Large items up to two (2) cubic yards, or in general, one (1) front-end loader full (see image below), will be picked up at no charge on your garbage day during the scheduled bulk pick-up weeks.

Bulk Waste Includes

  • Mattresses /Box Springs
  • Furniture
  • Carpet
  • Sinks / Toilets / Tubs
  • Windows / Doors
  • Wood / Lumber

Does Not Include

  • Appliances
  • Electronics
  • Cardboard
  • Gas Powered Equipment
  • Fluorescent Light Bulbs / Lamps
  • Tires
  • Construction Debris from Remodeling
  • Gas / Charcoal Grills
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Car Batteries

Steps to Ensure Pick-Up During Bulk Week

  • Only place acceptable items out for collection.
  • Place bulk waste behind the curb. Do not place anything on the street.
  • Keep bulk piles as compact as possible within two (2) cubic yards. Stack items to allow for efficient pick-up.
  • Place bulk waste four (4) feed away from any fixed structure (mailbox, trees, cars, utility poles, etc.).
  • Bulk waste must be out for collection by 6:00 a.m. on your garbage day, but no sooner than 6:00 p.m. the day before.

If the amount of bulk placed to the curb during collection week exceeds two (2) cubic yards, the additional bulk will be picked up for a charge of $25.00 per each additional cubic yard. The property owner will be invoiced the cost for additional pick-up.

Village front-loader used to collect residential bulk and brush:

Non-Collection Weeks

Any bulk items placed on the curb during a non-pick up week will be tagged with a forty-eight (48) hour notice to remove. If the items are not removed, the Village will pick up and bill the property owner for collection and disposal at a minimum cost of $200.00.

A patron may request bulk waste collection during a non-collection week, such as renter move-out. The minimum pick-up charge during a non-collection week is $200.00. Any unpaid charges will be placed on the real estate tax bill as a special charge. Contact Village Hall at 920-448-2800 to schedule a pick-up during a non-collection week.

Non-Collectible Items

Residents may bring non-collectible items to the following locations:

Brown County Waste Transfer Station

  • Appliances
  • Gas Powered Equipment
  • Tires
  • Construction Debris
  • Gas/Charcoal Grills
  • Exercise Equipment

Brown County Recycling Transfer Station

  • Cardboard

  • Excess Recyclables

Brown County Hazardous Material Recycling

  • Waste Oil

  • Electronics

  • Fluorescent Light Bulbs

  • Car Batteries

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