What about bulk pickup?
Non-vegetative items which cannot be containerized, bagged, or bundled, including but not limited to, inoperative and discarded refrigerators, ranges, toilets, washers, dryers, bath tubs, water heaters, sinks, bicycles, and other similar appliances, household goods and furniture at no extra charge. Put these items out at the curb on your first collection day. Construction and demolition debris is not acceptable. You may also haul this material away yourself. Use any outside contractor or call Waste Management for a quote.

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1. When will I receive my new cart?
2. When should I start using the new cart?
3. Will trash still be picked up twice a week?
4. Do we have to use the Waste Management bin exclusively?
5. Can I get two carts?
6. Why do I have to use the new cart?
7. Does this apply to Jupiter Farms/Jupiter Inlet Colony/Tequesta/unincorporated Palm Beach County?
8. What do I do if all my garbage does not fit into the one cart?
9. If I request a 96-gallon cart, will I receive a 64-gallon cart as well?
10. What do I do with my old can(s)?
11. What if I already have the same shape cart, can I use it?
12. Is there a plan to recycle existing bins that we can no longer use?
13. Will recycling be changing as well?
14. Can I order a 32-gallon cart?
15. Why has my bill gone up?
16. How do I start my service as a new resident?
17. How often will my garbage be collected?
18. What about my yard waste?
19. What happens during a holiday week?
20. Where and how do I place my garbage for collection?
21. When do I put out my garbage?
22. What about bulk pickup?
23. Where do I dispose of old medications?
24. What about hazardous waste?
25. Who handles garbage and waste collection in Jupiter?