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Trash Pick Up & Recycling Information

Trash Collection
Schedules
Holiday Trash
& Recycling
Hazardous Waste Drop Off Sight
Solid Waste
Disposal Guidelines
Alternatives to
Hazardous Chemicals
Composting
Information

Sanitation Department
Contact Information


COMPOST AREA 660-886-3772
municipalservices@mmuonline.net
The Compost Area (Old Landfill) is located north of Marshall off Route O. 

Hours of operation:
7am to 4pm Monday and Wednesday
7am to noon Saturday

The Compost Area is open to Marshall Residents.
Items accepted at the Compost Area are:  yard waste, brush, water heaters, dishwashers, washers, dryers, and stoves. Any item containing refrigerants (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, etc.)  must have the refrigerant evacuated and documented by a certified technician before the items can be accepted.

The second Saturday of each month, the City will load compost free of charge 7 am to 12 noon, March through November.

SANITATION DEPARTMENT 660-886-3945
municipalservices@mmuonline.net
The Sanitation Department is located at 1277 S. Odell Avenue

Hours of operation:
7:00 am – 4:00 pm  Monday through Friday

Please help us with your solid waste and recyclable collections by following the guidelines listed below:

Strong winds, neighborhood pets and scavengers will sometimes scatter trash if is not prepared properly by each household.  To prevent trash from being scattered, we recommend you tie off each bag securely, not let pets run loose, double wrap food scraps to prevent odors from attracting animals, and place curbside only on collection day.  The City requests that receptacles not be left out at curb on days other than their designated collection day.

Your trash and recyclables must be placed at the curb in front of your home, at curbside, by 7am on your collection day. House numbers should be visible from the street. Curbside means your container can be reached while standing on the edge of the street.

For ease of correct identification of pickup please leave at least 10’ of space between trash and recyclables.

Collection days are as follows:

Trash & Recyclable Paper Yard Waste
Monday--------Ward I
Monday------ Ward IV
Tuesday-------Ward II
Tuesday------Ward III
Wednesday-- Ward III
Wednesday--Ward II
Thursday------Ward IV
Thursday----- Ward I

On major holidays (New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas) the collection days may change. Please check your newspaper, radio or this website for changes in routes. All other holidays will remain on regular scheduled routes. 

Every effort should be made to keep all trash and recyclables dry. Wet paper cannot be recycled and wet trash is heavier and costs more for landfill disposal.

Residential Holiday Trash & Recycling Schedules 2017

Holiday

Date

Pick Up Schedule

New Year's Day

Sunday, January 1
Observed Monday, January 2

Collection delayed one day all week

Martin Luther King Day

Monday, January 16

Regular Collection Schedule

President's Day

Monday, February 20

Regular Collection Schedule

Truman's Birthday

Monday, May 8

Regular Collection Schedule

Memorial Day

Monday, May 29

Collection delayed one day all week

Independence Day

Tuesday, July 4

Tuesday thru Thursday collection delayed one day

Labor Day

Monday, September 4

Collection delayed one day all week

Columbus Day

Observed, Monday, October 9

Regular Collection Schedule

Veteran's Day

Observed Friday, November 10

Regular Collection Schedule

Thanksgiving Day

Thursday, November 23

Thursday Collection delayed one day

Christmas Day

Monday, December 25

Collection delayed one day all week

HAZARDOUS WASTE DROP OFF SIGHT

Saline County Household Hazardous Waste Drop off Facility is located at 26523 245th Rd , Marshall (The Compost Area). Appointments can be scheduled by call 660-463-2449 and are on the 4th Wednesday of the month from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Facility accepts Household Hazardous Waste from Residential only NO Commercial Businesses drop offs. A complete list of items accepted can be found at www.trailsrpc.org solid waste tab.

 

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL GUIDELINES

CATEGORIES

YES

HOW

NO


RECYCLABLE
PAPER

Newspaper, magazines, catalogs, junk mail, books, office paper, animal feed sacks (without strings), cereal boxes, and cardboard.  We request cardboard boxes be flattened.
ONCE A WEEK PICKUP

Placed curbside by 7 am on collection day in containers provided by the City or other acceptable container displaying recycling stickers.

