Frequently Asked Questions

How often will my trash and recycling be picked up?

Weekly. Trash and recycling will be picked up the same day.

Does Choice Disposal provide trash carts or other containers?

All of our residential customers receive free trash and recycling containers!

Do you take large items, and how often?

You are allowed one large item monthly. You MUST call ahead for large item pick up and it may not be picked up on your normal trash day.

Examples of large items we accept:   couches, recliners, stoves, hot water heaters, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers. Please call ahead to ensure we can accommodate your item.

All freon items such as: fridges, freezers, dehumidifiers are subject to an extra charge.

Televisions are subject to an extra charge

Building materials including but not limited to: windows, drywall, wood are subject to an extra charge.

We do not take: tires, batteries, liquids, hazardous materials, wet paint, oil or automotive parts.

Questions? Call us! Main Office: 608-580-0580

How do I pay my bill?

    • Credit card via emailed invoice
    • Credit card via telephone
    • Send us a check
  • Set up auto-pay
  • Online pay via our website is not available

What if my pickup day falls on a holiday?

If a holiday lands on or during the week before your normal pickup day, your pickup will be postponed. You can expect your pickup day to be one day later than normal.

Is yard waste pickup included in my service?

Yard waste pickup is available to our customers with a fee.
All yard waste
MUST be placed in a paper biodegradable bag BEFORE pick up.
All customers wishing us to take yard waste
MUST call beforehand to be set up as a yard waste pick up customer

What items are to be put in the trash, and what items for recycling?


  • plastic wrap
  • plastic bags
  • broken toys
  • ceramics
  • light bulbs
  • bagged garbage
  • food waste
  • Styrofoam
  • other loose trash


  • Aluminum cans and clean foil
  • tin cans, steel cans, empty/dry paint cans
  • glass bottles, jars
  • #1-7 plastics
  • milk cartons, juice boxes, soup cartons
  • newspaper
  • magazines
  • books
  • mail
  • school/office paper
  • brown corrugated cardboard
  • cereal and shoeboxes
  • brown paper bags
  • shredded paper must be bagged in clear plastic bag and placed in recycling bin


  • Styrofoam of any kind
  • yard waste
  • trash
  • household hazardous waste
  • construction materials
  • electronics
  • clothing