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Augusta County Disposal

(540) 949-0160

ACCEPTABLE & UNACCEPTABLE TRASH


Our 96 gallon cart can hold up to 200 pounds of normal household garbage. We don't expect you to weigh your trash but the weight in our carts should not exceed 200 pounds. Bagging your loose household trash makes the job easier and keeps your cart much cleaner. As a courtesy we will take 5 bags of grass or leaves in 30-40 gallon bags, no heavier than 30 pounds.

Normal Household Garbage:

Note: This list is subject to change at any time.

  • Food Wrappers
  • Diapers
  • Clothes
  • Boxes
  • Paper

Unacceptable Trash

Note: This list is subject to change at any time.

  • Hazardous Materials (Petroleum, Propane Tanks, Paint, Etc.)
  • Biohazardous Materials & Infectious Waste (Any Items Marked “Biohazard” or Infections Waste, Including Empty Containers)
  • Dirt or Gravel
  • Logs or Firewood*
  • Construction Material (Such as Lumber, Sheetrock, or Shingles)
  • White Goods (Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, Etc.)
  • Large Furniture (Couches, Recliners, Beds, Etc.)

Any large items you would like to dispose of will be taken for an additional charge. For any special pick up, please call (540) 949-0160 in advance to make arrangements for this service.

Our Trash Carts

Our customers rave about our carts. Our smart container is easy to handle, lightweight and rugged. The injection molded strong, resilient, high-density polyethylene resin containers are made for long lasting service. We provide theses top of the line containers because of the feedback from our customers. When you sign up your new cart is delivered. Most of our competitors charge a delivery fee and set up charge. We do not.

We could offer a much cheaper cart but customer satisfaction and a clean service dictate the use of the best. There is no delivery charge added on like we see with most of our competitors.

* Branches may be taken, but must not be longer than four feet in length. All branches should be tied up in bundles that are no more than 12 inches in diameter quantity.