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Jordan Skiff
Director of Public Works

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    PO Box 150
    Fond du Lac, WI 54935   Map It
    Phone: 920-322-3470
    Fax: 920-322-3471
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Departments / Public Works / Brush/Haz Waste/Bulky Waste Site Information

Brush/Haz Waste/Bulky Waste Site Information


The City of Fond du Lac Department of Public Works would like to inform residents the permanent closure of the hazardous household waste drop-off site on August, 31st, 2018 at 3:00 pm. The drop-off site is currently located at the Municipal Service Center, 530 N Doty Street.  The City will be partnering with Veolia Environment Services to plan an annual drop-off for City residents. The annual drop-off for 2018 has been scheduled for October 27th, from 8 am to 12 pm,  will be free to City residents. Residents will be able to drop off chemicals, light bulbs, batteries, and ballasts. The City will provide additional details as the event one or two weeks prior to October 27th.

 

The City will continue to receive Waste Oil at 490 Doty Street, the drop off site for Bulky Waste during normal bulky waste hours.

Brush
The City provides a brush and mulch bin for residents to drop their brush 24 hours a day, every day. The brush can be neatly stacked on the south end of the mulch bin. Grass, perrenials, annuals and garden vegetation should be dumped as close to the north wall as possible. 

Located at 530 Doty St.

If brush or lawn clipping are left on the curb side a notice will be sent to the resident to remove and bring to the city garage. If the resident cannot take care of the brush, the city will pick it up and bill the home owner.
Items Bulky Waste does NOT accept

NO:
TV's 
Electronics
Building material (drywall, wood, shingles)
Remodeling debris  
 

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