Do not set out if rain or snow is likely unless protected by a weather safe container.

 

NO BATHROOM WASTE, DIAPERS, PLASTICS OR STYROFOAM


HOUSEHOLD WASTE

Picked up curbside on your designated day.  Household trash only

ONCE A WEEK PICKUP

Placed curbside by 7am on collection day in acceptable container or trash bags.

4 CONTAINER LIMIT
50 LB WEIGHT LIMIT

No tires, batteries, motor oil, or construction materials. 
No yard waste or brush. 

NO BARRELS ALLOWED AS CONTAINERS


PET
WASTE

Picked up curbside on designated day. Double wrapped and placed with your household trash.

ONCE A WEEK PICKUP

SCOOP THE POOP!
Double wrap and place curbside by 7am on collection day with household trash.

No buckets or open containers. Containers must not weigh over 50 lbs.


YARD WASTE

Grass, leaves,
and garden vegetation

Grass clippings, leaves, garden vegetation, flowers, corn stalks, corn cobs, tomato vines, watermelons, pumpkins, apples, pears, etc.

ONCE A WEEK
PICK UP

SPRING THRU FALL

Placed curbside by 7am on collection day in an acceptable container or
trash bags.

 

50 LB WEIGHT LIMIT

No commingling yard waste with brush or trash. Please DO NOT place thorny clippings in
plastic bags.

 

NO BARRELS ALLOWED AS CONTAINERS


BRUSH
TRIMMINGS

Maximum 4”
In diameter

Marshall Residents:  Do-it-yourself tree trimmings only

TAKE TO
COMPOST AREA

Marshall Residents may take their small brush to the compost area on days of operation.
NO EXTRA FEE.
FOR INFORMATION
CALL 886-3945

No trimmings over 4” in diameter. No commingling with trash, plastic bags, building material or yardwaste.
NO COMMERCIAL HAULERS


BRUSH
TRIMMINGS

Larger than 4”
In diameter

Marshall Residents: 
Do-it-yourself tree trimmings only

TAKE TO
COMPOST AREA.
A NOMINAL FEE
WILL BE CHARGED

Marshall Residents may take their larger brush to the compost area on days of operation.

FOR INFORMATION
CALL 886-3945

No commingling with trash, plastic bags, building materials or yardwaste. 

NO COMMERCIAL HAULERS


USED
MOTOR OIL

Marshall Residents: 
Do-it-yourself oil changes from private autos and yard/garden equipment.

Marshall Residents may obtain information on disposing of used oil by calling 886-3945 Monday through Friday 7am to 4pm.

No antifreeze, gasoline or diesel fuel.

NO COMMERCIAL
BUSINESSES


LARGE
ITEMS OR
EXCESSIVE
AMOUNTS

Couches, mattresses, chairs, other furniture, etc.  Do-it-yourself remodeling materials:  carpet, paneling, sheetrock, etc.

CALL FOR SPECIAL HANDLING INFORMATION

Marshall Residents may obtain information on special handling and disposal fees by
calling 886-3945 Monday through Friday 7am to 4pm

Will not be included with normal refuse pick up.

CALL FOR SPECIAL HANDLING INFORMATION


APPLIANCES

Washers, dryers, dishwashers, water heaters, and stoves.

CALL FOR SPECIAL HANDLING INFORMATION

Marshall Residents may obtain information on disposing of appliances by calling 886-3945
Monday through Friday 7am to 4 pm.

Will not be included with normal refuse pick up.

CALL FOR SPECIAL HANDLING INFORMATION


ALTERNATIVES TO HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS

Try these non-toxic or less-toxic products as alternatives to hazardous household chemicals. While a little more work may have to be required with some of these products, the benefits in terms of improved indoor air quality, decreased chemicals, fewer waste disposal concerns and convenience are most beneficial to our environment.

