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Garbage / Compost & Recycling Truck Tracker

Welcome to Rothesay’s Garbage / Compost & Recycling Truck Tracker This site is designed to give the public the ability to check on the current locations of the trucks as well as provide a history of the routes that the trucks have driven during the previous 2, 4, 12 and 24 hour timespans. The site…Read more >

Garbage/ Compost & Recycling Collection

Never miss another collection day! Print, sync or receive a weekly reminder about your compost & garbage collection. Not Sure what day your collection is on. Click our day of the week map below to see when your area is collected. Garbage, Compost & Recycling Tips Garbage and compost historical tonnages March 2018

Garbage and compost historical tonnages March 2018

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zoom into a specific street for a closer view of the Garbage / Compost trucks. Please visit to check out the Garbage/Compost Truck Tracking Tool. Spring Cleanup Week Solid Waste Pick-Up – May 25,

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FRSC Sort Guide2017

Garbage Compost Recycling Sort Guide

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50lbs. should be placed curbside. Residents are encouraged to use clear compostable bags, non-waxed cardboard cartons or garbage cans that can be emptied into the trucks. Bundles should be no more than four(4) feet long,

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and weighing no more than 40lbs • Residents are required to use compostable bags, non-waxed cartons, or garbage cans that can be easily emptied into the trucks • Please DO NOT use your compost cart

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io n, including the cost analysis. The three options are:  Option 1: Status Quo – curbside garbage and composting plus recycling depots  Option 2: curbside

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Draft Report – Rothesay Active Transportaton Plan

should be considered. These will be helpful in keeping animals out of receptacle and ensure that the garbage remains in the receptacle during strong weather. Durability and the life cycle cost should also be considered

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