I just read your note on the CycleWorks website about the weather on January 6.
A notice about this decision also appeared on our neighborhood’s Facebook page, and was followed by a long list of complaints from my neighbors that trash would not be picked up that day! I was annoyed at some of my neighbors’ comments. When I read that notice, it was 14 degrees outside….and I didn’t notice any of them outside playing in their yard!
I, personally, feel that you made the absolutely right decision not to run trucks that day! And I totally respect your decision to put safety first! Forget about the equipment (material objects CAN be replaced!), the decision to NOT put your crews out in extremely frigid temps (Yeah, in Georgia 20 degrees below freezing IS frigid!) told me that you care about your crews! No frostbite or hypothermia for your guys! Go Joe!!
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I put my trash out?
How do I dispose of furniture, appliances, etc.?
What are considered unacceptable curbside items?
How can I pay my bill?
What’s your holiday schedule?
Do you have special rates for the entire subdivision trash removal?
How am I billed?
If I get my neighbor to sign up, what do I get out of it?
Should I put out my recycling and yard waste at the same time as my trash?
Each customer is allowed ten bags of yard debris per week. Sticks must be tied and bundled and cut to 4 ft. We don’t take tree trunks, dirt, rocks and construction debris.