No. Residents will continue to use the same bins they currently use for recycling.
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Carts will be delivered in late January or early February of 2023.
The new carts should be used beginning with the first scheduled pick-up in March of 2023.
Yes, trash will continue to be picked up twice a week.
Yes. All residents will need to exclusively use the cart provided by Waste Management, which meets the specifications required for the automated pick-up system used on the Waste Management trucks.
All residents have the option of receiving either a 64-gallon or 96-gallon cart per the Town’s contract with Waste Management. Additional carts can be purchased from Waste Management directly.
Waste Management is switching to automated pick-up, meaning the trucks that will be used have an arm that picks up the cart and dumps it into the truck. The new carts meet the specifications required for this automated pick-up system.
No. The new carts will only be provided to households that reside within the Town of Jupiter boundaries.
All garbage must be placed in the new carts which will be provided. Residents who would like to purchase another may do so by contacting Waste Management.
No. You will only receive one cart unless you chose to purchase a second cart directly from Waste Management.
Residents will need to utilize the new carts provided by Waste Management for their garbage pickup as they meet the specifications required for the automated pick-up system used on the Waste Management trucks. Residents may retain their existing cans for vegetative waste use/pickup.
No. All residents will need to use the cart provided by Waste Management, which meets the specifications required for the automated pick-up system used on the Waste Management trucks.
Waste Management is creating a plan to collect old can(s). They are looking into the possibility of recycling these cans once collected.
No, the only options are 64- and 96-gallon carts
On March 1, 2022, the Town’s solid waste and recycling collection rates were adjusted to reflect new residential rates from Waste Management.
Residents will see the increase reflected in their March utility bill statement. March bills will be prorated with the number of days in the billing cycle from the previous February bill date through February 28 at the previous rate and from March 1 to the current date in March billed at the new rate. The April bill will reflect a full month of the increased rate. Please call 561-741-2467 with any questions you may have.
Visit Waste Collection Fees Page for further information.
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