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Posted on: February 1, 2022

[ARCHIVED] New Trash & Recycling app for Residents

Louie a the bernese mountain dog, as a puppy, sit in a recycle bin with paws on edge

Never Miss Your Waste Collection Day Again!

The Town of Andover’s Public Works Department is pleased to introduce our new app, Andover MA Solid Waste.

This app will make it easier for residents to stay connected and up to date on the Town’s ongoing waste and recycling programs. Powered by ReCollect, this new tool will help clarify confusion and make trash disposal and recycling easier for all Andover residents.

In the mobile app, you will find trash, recycling, and leaf collection schedules specific to your home address and receive alerts related to weather delays, or other changes or notifications related to the trash and recycling routes. Andover MA Solid Waste also features a "Waste Wizard", a look-up tool with information about which items and materials can be donated, reused, recycled, composted, or placed in the trash. The app can even send reminders of your collection day so you will never forget again!

Residents can download our new mobile app, Andover MA Solid Waste, for Apple or Android smartphones in their devices’ Appstore; you can also view this app on our website.

View the app and search your home address in our My Schedule tool; you can then:

• Sign up for waste collection reminders by email, phone call, or text message

• Download your collection schedule into your iCal, Google Calendar, or Microsoft Outlook calendar

• Print your collection schedule

In addition to all these features, the Andover Solid Waste App will allow the Public Works Department to view the most searched items, add items suggested from residents, and use the tool to inform users of any change of items accepted by the recycling program. The more feedback we receive, the better it may be tailored to the needs of Andover residents! Please feel free to contact the Public Works Department’s Solid Waste Division with any suggestions or feedback.

Department of Public Works
Solid Waste Division
Phone: 978-623-8701

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