For this:

Try this:

Air freshener

Simmer cinnamon and cloves; leave opened box of baking soda in room; or set out a dish of vinegar

Aluminum spot remover

2 tablespoons cream of tartar + 1 quart hot water

Ants

Red chili powder or cream of tartar at point of entry

Bleach

Borax

Brass polish

Worcestershire sauce

Car battery corrosion

Baking soda + water

Chrome polish

Apple cider vinegar; then polish with baby oil

Cleaners (general household)

Mix ½ cup ammonia, 1/3 cup vinegar, ¼ cup baking soda in one gallon of warm water

Coffee cup stain remover

Moist salt

Coffee pot stain

Vinegar

Copper cleaner

Lemon juice + salt

Decal remover

Soak in white vinegar

Dish detergent with grease cutter

½ cup baking soda + usual amount of liquid detergent

Drain cleaner

Plunger followed by ½ cup baking soda + ½ cup of vinegar + 2 quarts boiling water

Fertilizer

Compost and vermicompost

Fiberglass stain remover

Baking soda paste

Flea & tick repellent

Scatter pine needles, fennel, rye or rosemary on pet’s bed

Fleas (on pets)

Feed pet brewer’s yeast, vitamin B or garlic tablets

Flies

Well watered pot of basil

Floor cleaner

1 cup vinegar + 2 gallons water

Furniture polish

2 parts vegetable oil and 1 part lemon juice – apply, rub in, wipe clean

Garbage disposal deodorizers

Use citrus rind or ice cubes

Grease fire

Douse with baking soda

Grease removal

Borax on damp cloth

Hand cleaner for paint/grease

Baby oil

Ink spot remover

Cold water + 1 tablespoon cream of tartar + 1 tablespoon lemon juice

Insects on plants

Soapy water on leaves, then rinse

Laundry detergent

Basic soap

Laundry pre-soak

Make paste of baking soda + water; apply to spots

Linoleum floor cleaner

1 cup white vinegar + 2 gallons water

Mildew remover

Equal parts of vinegar and salt

Mosquito repellent

Burnt citronella candles

Moth repellent

Cedar chips or dried lavender enclosed in cotton sachet

Multi-purpose cleaner

Mix ½ cup ammonia, 1/3 cup vinegar, ¼ cup baking soda in  1 gallon of warm water

Nematode (parasitic worm) repellent

Plant Marigolds

Oil stain remover

White chalk rubbed into stain before laundering

Oven cleaner

2 tablespoons liquid soap + 2 teaspoons borax + warm water

Paint - oil based/stain/spray

Water-based, non aerosol paints

Paint brush softener

Hot vinegar

Perspiration spot remover

Baking soda

Pet odor remover

Cider vinegar

Porcelain cleaner

Make paste from baking soda + water; let set, rub clean and rinse

Refrigerator deodorizer

Open box baking soda

Roach repellent

Chopped bay leaves and cucumber skins

Rug/carpet cleaner

Club soda

Rust removal (clothing)

Lemon juice + salt + sunlight

Rusty bolt/nut removal

Carbonated beverage

Scorch mark removal

Grated onion

Scouring powder

Baking soda

Shaving cream

Brush and shaving soap

Silver polish

1 quart warm water + 1 tablespoon baking soda + piece of aluminum foil + 1 tablespoon salt

Slug and snail repellent

Onion and marigold plants

Spot remover

Club soda, lemon juice, or salt

Stainless steel polish

Mineral oil

Toilet bowl cleaner

Paste of borax + lemon juice

Tub and tile cleaner

¼ cup baking soda + ½ cup white vinegar + warm water

Upholstery spot removal

Club soda

Water mark removal

Toothpaste

Water softener

¼ cup vinegar

Wine stain removal

Salt

Window cleaner

Use ½ cup of vinegar in 1 gallon of warm water

Wood polish

3 parts olive oil + 1 part white vinegar; almond or olive oil (interior unvarnished wood only)

 

 

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