Green Bay Area Dumps and Recycling Centers
Whether you need a dumpster for spring cleaning, remodeling, roofing, or at a job site, Green Bay Dumpster Rental has you covered. Our dumpster rental rates will include delivery, removal, tonnage cap, 30-day rental and fuel cost. Estimated dumpster service time for delivery and removal is 24 hours. Feel free to place your order online and save $20 or order by phone at 920-412-6684.
What size dumpster do I need? Small dumpsters are typically used for "small" remodel jobs such as 1 to 2 rooms or if you want to clean out the attic. "Medium" dumpsters would be used for a small roof job or if you lived in a house for more than 15 years. The "Large" dumpsters would be best for any construction jobs that includes 3 or more rooms or if you have a lot of large furniture items to toss out. A dumpster rental is the last thing you want to worry about, so please leave the worrying to us. We have staff here to answer any and all questions about street permits, tonnage caps, and items allowed into your dumpster.
Green Bay Department of Public Works – 920.448.3100
Recycling is mandatory in the City of Green Bay
The City has Single Stream Recycling Pick Up
The City of Green Bay does not collect any type of hazardous wastes. Please contact the Brown County Household Hazardous Waste Facility at 920-492-4950 for proper handling and disposal of hazardous wastes.
Please call 920.448.3535 to request special pick-ups of bulk waste or appliances – there may be a charge for these services
Brown County Household Hazardous Waste Facility 2561 S. Broadway – (920) 492-4950 Near Hwy 172 on the west side of the Fox River. Directions from Lambeau Field 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304 - Head southwest on S Oneida St toward Stadium Dr 0.7 mi, Turn left onto Cormier Rd , 0.9 mi, Turn right onto S Broadway.
The Solid Waste Transfer Station is located at 3734 West Mason Street. The purpose of the Solid Waste Transfer Station is to transfer waste to landfills as part of a three county waste disposal plan. The county also maintains two closed sanitary engineered landfills. These landfills hold an estimated seven million cubic yards of waste produced by county residences, businesses and municipalities. Directions from Lambeau Field 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304. (Head northwest on Lombardi Ave toward S Ridge Rd 1.2 mi, Turn right to merge onto I-41/US-41 N 0.8 mi, Take exit 168 for Wisconsin 32 S/Wisconsin 54 S/Mason St, 0.2 mi Keep left, follow signs for WI-54, W 312 ft,At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto WI-54 W/W Mason St 0.1 mi, At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto W Mason St 4.0 mi) Across the street form the U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer.
Mon - Fri: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat: 7:30 AM - Noon
Mon - Fri: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat: 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Longer wait periods may occur during peak periods:
Mon - Fri: Noon to 3:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Construction & Demolition Waste
Items Recycled (loads should contain 60% or more of the following items):
• Wood (dimensional lumber 2”x4” etc., plywood, tree trimmings, pallets, home demo, cabinets, doors, etc.)
• Residential Shingles (mixed in loads, majority should go to shingle recycling)
• Vinyl Siding
• Aggregate (concrete, rock, brick, stone, porcelain, tile)
• Drywall, New (standard, blue board, green board all okay) (painted drywall is unrecyclable (cardboard)
• Metal (sheet metal, window frames, pipes, bikes, lamps, wire... any metal)
• Cardboard Loads commonly accepted:
• Home demolition
• New residential construction
• New commercial construction
• Commercial loads containing shipping material (containing large quantities of pallets and
• Drywall loads Loads commonly NOT accepted:
• Commercial demolition containing large quantities of roofing (asbestos concerns)
• Loads with majority of load containing plastic, tarps, burlap, or carpet
• Commercial demolition containing large quantities of fines and little to no wood or metal
• Household clean outs containing large amounts of trash, clothes, mattresses, or furniture
Asphalt Shingle Recycling
• Unacceptable Debris
• No asbestos
• No cedar shakes
• No tile
• No slate
Shingles that will be accepted as clean will have minimal tar paper and nails.
Shingles that will be accepted as dirty will have tar paper, nails including less than 10% of wood, plywood, OSB, plastic and metal.
The Brown County HHW facility is located at 2561 South Broadway in the Village of Ashwaubenon. Directions fromGet on I-43 S Take WI-172 W to Pilgrim Way in Ashwaubenon. Take the exit toward WI-32/Oneida St/Ashland Ave from WI-172 W Continue on Pilgrim Way. Drive to S Broadway.
