Village of Marlborough ~ 314.962.5055
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Trash services are provided at no cost to our residents.
Our trash hauler is
Republic Services -
~ The services provided include one (1) solid waste pickup, one (1) recyclable pickup, and one (1) yard waste pickup.
~ Trash is picked up on Mondays and adjusted for holidays.
~ Trash receptacles need to be at the curbside prior to 6:00 am on Monday mornings. Receptacles need to be removed by Mon
~ Bulky waste & white goods, are picked up by appointment only.
PLEASE REFER TO THE TRASH DEFINITIONS ON THE RIGHT.
Republic Services Holiday Schedule
To acknowledge our nation’s holidays and allow our employees time with their families, your service may be impacted on the following days:
LABOR DAY - will run one day late.
THANKSGIVING DAY - will run one day late.
CHRISTMAS DAY - will run one day late.
NEW YEAR'S DAY - will run one day late.
MEMORIAL DAY - will run one day late.
INDEPENDENCE DAY - will run one day last.
If you have questions about your trash or recycling pickup schedule or other services, please call Village Hall at 314.962.5055.
Have Household Hazard Waste?
Please do not put them in the trash or down the sewers! For more information on identifying household hazard wastes & how to get rid of them properly, click on the link
All semi-solid and solid waste derived from and during the procurement, storage, processing, cooking, and consumption of food materials.
Solid waste shall not include dead animals, animal parts, household hazardous waste (wet paint, pesticides, strong clean air agents, tires, auto batteries, and combustibles), ashes, parts of trees, bushes, soil, mortar, plaster, concrete, bricks, stone, gravel, sand, and leftover material from grading, excavation, construction, alteration, repair of buildings, roofs, roads, streets, walks, or other facilities and such items of rubbish whose weight, size dimension, and shape require more than one man for removal.
Yard waste should be placed in a lidded trash can or biodegradable paper bag. Yard waste includes grass clippings, leaves, vines, hedges, shrubs, trimmings, tree trimmings, and tree limbs.
Residents may bundle limbs with twine or rope; bundled dimensions must NOT exceed 4-feet in length and 18 inches in diameter.
Yard waste does NOT include dirt and rocks.
Reducing waste, reusing items, and recycling is an effective alternative to dumping our solid waste into a landfill. Our trash hauler has increased recycling in the St. Louis region by introducing Single Stream Recycling.
Bulky waste is those items other than normal household trash including, but not limited to furniture, and any other items which cannot be safely and conveniently loaded into a solid waste transportation vehicle. This does not include concrete, bricks, vehicle parts, tires, abandon cars and car parts, whole trees, white goods, and construction material. Bulky waste is picked up at NO CHARGE to the resident. There is a limit of two pieces.
For appointments, call
White goods are appliances used in the household including but not limited to stoves, refrigerators, washers, and dryers. THERE IS A CHARGE TO THE RESIDENT FOR THIS SERVICE, BILLED BY THE HAULING COMPANY. PLEASE CALL REPUBLIC FOR AN APPOINTMENT...(636) 947.5959.
NO MORE SORTING! Your recycling efforts are easier than ever because of SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING. Single stream recycling means that material can now be collected in a total commingled fashion. Through the use of automated separation equipment at the MRF (material recovery facility), faster and more efficient separation can be obtained at a processing level than can be provided in two sort separation on the curb.
If the item is recyclable, then toss it in the recycle toter! Paper can be mixed in with plastics, aluminum, and fiber! How easy is that?? Below is the accepted commingle list, you will be suprised what can now be recyled!
ACCEPTED COMMINGLED LIST
- Aluminum cans, trays, foil (must be clean)
- Aseptic packaging and gable top containers (milk and juice cartons)
- Steel cans and tins
- Glass bottles and jars (clear, brown, green)
- NO WINDOW GLASS, DINNERWARE, OR CERAMICS
#1 PET soda, water & flavored beverage bottles (clear and green)
#2 HDPE milk & juice (clear) detergent & fabric softener containers (colored)
#3 PVC narrow neck containers only (health & beauty aid products, household cleaners)
#4 LDPE grocery containers (margarine tubs, frozen dessert cups, six and twelve pack rings)
#5 PP grocery containers (yogurt cups, narrow neck syrup and ketchup bottles)
#7 Plastic narrow neck containers only
- Plastic buckets, such as kitty litter buckets, 5 gallon maximum size.
The numbers listed above are found in chasing arrows on bottom of plastic containers. The examples above are not limited to the types of plastic available for recycling.
If the number in the chasing arrows is a #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #7, and it fits the criteria you may recycle the container.
FIBERS: Newspaper including inserts (remove plastic sleeves, please), cardboard (no waxed cardboard), kraft (brown paper bags), magazines, catalogs, telephone books, office paper, school paper, gift wrap, chipboard (cereal, cake & food packaging, gift boxes) Carrier stock (soda, beer carrying cases), junk mail, envelopes, paperback books.
1) All containers are to be empty and rinsed
2) No motor oil, insecticide, herbicide or hazardous chemical containers
3) Return plastic bags to grocery or department stores
4) No plastic film (no plastic sheets, tarps, or wrap)
5) No expanded foam or clear polystyrene