Residential Garbage Pickup Near Waverly, Ohio

Waverly is a city intimately acquainted with water, with the Scioto River to the west, Lake White State Park to the east, and a history intertwined with the Ohio and Erie Canal. It’s a precious resource to be cherished and preserved, no matter what. 

Enter Rumpke Waste & Recycling. As a waste disposal service for Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia, we are committed to serving our local communities and keeping them green, clean, and trash free. We’re here for all your garbage removal and recycling needs, with affordable pricing and extensive waste disposal solutions.

Call today for a free quote and consultation for your household waste management needs. The Waverly location of Rumpke here at the Pike Sanitation Landfill is just down OH-220 from Scioto River.

Residential Garbage Services We Offer in Waverly

The term “solid waste” refers to any household items slated for disposal, whether wet, dry, liquid, or even gas. Rumpke’s solid waste disposal services in Waverly range across:

Learn more about Rumpke services in Waverly, Ohio.

How does trash pickup service work in Waverly?

If you have a Homeowner Association (HOA), check to see whether it hires its own private trash collection service. If not, Rumpke provides comprehensive residential trash and garbage collection and recycling services. You can either call us at (740) 947-4200 or submit a service request form online to register. 

We offer weekly curbside pickup of up to six 32-gallon trash cans or bags. Make sure to put your trash and recycling out the night before your scheduled collection day. For more details, check your service guidelines on the back of your invoice or here on our website.

Residential Garbage Removal in Waverly FAQs:

Do you offer household hazardous waste disposal?

Per federal law, Rumpke cannot accept hazardous materials including:

  • Batteries

  • Fluorescent light bulbs

  • Paint

  • Antifreeze

  • Freon

  • Combustible materials like gasoline and used motor oil

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

The best way to dispose of such items is to use them up as intended. What you should never do? Throw them out in the trash or down the drain. This is not just harmful to the environment, but can also cause dumpster and trash truck fires, especially during warmer weather.

That said, you have options. For example, there are local vendors that will offer to pick up your household hazardous waste materials. You also have the options to wait for community events to collect items such as tires and electronic waste (a.k.a. e-waste, which includes old computers, devices, power supplies, and chargers). National retailers such as Best Buy and The Home Depot accept old batteries, and auto parts retailers often accept used motor oil. You can also try to donate items like leftover paint and cleaning supplies.

Another option is to contact the Pike County Solid Waste Management to see whether they are holding any household hazardous waste collection events. 

Does residential garbage pickup include yard waste disposal?

Yes! For separate yard waste collection, place leaves and grass clippings in a separate, biodegradable (not plastic) bag and bundle limbs. You can place them curbside for collection on your regularly scheduled yard waste day. 

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

If you’re planning a big move or home remodel, you can opt for our open-top dumpster service. A dumpster rental is ideal for when your junk removal needs are higher than normal, such as due to a deep spring cleaning or a home construction project. 

We serve both residential and commercial dumpster needs, so you know these rentals can tough it out, no matter the waste-removal challenge. Call us ahead of time, so we can determine the best dumpster for you, as well as advise you of any items that may or may not be accepted at the landfill. 

How do I dispose of large items like furniture, mattresses, and appliances for disposal?

If you would like to have larger items picked up curbside, make sure to let us know at least 48 hours before your regularly scheduled collection. 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.

If you have several large items that you are discarding as part of a garage, basement, or attic cleanout, you might consider a dumpster rental.

Finally, you can also bring items to our location here at Pike Sanitation Landfill. 

Additional fees may apply. 

How do I schedule garbage service?

Start by filling out our service request form online. Once you’ve indicated what sort of trash and garbage removal you’re in need of, we’ll work with you to find the right pricing and waste pickup schedule for you. 

What is the price? 

We offer competitive pricing for household waste management. Call us at (740) 947-4200 so we can discuss your particular needs.

How do I find my trash pickup schedule?

You’ll be assigned a once-a-week curbside trash and recycling pickup day when you register for our services. Holiday schedules may vary, so check with us online to see how you might be affected.

How do I get recycling?

In general, you can 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

Recycling is easy with Rumpke, which uses single-stream recycling and collects all recyclables together in a single container. That saves you the hassle of having to separate out your different recyclables. It also makes our job easier, since that convenience encourages more people to recycle.