How can I get rid of my old trash and recycling containers?

Residents who want to dispose of their old trash and recycling cans have

three options:

  1. Bring them to the Transfer Station on free dump day on May 13th when you can dispose of them for free.
  2.  During the week of April 24th, mark the containers with the words “Take can as trash” and the collection contractor will take the containers and dispose of them for you
  3. Bring the containers to the Transfer Station at your convenience. You will pay a fee for disposing of the cans if you use this option.

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1. I am a homeowner who lives along a public road. How do I order my new containers for trash and recycling?
2. I am a homeowner who is 65 years old and I live along a public road. The 96-gallon containers are bigger than what I need for recycling. Can I get a smaller container to use for recycling?
3. I understand that by default, most homeowners get one 64-gallon container for trash. Can I get two 32-gallon containers instead?
4. I have a green, 18-gallon toter that I bought from the City. Can I use it for curbside pick up after April 1st?
5. Can I leave cardboard boxes out for curbside collection as long as they are next to my recycling bin?
6. Since we are getting new containers, what should we do with our old ones?
7. How can I get rid of my old trash and recycling containers?
8. What are backdown streets? Am I affected?
9. How should the new containers be left out on collection day?