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Weekly Residential Trash Service


  • For guaranteed pick-up, please have your trash out to the curb by 5:00 a.m. or put it out the evening before.


  • Billing will be on a quarterly (every 3 months) basis and is an ongoing service.


  • Please pay by check, money order, cash, or call us with your credit card information. We do not keep credit card information on file. You can also pay online here. Please use your invoice to find the account number and the amount due.

  • Quarterly automatic withdrawals from checking or savings accounts are available on request.


  • Please call the office to put your service on hold (inability to pay, long vacation, etc.) or to cancel.  Service can only be put on hold for 4 weeks or longer.


  • You are paying for weekly pick-up of (6) 30 gallon size trash bags. Additional bags are subject to extra charges.


  • Bulk items can be brought to our facility for a minimum $35 charge to drop off.  This will cover up to 1080 pounds of trash or demolition debris.


  • Holiday route changes will be stated on your quarterly invoice.

Items that should NEVER go in the trash:


  • Furniture, TVs, carpeting, sinks, construction demolition, major appliances, grills, or items larger than a 30 gallon size bag.  The driver must be able to lift the bag or items.

  • Needles or sharp objects.  Any broken glass should be well wrapped before disposing.


  • Hot coals, ashes, or lit cigarettes.


  • Yard waste such as grass clippings, brush or bushes, tree branches, dirt, or rocks.


  • Household hazardous waste.  No flammables, corrosives, toxins, poisons, reactive materials, batteries, or asbestos.


  • No propane cylinders.


Please contact Kristin Ruth, Morrow County Litter and Prevention Specialist, for hazardous waste disposal information.  419-946-6400.

How to dispose of paint:
  • If paint has has already hardened in can, take the lid off and throw the dried paint away with your regular trash.


  • In a well ventilated area, air dry paint away from children and pets.


  • If the amount of paint is less than one-fourth of the container, the paint should dry in the can with the lid removed in a relatively short amount of time.  Stirring the paint every few days will speed up drying.


  • If the amount of paint is more than one-fourth of the container, brush the left-over paint on cardboard or newspaper to use it.  Allow the empty can to dry with the lid removed.


  • For quantities more than one gallon, pour one-half inch layers of paint into a cardboard box lined with plastic.  Allow the paint to dry before the next layer of paint is added.  You can also add absorbent material such as shredded newspaper or kitty litter and allow to dry completely.  Some home improvement stores may sell an inexpensive paint hardener (check your local stores).


  • Donate useable leftover paint to local community groups, theater groups, schools, churches and others who need or want it.  Your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore also accepts useable paint.  You may even be able to take a tax deduction.


  • Organize a neighborhood paint exchange. 






ReStore Locations


305 Curtis Street

Delaware, Ohio  43015



200 N. Main Street

Mt. Vernon, Ohio  43050



1713 Marion-Mt. Gilead Road

Marion, Ohio  43302


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