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Curbside recycle / trash program guidelines:
1. Only approved WM carts provided by the town will be serviced. Carts must be placed curbside by 7:00 am on your scheduled pick up day. Carts must also be returned to your property the same day by 9:00 pm.
To find out when your scheduled recycle/trash pick up day by street is click here. Any questions about when your recycle/trash pick up day is please call DPW at 781.762.1413.
2. Please follow the 3 foot rule when placing your carts curbside. Carts need to be three feet away from everything. It is your responsibility to space the carts correctly.
3. Only curbside recyclables are allowed in the 96 gallon recycling cart.
Do NOT place any of the following in the recycling cart (yellow lid):
3. plastic bags
4. yard waste
5. wood debris of any kind
6. organic waste
7. garden hoses
4. The 64g trash cart is for residential household trash only. The trash cart is NOT for commercial waste. Mixed use properties and commercial properties must hire their own private recycle/trash hauler.
Cart lids should be able to close (unless there is a mop handle/stick inside.) Do not place trash on top of lid nor on the curb. WM drivers are not allowed to take it. If you do place trash on top of the lid or overfill your trash cart, your property will be called in to Norwood DPW.Do not leave trash on curb. Please bag trash to prevent litter.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROGRAM COMPLIANCE?
Property owners are responsible for program compliance. Property owners of multifamilies are responsible for their tenants compliance.
PROGRAM COMPLIANCE PROTOCOL:
If there are materials in your recycling cart which should not be in your recycling cart, the WM driver will sticker the recycling cart as a means of informing you. The recycling driver is held responsible for any and all contamination in Norwood recycling loads, which are brought to the Single Stream Recycling Facility in Avon MA. Please comply with the sticker information.
If a property receives multiple WM stickers and continues to be non compliance, the town will issue a non compliant letter to that property owner. If non compliance continues, the town reserves the right to refuse recycling and trash services. Carts will not be emptied.
If residents divert acceptable materials to the recycling cart, divert rigid plastics, scrap metals, textiles, & books to the compost site, divert medications and pet medications to the Norwood Police kiosk, and post for sale or for free other items you no longer want or need, then what is left IS household trash.
Program compliance will save tax dollars.
Program compliance will protect our natural resources.
Program compliance is the right thing to do.
Program compliance is necessary.
Your recycling efforts and program compliance is very much appreciated. Thank you!
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