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Information on NEW Curbside Waste And Recycling In Chagrin Falls

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After more than thirty years with Waste Management (WM) as a service provider, the Village of Chagrin Falls Council has awarded the Curbside Solid Waste and Recycling contract to Kimble of Twinsburg, Ohio.

Kimble’s low bid will result in an annual savings of about $140,000 to the Village.

We expect Kimble to provide the same high level of service that you are accustomed to. The neighboring communities who contract with Kimble speak very highly of them and the service they provide.

Solid Waste:

Other than a new dark green 96 gallon wheeled cart for your garbage (same size as you currently use) you will notice very little change in the solid waste collection. Kimble will continue to collect on Thursday and Friday and your current collection day will stay the same.

Recycling:

The 18 gallon orange bins will be replaced with a bright green 64 gallon wheeled cart similar to the garbage cart but smaller. Recycling instruction are laminated on the lid of the container. Please help your Village save tax dollars by recycling as much waste as possible. This will reduce the amount of garbage going to the landfill that we pay for by the ton.

Start Date:

Kimble will commence service the first week of September. Please put your trash and 7 recycling out as usual on the last week of August but leave the WM carts at the street. WM will collect the garbage carts after picking up the garbage. You may keep the orange recycling bin. Kimble will deliver the new waste and recycling carts beginning on Thursday, August 29th and will make every effort to complete deliveries by Friday, August 30‘“. Some deliveries may not be completed until September 3m.

Please do not hesitate to call Debbie at Village Hall (247-5050) if you have any questions.

If you have any service issues after September lst you can contact Kimble directly at 1-800-201-0005.

Please keep in mind that the Labor Day holiday will result in collection one day later than usual the first week of September.