Trash is picked up each week on Mondays.
Waste Management observes the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. If the holiday falls on collection day, Waste Management will be closed the day of the holiday and services will be delayed by 1 day. If the holiday falls on a weekend, (Saturday/Sunday) there will be no delays in service because of the holiday.
A 96-gallon wheeled container can be obtained from Waste Management for residential trash. Bag and tie all trash inside the container.
Place trash carts within three feet of the curb in front of your driveway with the lid opening facing the street.
Yard waste is to be placed inside a compostable yard waste bag no heavier than 45 pounds. Brush and branches that are bundled and tied will be collected, although bundles are not to exceed 42″ in length and 24″ in diameter.
If you have questions, need additional services or want to report a complaint, contact Waste Management’s Customer Service Department at (800) 343-6047, Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. WM’s website is wm.com.
Waste Management will collect bulk items during your scheduled pickup. Including:
Carpet (Please cut, roll and tie the carpet in lengths no greater than 4 feet)
Appliances (Please remove appliance doors)
Mattresses and box springs
Lumber products (Please bundle and tie wood products in lengths no longer than 4 feet)
* All items containing (CFC) Freon must be tagged stating the CFC being removed by a licensed technician prior to pickup by Waste Management.
** Mattresses and box springs must be double wrapped in plastic with duct tape to ensure the safety of Waste Management staff due to bed-bug outbreaks.
Household Hazardous Waste
SWACO provides free House Hazardous Waste (HHW) disposal services for Franklin County residents. Residents may bring their old lawn chemicals, paints, strippers, acids, insecticides, etc. to SWACO for recycling and/or environmentally safe disposal.
For more information on residential household hazardous waste and recycling, please visit swaco.org or call SWACO at (614) 871-5100.
Residential Recycling Drop-Off Locations
Canal Winchester Ohio residents may take recyclables to various drop-off locations throughout the area, including Waste Management’s Recycling Center at 1006 Walnut St. and the city’s two recycling bins located downtown.
The freestanding recycle container at the Waste Management facility is situated within the site’s public parking area, and is available to Canal Winchester residents 24 hours a day at no charge.
The city’s downtown bins, located next to Stradley Park, are emptied twice daily on Mondays and Fridays and once per day on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. No pickup service is provided on weekends. Please do not deposit trash in the recycle bins. Please break down cardboard boxes. If the bins are full, please do not litter by leaving recyclables outside of the bins.
Both locations accept a wide variety of recyclable materials, however, due to a current downturn in the need for recycled glass products, Waste Management requests that no glass be deposited in the recycle containers at either location. Instead, residents may include glass in their regular trash.