Farms, businesses and residents of other counties please call (920) 492-4964 for appointment information
The following are banned:
• computers (desktop, laptop, netbook and tablet computers)
• desktop printers (including those that scan, fax and/or copy)
• computer monitors
• other computer accessories (including keyboards, mice, speakers, external hard drives and flash drives)
• DVD players, VCRs and other video players (i.e., DVRs)
• fax machines
• cell phones
Many retailers in Wisconsin already collect electronics for proper disposal. In the Green Bay/Brown County area a variety of options already exists.
See the list below for facilities in Green Bay that accepts electronics for recycling:
As a note, some of these collectors may charge a fee for some or all of the types of electronics accepted under this program.
• Brown County Household Hazardous Waste Facility 2561 S. Broadway – (920) 492-4950
• Best Buy: 825 Pilgrim Way – (920) 494-2950
• Cyber Works: 2022 E. Mason St. – (920) 497-2667
• Lamp Recyclers Inc.: 3055 Holmgren Way – (920) 403-1166
• Milwaukee PC: 1683 E. Mason St. – (920) 465-4430
• Norsec Computer Recyclers: 801 S. Broadway – (920) 660-8181
The Brown County Household Hazardous Waste Facility accepts all types of electronics:
• All types of residential electronics are accepted
• Thursdays Noon - 6 pm
• Saturdays 8 am - 2 pm
Material from other counties is accepted for a fee.
Brown County will accept material from people and businesses that do not reside in Brown County. In most cases the material will be charged the same VSQG rates that apply to Brown County businesses. Brown County has agreements with some neighboring Counties for their residents to deliver to the Brown County facility with the costs charged back to the County.
Please contact your local recycling or solid waste authority to see what services may be available in your area. Or contact the Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department at 920-492-4950 for more information.
Pulaski - Dump and Recycling
From585 East Glenbrook Drive Pulaski, WI 54162
Head southwest toward Glenbrook Dr
Turn left onto Glenbrook Dr
Turn right onto S Wisconsin St
At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Crest Dr
Turn left onto Mountain Bay Dr
Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00AM - 5:00PM Friday 8:00AM - NOON
Only a short way off HWY 29, the major east/west route in the central part of the state, and situated at the intersections of HWYS 32 & 160. Located near the Pulaski StationPulaski Tri-County Fire Department.
Hobart - Garbage Dump and Recycling
General QuestionsVillage Office/Police Department
2990 S. Pine Tree Road
Hobart, WI 54155
Phone: (920) 869-1011
Hours - 8am - 5pm Monday - Friday
Large Item Pick Up:
If you have a large item you would like to picked up, please contact Advanced Disposal at 920-983-3341. They will schedule the pick up and let you know what the charge will be.
Wrightstown - Garbage Dump and Recycling
Items can also be brought to the Brown County Solid Waste Transfer Station at 3734 West Mason Street in Oneida, or to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility located at 2561 Broadway Street in Ashwaubenon. Directions from Menards 1313 Lawrence Drive, De Pere, WI 54115 Take S Ashland Ave and N 8th St to Allard St in De Pere Turn right onto Allard St Follow Grant St to Lawrence Dr
BULK & OVERFLOW WASTE
Bulk and overflow waste is considered to be anything that is too large for the 95 gallon automated container, or anything that causes your container to be too full and not allowing your lid to close properly.
Bulk and overflow waste can be brought to the Wastewater Treatment Plant located at 101 Washington Street. Just north on Washington Street fromWrightstown's River Inn
Please bring all of your unwanted electronics to the Wastewater Treatment Plant at 101 Washington Street for proper disposal.
De Pere – Garbage Dump and Recycling
Directions from Menards 1313 Lawrence Drive, De Pere, WI 54115 DePere Brown County Solid Waste - 3734 W Mason St. Hobart, WI 54155 920-492-4950
Head northeast on Lawrence Dr toward Grant St
At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto County Rd Ee/Grant St
Continue to follow County Rd E Turn right onto S Pine Tree Rd. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit Continue onto County Hwy Ge Turn left onto W Mason St
Oconto - Garbage Dump and Recycling
Oconto County Solid Waste - 153 Evergreen Rd Oconto, WI 54153 Phone: 920-834-6876
Directions from Matravers Power Center 105 Congress Street, Oconto, WI 54153 Head northeast on Congress St toward Ellis Ave Turn left onto Ellis Ave Turn left onto Washington St Turn left onto Bay Shore Rd/Superior Ave Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Cty Hwy Y/Main St. Turn right onto Cook Ave. Turn left onto Evergreen Rd.
