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Christmas Trees will be collected the same day as trash collection as your weekly bulk item (one per week). Please remove all decorations and place tree curbside with your regular trash. Trees over 7’ in height must be cut in half. Trees frozen in snow banks will not be picked up. There are no start/stop dates for collecting trees.
Please Note: The holiday season results in the highest trash volume of the year. Trash must take priority over trees if volumes, weather or other factor threaten the completion of daily trash routes. Trees left will be picked up at a later date.
Every other week - recyclables (glass - all colors - newspapers, magazines, junk mail, office paper, computer paper and paper board [cereal and cracker boxes], steel and tin cans, aluminum containers, Number 1 through 5 and Number 7 plastics. Cardboard is a recyclable material and will not be picked up with your trash. Please break down, flatten and fold boxes, cartons and other pieces of cardboard into 3 foot by 3 foot by 2 foot bundles. Then tie or tape them together and place next to your bin. Whole boxes will not be accepted. Styrofoam, packing peanuts, plastic bags and films are not recyclable curbside. Recycling will be collected on the same day as the trash collection. Place recycling and trash curbside by 7 a.m. on your pickup day. Trash collection is weekly and recycling is every other week.
For curbside recycling schedule and information, call 978-623-8700 or e-mail Recycle@andoverma.us.
In the event of a delay in collections, a Code Red call will be placed. Code Red automatically dials all listed land line numbers along with cell phones to those that have signed up. If residents have a land line that is unlisted, we suggest you sign up so you are included in notifications.If you have not signed up, you may do so from the Code Red website. Code Red calls are not placed if collections are on their regular schedule. CodeRed Website