RESIDENTIAL REFUSE & RECYCLING SERVICES
One Way Trash takes great pride in providing residential customers with trash, yard waste and recycling collection services. We are here to prove our commitment to responsive, reliable, and professional services from our team of experts that includes more than 23 years of service. It’s a team effort to keep our communities clean, and we strive to work with you to provide the best service at a great price.
Our trucks are nicer to the roads as they are lightweight!
Except as modified during holiday weeks, refuse will be collected on the same day, once per week (multi-family dwellings utilizing containerized service may have additional pickups). All containers should be placed at the curb no later than 8AM on the morning of pickup
Our office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our office is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and the holidays listed below.
One Way, Inc. observes the following holidays:
- January: New Year’s Day
- May: Memorial Day
- July: Independence Day
- September: Labor Day
- November: Thanksgiving Day
- December: Christmas Day
Routes scheduled on an observed holiday and the subsequent days of that week will be completed one day late. Friday collections will be rescheduled for Saturday.
If you are moving, please contact our customer service department to terminate service and remove any One Way Trash equipment provided. We are available during office hours at 303-823-0556.
One Way Trash offers residents additional services for collection; please contact at 303-823-0556 to schedule or estimate additional services.
BULK ITEM COLLECTION
Bulk items are those items that cannot be reduced to fit into containers. These would include mattresses, box springs, tables, chairs, bookcases and other furniture. Please contact us at 303-823-0556 to schedule or estimate a bulk item collection.
HAZARDOUS / UNACCEPTABLE MATERIALS
Household hazardous waste products are flammable, toxic, corrosive or reactive and pose a harmful threat or damage to the environment when disposed of improperly. Items such as paint, household batteries, pesticides, poisons, cleaning solvents, tainted gasoline, used oil and other automotive products are considered to be hazardous waste and should not be included with your regular garbage for disposal.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency states electronic waste is now the fastest growing segment of our nation’s waste. Electronic waste, including computers and TVs, contain toxic materials such as lead, chromium, cadmium, mercury, beryllium, nickel, zinc and other potentially harmful chemicals. The EPA warns when electronics that contain these materials are not recycled or disposed of properly, the hazardous chemicals can contaminate the ground water and present additional environmental concerns.
You can call us at 303-823-0556 or contact us online. We look forward to working with you on your latest project!