Southern Hill Condominiums

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For questions regarding your service, contact us below or call 608-257-4285.

We are happy to be serving Southern Hill Condominiums with our automated system for the collection of your trash and all-in-one recycling!

Important Documents & Links

Refuse & Recycling Collection Calendar

FAQs for the Southern Hill Condominiums

 

Trash:
If you have extra bags of trash outside of your cart, we will pick them up for a prepaid nominal fee (32-gallons or less and no more than 50lbs). Please call us at (608) 257-4285 for more information on extra bag pickup charges and/or a larger or additional cart. The lid on your cart should shut; in order to prevent messes, please do not overload carts.

Recycling: 
If you have extra bags of recycling outside of your cart, we will pick them up for a prepaid nominal fee as long as it is placed in a clear, plastic bag (32-gallons or less and no more than 50lbs) and set next to your recycling cart on your recycling week. Extra cardboard should be flattened and placed in clear plastics bags as well. Do not tie or bundle cardboard. Please call us at (608) 257-4285 for more information on extra bag pickup charges and/or a larger or additional cart. The lid on your cart should shut; in order to prevent messes, please do not overload carts.

Brush and yard waste cannot be placed in your trash or recycling carts. Brush and yard waste are both banned from landfills in Wisconsin. Please check with your local municipality to see how you are supposed to handle your brush or yard waste. Many municipalities have drop-off sites and some may provide curbside pickup. Brush is generally defined as branches or limbs while yard waste includes grass clippings, leaves, weeds, vines, vegetable/plant matter, hay/straw, and twigs less than half an inch in diameter (roughly as thick as your thumb) and less than 12 inches long. The only exception is “invasive plant species” (or “noxious weeds”), which must go to the landfill. Pellitteri customers must place invasive plant species in black trash bags in your trash container with a note on the bag that says it contains invasive plant species so drivers don’t think it’s yard waste. Common invasive plant species include garlic mustard, honeysuckle, purple loosestrife, buckthorn and more.