Oconto Recycling Drop Off Center
6608 Elm Grove School Rd., Oconto, WI, 54153
Oconto County Materials Recovery Facility
153 Evergreen, Oconto, WI 54153
Townsend Recycling Drop Off Center
16230 Village View Dr., Townsend, WI, 54175
Lakewood Recycling Drop Off Center
17372 North Rd., Lakewood, WI, 54138
Doty Recycling Drop Off Center
16894 Star Lake Rd., Mountain, WI, 54149
Riverview (Tar Dam) Recycling Drop Off Center
14319 Tar Dam Rd., Mountain, WI, 54149
Riverview (Crooked Lake) Recycling Drop Off Center
Corner of CTH W & Sunset Rd., Mountain, WI, 54149
Mountain Recycling Drop Off Center
Old 32 Rd., Mountain, WI, 54149
Breed Recycling Drop Off
13457 Dump Rd., Suring, WI, 54174
Brazeau Recycling Drop Off Center
10892 Parkway Rd, Pound, WI, 54161
Bagley Recycling Drop Off Center
10915 Ucil Lake Rd., Pound, WI, 54161
Maple Valley Recycling Drop Off Center
8362 Brock Rd., Suring, WI, 54174
V. Suring / T. How Recycling Drop Off Center
364 S. Knapp St., Suring, WI, 54174
Little River Recycling Drop Off Center
3627 CTH A, Oconto, WI, 54153
C. Oconto Recycling Drop Off Center
1616 Main St., Oconto, WI, 54153
Stiles Recycling Drop Off Center
5718 Watercrest Rd., Lena, WI, 54139
C. Oconto Falls / T. Oconto Falls Recycling Drop Off Center
325 Pioneer Dr., Oconto Falls, WI, 54154
Underhill Recycling Drop Off Center
5350 CTH V, Gillett, WI, 54124
Morgan Recycling Drop Off Center
3276 CTH C, Oconto Falls, WI, 54154
Abrams Recycling Drop Off Center
3394 Nikodem Ln., Abrams, WI, 54101
Pensaukee Recycling Drop Off Center
4720 Brookside Rd., Abrams, WI, 54101
Little Suamico Recycling Drop Off Center
6297 Allen Rd., Sobieski, WI, 54171
Chase Recycling Drop Off Center
8495 CTH S, Pulaski, WI, 54162
Kewaunee - Garbage Dump and Recycling
Directions from The Birchwood Bar E3726 County Road L Kewaunee, WI 54216:
Head east toward Maple Ln
Continue onto Maple Ln
Turn right onto Co Rd C
Turn right onto Co Rd F Kewaunee County Solid Waste - E3726 County Rd L Kewaunee, WI 54216 - 920-388-2223
Bellevue – Village Garbage and Recycling
Village of Bellevue contracts with Veolia Environmental Services for weekly residential garbage pick up
Co-Mingled Recyclables are picked up bi-weekly – 920.468.5225
Bellevue has a Compost site Open to residents only
3891 Eaton Rd, Bellevue, WI 54311 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am – 4:30pm
Directions from Cabela’s 1499 Lombardi Ave, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 Get on I-41/US-41 S Take WI-172 E to Manitowoc Rd in Bellevue. Take exit 181 from I-43 N Drive to Eaton Rd
Suamico – Village Garbage Pick Up and Recycling
Suamico Municipal Services Center
12781 Velp Avenue, Suamico WI
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00am-3:30pm
Waste oil can be brought to the Suamico Municipal Services Center.
Directions from Menard’s 2300 Woodman Dr Howard, WI 54303 Head west on Woodman Dr toward Duck Creek Pkwy Take Cardinal Ln to Velp Ave in Suamico
Ashwaubenon – Garbage and Recycling Locations
Ashwaubenon Department of Public Works – 920.492.2310
The Ashwaubenon compost site is located behind the Public Works garage on Collaer Court, and open year round for Village Residents.
Brown County Hazardous Waste Facility 2561 S. Broadway, 920.492.4950
Algoma – Garbage and Recycling News
Public Works Department - 920.487.2391
1520 Jefferson St., Algoma WI
Yard waste, metal depository, waste oil depository, concrete depository items may be taken to the corresponding piles behind the Street Department at 1520 Jefferson Street
Garbage and recycling program for City Waste Management
Luxemburg - Garbage and Recycling
Luxemburg Municipal Office – 920.845.2722
Garbage is picked up every Friday starting at 6am.
Recycling is picked up every other Friday.
