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Garbage & Recycling

2022 Instructions and pick up schedule

 

Town & Country Sanitation is the Village's garbage and recycling provider, contact them to schedule a large item pick up at 800-626-1915.

Weekly door-to-door garbage pick up is on Fridays and must be out by 6:00 AM; recycling is every-other Friday; view the 2022 schedule above.  If there is a Holiday or severe weather during the week, pick up will be on Saturday.   Each residence (not commercial) will need two 95 gallon "totes"; one for garbage, one for recycling. Do not mix garbage & recycling in one tote and do not put compost in the totes. New totes may be purchased by calling Town & Country Sanitation, they cost $75 each.

Garbage must to be in clear or near-clear plastic bags.

All recycling gets placed in the required recycling tote: rinse cans, milk jugs, and bottles. News papers, cereal boxes, and cardboard boxes (please break down) may be put in tote loose or bundled; view instructions above.  

Spring Clean Up - Village Residents only

The annual "Spring Clean-up" was Saturday April 30, 2022, from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM.  During this annual event, Village of Muscoda residents dispose of unwanted large items; furniture, tires, electronics,appliances, and dried up paint.  You need to hall the items to the Village landfill, east of Muscoda on Hwy 133, (entrance is off County P) and must be able to unload the items yourself.   Starting in 2022, there is a $20 per load fee to help offset the cost.  A load is a vehicle or vehicle with a trailer.  Resident must pay the $20 per load fee at the Village Office prior to the day of the event.  You will be issued a receipt and that is your proof of payment.  If you require multiple loads or trips to the event, a separate payment must be made per load.   This receipt needs to be presented along with proof of residency when entering the Spring Clean Up Event area. 

Except for the Spring Clean Up, items must not be left at the village landfill area.  Dumpsters are not provided except at this one time event. 

For more recycling information visit dnr.wi.gov