WHEELED CART COLORS
These durable, plastic wheeled carts are designed specifically for residential properties. The wheeled carts are designed to be lifted mechanically by garbage trucks. The carts feature a permanently attached lid, a handle that allows for easy maneuvering and are guaranteed by the manufacturer for 10 years.
The wheeled carts are available in a 35 gallon, 65 gallon, and 95 gallon capacity.
- 35 Gallon Wheeled Cart (38"Hx23"Wx21"D)
The capacity of a 35 gallon wheeled cart is equivalent to one 32 gallon garbage can. A 35 gallon cart can hold three standard size kitchen bags.
- 65 Gallon Wheeled Cart (41.5"Hx25"Wx25"D)
The capacity of a 65 gallon wheeled cart is equivalent to two 32 gallon garbage cans. A 65 gallon cart can hold six standard kitchen bags.
- 95 Gallon Wheeled Cart (47"Hx30"Wx30"D)
The capacity of a 95 gallon wheeled cart is equivalent to three 32 gallon garbage cans. A 95 gallon cart can hold twelve standard kitchen bags.
Refuse and recycling wheeled carts must be placed at the curb on your scheduled collection day to be collected.
Wheeled Cart Placement Do’s
• Carts should be placed on the driveway apron at the curb line or on the parkway.
• Carts should be placed for collection with the handle facing away from the street.
• Carts should be placed at the curb with a two (2) foot separation between the carts, mailbox or sign posts.
• Cart lids must be closed.
Wheeled Cart Placement Don’ts
• Carts should not be placed in the street.
• Cart lids should not be open.
• Items should not be placed on top of the closed lid.
• Do not place items (white goods, bulk items, yard waste) in front of the carts.
• Village Code regulates where refuse, recycling and yard waste containers may be stored on your property.
• Carts or yard waste containers can be stored along the side, rear or in the garage of a property.
• Carts or containers cannot be stored in front of the property. Carts stored on the driveway in front of the garage or in the front yard are a violation of Village Code.
• Corner houses may not place receptacles in a corner or exterior side yard unless receptacles are completely screened from adjacent street by permanent fence or dense planting.