All garbage bags placed curbside must have a sticker on it - Stickers can be purchased for $1.50 at the Village Municipal Office, Stodola’s IGA, IGA, BP Gas Station, Main Street Sanitation, and Simonar Shell
Casco – Village Garbage & Recycling Services
Casco Village Clerk – 920.837.2220
Garbage is picked up every Friday, a 40lb limit is allowed - any recyclables found in the garbage or garbage over 40lbs will be left on the curb. The landfill can refuse our garbage if we have recyclables with the garbage, please separate recyclables from garbage.
Stickers for garbage pick-up can be purchased from M&I Bank, Luxemburg Bank, and The Family Pantry Mini Mart.
Recycling will be the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month.
Denmark – Garbage Dump and Recycling
Denmark Village Hall – 920.863.6400
Brown County Landfill drop-off site – 2561 South Broadway, Village of Ashwaubenon, just off of Hwy 172.
Howard – Garbage Dump and Recycle Information
Brown County Disposal Facility – 2561 South Broadway, Village of Ashwaubenon
Department of Public Works – 920.434.4640
Directions from Menard’s 2300 Woodman Dr Howard, Get on I-41 in Green Bay Continue on I-41 to Ashwaubenon. Take the exit toward WI-32/Oneida St/Ashland Ave from WI-172 E Take S Ashland Ave to S Broadway.
Allouez – Garbage Dump and Recycling
Village of Allouez 920.448.2800
1900 Libal Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
Trash / Junk Pick-Up
Large trash items, up to two (2) cubic yards, that won’t fit in your garbage cart will be picked up at no charge Monday through Thursday the first full week of most months. Refer to the attached Bulk Waste Collection Schedule. The schedule will also be posted on the Village website and in All About Allouez. Bulk waste includes mattresses, furniture, sinks, and wood less than four (4) feet in length. If the amount of trash / junk is more than two (2) cubic yards, there is an additional charge for the larger volume and it will be billed to the resident. Non-collectable items include fluorescent light ballasts and lamps, mercury lamps, gas grill propane tanks, lead acid batteries, computers, microwaves, televisions, electronic equipment, tires, construction debris from remodeling, concrete and bricks. These items must be disposed of by the resident at the Brown County Solid Waste Transfer Station (construction debris, tires, appliances, and batteries), the Brown County Recycling Center Household Hazardous Waste Facility (electronic items, paint).
Please note that electronic equipment (TV’s [$10 per TV], radios, microwaves, computers, etc.) and appliances (stoves, refrigerators, etc) may be taken to the Village of Allouez Yard Waste Site for drop-off at no charge except for TV’s. Electronics and appliance pick-up is also available for a twenty-five dollar ($25.00) charge by calling the Village Hall.
Do not place trash / junk at the curb during non-pickup weeks. Violators will be given a forty-eight (48) hour notice to remove trash / junk from the curb and if not removed the Village will pick it up at a charge. The minimum pickup charge during a non-collection week is two-hundred dollars ($200).
If a trash / junk pickup is requested due to selling a house or moving, cleaning out a house, or moving out of an apartment, a pickup can be provided at a one-hundred dollar ($100) minimum charge. Call the Village Hall to schedule.
The Solid Waste Transfer Station is located at 3734 West Mason Street. The purpose of the Solid Waste Transfer Station is to transfer waste to landfills as part of a three county waste disposal plan. The county also maintains two closed sanitary engineered landfills. These landfills hold an estimated seven million cubic yards of waste produced by county residences, businesses and municipalities.
New Denmark – Garbage Dump and Recycling Center Information
The Brown County landfill is also available to residents for disposal of large waste. The landfill is located at 3734 W. Mason Street, Oneida, Wisconsin. Rates, hours of operation. Directions from Austin Straubel International Airport 2077 Airport Drive, Green Bay, WI 54313 Head northeast At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto Airport Dr At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit Continue onto Airport Dr At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto W Mason St.Brown County Landfill - 920-492-4950
The Town does not provide for disposal of yard waste and it is left to each resident to properly disposal of his or her own waste. Please note, ditch are maintained and controlled by the Town. Yard waste should not be placed in the right-of-way as it can cause problems with drainage and flowage of water and block the culverts. Please consider recycling your waste by composting and/or shredding.
Household Hazardous Waste Facility New Denmark is an active participant in the HHW facility located at 2561 South Broadway in Green Bay. Residents are encouraged to dispose of old paint, stains, cleaning products, pesticides, fluorescent lights, computers and old electronics at this center. Some fees for disposal may apply. Farm and business waste is accepted by appointment, only. The HHW also has a product exchange room where "like new" products and paint are available free to Brown County residents. Hours of operation are Thursday: Noon to 8 pm and Saturday 8 am to 2 pm. Any questions 920-448-4400.