The village's FREE Spring Curbside Clean Up will be offered on residents' regular trash pick up days the week of April 15-19.
Residents can dispose of their durable goods, household appliances and textiles.
Orland Park's Curbside Spring Clean-Up is held in cooperation with the village's refuse hauler, Waste Management, and will serve more than 22,000 households. Residents are to place all trash and bulk items curbside by 6 a.m. ON THEIR REGULAR PICK UP DAYS either bagged, contained or bundled, with no loose garbage..
Residents can dispose of durable goods or household items like microwaves, furniture, textiles, carpets, as well as white goods including washers, dryers and refrigerators. Please remove the doors on any white goods and appliances before placing them at the curb to prevent children playing on or around them. If disposing automobile tires the rims must be removed.
Items not accepted during the collection include electronics (televisions, computers, monitors and printers).
Hazardous wastes such as paints, oils and solvents will not be picked up nor will automotive batteries, gas, asbestos, and medical waste. Also excluded are construction and demolition materials -- concrete, rock, dirt, engines or large automotive parts or any oversized items that cannot be placed in a compactor type truck.
>>>>> To schedule free pick ups for electronics, paint cans or other hazardous waste, visit Requests for pick up can also be made by phone at (800) 449-7587.
For large items, residents should try to break it down into manageable pieces. The trucks can accommodate up to four feet of material. Anything longer than four feet needs to be broken down.
For questions or more information contact Orland Park Waste Management at 800-964-8988.