metal: Bicycles, lawn mowers, swing sets and all light metals cut into 6 foot lengths. Heavy Metals: Cast iron, Cast iron tubs, sinks, pumps, engine blocks and all heavy steel. All fuel tanks cut in half. Drum or pails larger than five (5) gallons must be cut in half. Household Furnishings: Stuffed furniture, box springs, mattresses, tables, chairs, televisions, stereos, vacuum cleaners, microwaves, computers, rugs (in 4 foot lengths), pads, telephones, coffemakers, Artificial xmas trees. Construction & Demolition Debris: Small projects will be picked up if properly bundled or boxed ­ 6 foot lengths, limit four (4) boxes or bundles per household, NOT to exceed 40 lbs. each. Also ceramic and fiberglass sinks, toilets and bathtubs. Fiberglass tub enclosures and hot tubs. NO CONTRACTORS DEBRIS: Large projects must hire Dumpster Service.

not more than 50 pounds.

1st FULL WEEK OF EACH MONTH (Tires, Batteries, Appliances) (All Light & Heavy Metals) Must be separated from Garbage.

2nd FULL WEEK OR EACH MONTH

(Large Household Furnishings)

3rd FULL WEEK OF EACH MONTH (Construction & Demolition Debris)

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