More than just a dump...we work extensively with waste reduction, reuse, recycling and composting. On our web site not only can you learn how to build a Backyard Composte Pile
, get information on Recycling Rules
, NiCad battery recycling or Sharp Collection
and disposal. Other information on this site includes a list of Garbage Haulers in your area, General Information (our phone numbers, hours of operation, and location map ) and Rate Information. Thank you for visting the Oneida County Solid Waste Department Web Site and Remember...
REDUCE, REUSE, AND RECYCLE!
Hazardous Waste Disposal
DON'T THROW IT ALL AWAY! REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE AND COMPOST!
If your business is considering moving to the Rhinelander/Oneida County area, and you have questions regarding waste disposal, recycling or composting, contact Brian Dutcher at 715-282-4945. The Oneida County Solid Waste Department will work with your business to reduce, reuse, recycle and/or compost by-products in a manner that is both economically and environmentally sound.
Roll Off Containers
10 Yard Containers up to 3 Tons
$200.00 Per Pull
*1st ton is free, ask for details
First Ton Included
First Two Weeks - No Rental Charge
Extra Mileage Charge For Deliveries Over 15 Miles From Our Location
Haul and Disposal
Call 715-282-4944 For more information
Roll off containers are very useful for thiings like home remodeling, house cleanups, and more. Smaller containers can be placed in hard to reach areas. We have a number of container sizes available including 12' L x 7.5' W x 3' H. Contact us and we'll be happy to help determine the right container size for your project.
|Get great bargins before they are gone at
The Second Story Resale Shop at the Oneida County Solid Waste Department will close for the season on Saturday, September 6th. Come on in for some great bargains!
Hours are Friday from 8:00 to 4:00 and Saturday 8:00 to noon.
Brian Dutcher; firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-282-4945
Donate / Purchase ONLY during sale hours.
2nd Story Information
If the pilgrims had used aluminum cans at the first Thanksgiving, the cans would still be around today.