Garbage and Recycle

Waste Management - Berlin, WI location
888-960-0008

Trash Curbside pickup is weekly on Mondays.

Recyclable pickup is every other week on Mondays. Please follow the recycle calendar based on your address.

Please have the garbage and recyclables out at the roadside/street by 6:00 a.m.

National holidays may push the curbside pickup to the following day. Please refer to the Waste Management calendar for exact dates.

 

2023-Magnet-Calendar-image-website

Image of the magnet calendar above

Click on image to save or print calendar
for 8 1/2 x 11 print, click here

2023 magnet calendars were mailed to each household.

Several mailings were returned stating either vacant, temporarily away, unable to forward, or no mail receptacle. If you did not receive the mailer, please contact the clerk, at 920-235-7771 or [email protected] to make a request.

CO-MINGLE - Place loose in the Recycle Bin.

 

Plastic


Accept:

  • Soda, Water & Other Drink bottles
  • Food & Household Bottles, Jars & Jugs
  • Dairy Containers & Lids
  • Produce, Bakery & Deli Containers

 Do Not Accept:

  • No Plastic Bags, Wrap or Film
  • No Motor Oil Bottles
  • No Styrofoam

Guidelines:

  • Remove all screw caps & discard
  • Rinse bottles & jugs

Aluminum & Steel


Accept:

  • Aluminum Cans & Bottles
  • Steel, Tin & Bi-Metal Cans
  • Empty Aerosol Cans

Do Not Accept:

  • No Aluminum Pans or Foil
  • No Empty Paint Cans

Guidelines:

  • Rinse cans & bottles
  • No need to remove labels

Glass


Accept::

  • Food & Beverage Bottles and jars

Do Not Accept:

  • No Windows, Ceramics or China

Guidelines:

  • Rinse bottles and jars
  • Metal caps and lids should be recycled, discard plastic caps and lids

PAPER-CARDBOARD - Place in the Recycle Bin along with the co-mingle

 Accept:

  • Milk, Juice & Soup Cartons
  • Cardboard & Paperboard (cereal box)
  • Newspaper & Inserts
  • Junk Mail & Office Paper
  • Phone Books, Books, Magazines & Catalogs
  • Shredded Paper (put in brown paper bag & staple shut)

 No Not Accept:

  • No Tissue
  • No Paper Contaminated by Food or Grease

Guidelines:

  • Flatten and cut cardboard to no larger than 2′ x 2′ pieces
  • You may put paper products inside another paper grocery bag placed in the bin

RECYCLE RESOURSES


Yard Waste Drop Off Site

Winnebago County Solid Waste
100 W County Rd Y, Oshkosh WI
920-232-1800

website, how and where to dispose of recyclables


Town Wood Chip Operations

Available to town residents only!
Drop off at town hall, Saturdays only between 9am and 12pm, April through October. Branches-brush must be 3″ in diameter or smaller. Chips are free for the hauling.


Composting

2015 Composting Guide - Get Started


Top 5 Recycle Questions:

  • What plastics can I recycle?
  • Should I remove my bottle caps?
  • What do I do with plastic bags?
  • Can I recycle aluminum foil and pie pans?
  • What should I do with shredded paper?

View the answers in this guide below:

5 Top Recycle Questions and Answers

Electronics/Appliance
Drop Off Sites
A fee for drop-off and/or pick-up may apply.

Winnebago County Solid Waste
100 W County Rd Y, Oshkosh WI
920-232-1800
website

Miller Scrap Removal
920-379-2517
website  appliances, batteries, cars, computer, heavy machinery, trailers, anything metal - free

Best Buy
1550 S Koeller St, Oshkosh
920-424-8079

Goodwill Industries
1600 W 20th St, Oshkosh - 920-233-3897
1735 Bowen St, Oshkosh - 920-968-0304

Habitat for Humanity ReStore
1640 S. Koeller St, Oshkosh - 920-230-3535

Milwaukee PC
1040 W 20th Ave, Oshkosh - 920-233-4706

Office Depot
1910 S Koeller St, Oshkosh - 920-231-6933

Hazardous Materials, Waste Oil, Household Sharps drop off site (Winnebago Co), click below: 

Household Hazards Materials, Waste Oil, or Household Sharps

Resource: Ideas of how to dispose of a mattress link