GARBAGE AND RECYCLING PICK-UP

Operated by the Department of Public Works

Garbage and Commingled Recycling pick-up:

1st Ward - Monday

2nd Ward - Tuesday

3rd Ward - Wednesday

4th Ward - Thursday

Cardboard and Paper Recycling pick up:

1st Ward - 1st Friday of Month

2nd Ward - 2nd Friday of Month

3rd Ward - 3rd Friday of Month

4th Ward - 4th Friday of Month

Leaf and Yard pick up:

1st Ward - Monday

2nd Ward - Tuesday

3rd Ward - Wednesday

4th Ward - Thursday

PORT JERVIS DUMP

ORANGE COUNTY TRANSFER STATION

84 Tow Path Rd. Port Jervis, NY 12771  (map)
Normal Weekly Hours of Operation:

Monday 8am-3pm

Tuesday -8am-3pm

Wednesday - 8am-3pm

Thursday - 8am-3pm

Friday - 8am-3pm

Saturday - 8am-Noon

Sunday - CLOSED

GARBAGE

All bag must be in a garbage container. Loose Bags will NOT be picked up.

Garbage Cans/Receptacles must NOT Exceed 35 gallons

COMMINGLED RECYCLING GUIDE

Download and Print

Print the attached graphic and place it on your fridge to help with deciding what can be recycled. This quick reference guide can help you easily distinguish items that are and are-not able to go into commingle recycling bins. Commingle recycling aims to divert more waste from landfill by making it easier for people to recycle their waste, an increase in the volume of recyclable waste being collected diverts waste from landfills.

GLASS

CAN BE RECYLCED

CAN NOT BE RECYCLED

Baby Food Jars

Beer Bottles

Beverage Bottles

Condiment Bottles

Jelly Bottles

Pasta Sauce Bottles

Perfume Bottles

Pickle/Pickling Jars

Mason Jars

Olive Oil Bottles

Wine Bottles

Light Bulbs

Crystal Glass

Baking Dishware

Mirrors

Vases

Windows (including car)

Frosted Glass

Eye Glasses

Pyrex

PAPER AND CARDBOARD

CAN BE RECYLCED

CAN NOT BE RECYCLED

Cardboard Boxes

Pizza Boxes

Newspapers

Tissue Boxes

Cereal Boxes

Phone Books

Paper Bags

Envelopes and Mail

Pieces of Paper

Toilet Paper Rolls

Greeting Cards

Juice Boxes

Milk Cartons

Ice Cream Cartons

Soup Cartons

Broth Cartons

Wine Boxes

Waxed Paper

Cardboard with Food

Plastic-coated Paper

METAL

CAN BE RECYLCED

CAN NOT BE RECYCLED

Soda Cans

Aeresol Cans

Tin Foil

Aluminum Cans

Aluminum Takeout

Aluminum Pie Molds

Bicycles

Wire Hangers

Pots and Pans

Wires

Cables

PLASTICS

CAN BE RECYLCED

Water Bottles

Juice Containers

Ketchup Bottles

Detergent Containers

Plastic Cups

Yogurt Containers

Take-out Containers

Shampoo Containers

PET Plastics

HDPE Plastics

CAN NOT BE RECYCLED

Plastic Bags

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT TIME OF DAY WILL MY GARBAGE BE PICKED UP?

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WHEN IS IT OKAY TO PUT MY GARBAGE AND RECYCLING OUT?

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WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON'T GET A PERMIT?

The property owner may be subject to legal action for failure to obtain a building permit. If you carry out a renovation project that requires a building permit without having one, Village Building Department representatives may issue a "Stop Work" and or a "Cease and Desist" order, which remains in effect until you obtain a  permit. If the work doesn't meet the requirements of the Building Code, you may well have to redo the work at your own cost. 

Work performed with out a required building permit may hold up the sale of your property in the future and may also affect an insurance claim. Before any work begins on your home, check with your insurance representative, who can explain exactly what is needed to ensure continuous and adequate coverage, both during and after the renovation.

WHAT ELECTRONICS CAN BE RECYCLED?

Orange County Transfer Stations should now be accepting Electronics for Recycling. Electronics are not accepted as part of the weekly DPW pickup.

Accepted items include televisions, printers, fax machines, stereos and stereo equipment, computer monitors and towers, scanners, small servers, cables/wires, laptops, cell and smart phones, tablets, video game consoles, DVD players, VCRs, and digital music players.

Televisions (e.g. Cathode Ray Tubes and flat screens), will be accepted at a rate of $20 per unit with no restriction on size. All other accepted electronics will be received free of charge. Small appliances, microwaves and vacuum cleaners are not included in this program. 

ARE LEAVES PICKED UP ALL YEAR LONG?

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