Residential Garbage Pickup Near Butler, Kentucky

As one of the nation’s largest waste and recycling companies serving Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia, we know how to cater to the needs of homeowners in local communities, including unincorporated regions, in environmentally conscious ways. Our Pendleton County Landfill offers the full range of residential garbage services right next door to the Pendleton County Animal Shelter.

Look no further for your household waste management needs. 

Residential Garbage Services We Offer in Butler

Our residential trash services cover the range of disposal solutions of solid waste, a term that refers to both dry (as with cardboard or an old couch) or wet (as with kitchen sink sludge) items for disposal. For the city of Butler, we offer the following trash services:

Learn more about all Rumpke services near Butler.

How does trash pickup service work in Pendleton County, Kentucky?

Pendleton County partners with Rumpke Waste & Recycling to provide its residents with weekly trash collection. Contact Rumpke at 1-800-828-8171 or by submitting a service request form online to set up service.

Residential Garbage Services in Butler FAQs:

How do I schedule bulk trash removal, such as for moving or renovations?

Rumpke offers several options for disposing of large items, including curbside collection, open top dumpster rental or drop off at our local landfill. You can easily make an appointment online for bulk trash removal, including for large items such as mattresses, furniture, and appliances. 

For curbside pickup, just make sure to contact us at least 48 hours before your regularly scheduled collection to let us know what you will be disposing of. A few notes:

  • We cannot do curbside pickups of televisions larger than 32 inches.

  • Mattresses and upholstered furniture must be completely sealed in disposable plastic for removal.

You can also drop items off at the local landfill. Free Day at the Landfill is the second Saturday of each month from 7 to 11 a.m. for Pendleton County Rumpke customers and residents of Butler and Falmouth. You can also drop off any white goods free of charge at the landfill anytime during normal business hours, including but not limited to:

  • Water heaters

  • Stoves

  • Microwaves

  • Clothes washers

  • Clothes dryers

  • Refrigerators and freezers

  • Window air conditioning units

We’re located off of KY-17, next to the animal shelter. 

Do you offer household hazardous waste disposal?

Per federal law, Rumpke cannot accept hazardous materials, including:

  • Batteries

  • Tires

  • Fluorescent light bulbs

  • Paint

  • Antifreeze

  • Combustible materials like gasoline and used motor oil

  • Any other items identified with “Danger” or “Poison”, including pool chemicals, insecticides, and some cleaning supplies

Improper disposal of such materials is a frequent cause of dumpster and trash truck fires.

Contact your local solid waste district for disposal options. 

How do I schedule garbage service?

Fill out our service request form online, where you can indicate what sort of trash and garbage removal you’re in need of. 

What is the price for garbage pickup? 

Contact Rumpke for Pendleton County contracted rates for trash collection services. 

How do I find my trash pickup schedule?

When you register with us, you’ll be assigned a regular trash collection day. We provide curbside pickups weekly. Rumpke is closed for Christmas and New Year’s Day in Butler; you can check with us online to see how you might be affected.

How do I get recycling?

Rumpke doesn’t currently offer curbside recycling service in Pendleton County; however, we are proud to partner with the County on a community recycling drop box program. Visit one of the five drop boxes located at each of the County’s schools as well as the animal shelter to recycle:

  • Plastic bottles, jugs and tubs

  • Glass bottles and jars

  • Aluminum cans

  • Steel cans and lids

  • Paperboard (like cereal boxes)

  • Cardboard

  • Office paper

  • Envelopes and junk mail

  • Newspapers, magazines and inserts

  • Telephone books and catalogs

  • Cartons