Waste Management of Colorado facilitates trash and recycling collection for the Town of Mt. Crested Butte. They collect trash on Wednesday mornings and recycling every other Wednesday. The fees are $75 per quarter.
- Rules & Regulations
Trash Collection is a mandatory fee under Town Code section 9-3. Every owner or occupant of premises within the town shall provide for the collection and disposal of ashes, garbage, and trash subject to the regulation of this chapter; provided, however, that the owners or occupants of residence structures, as defined in this chapter shall be required to pay the town for the collection and disposal of ashes, garbage and trash upon the schedule and in such amounts as are prescribed by the town manager. In the event of new residential structures being constructed within the town, such scheduled and prescribed amounts shall commence no later than one (1) year from the date of the building permit for such residence structure.
In most cases, issuance of a TCO (Temporary Certificate of Occupancy) or CO (Certificate of Occupancy) will activate a residential trash account. Once an account is activated you may contact the Town Hall to have Waste Management deliver a 96-gallon non-bearproof trash can and 2 recycle bins.
- How do I obtain trash receptacles and recycling bins?
Waste Management will provide and pick up one 96 gallon non-wildlife resistant trash totter per household. Please note, a wildlife-resistant trash container is not included with your contract and must be obtained independently by the homeowner.
Waste Management will provide and pick up one 96 gallon non-wildlife resistant recycling totter per household. This single stream system requires that all recyclables be clean and fit within the 96 gallon totter. Please break down all boxes. Refer to the recycling page for a detailed list of acceptable items.
Please place your recyclables out by 7:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. Since recyclable materials must be kept dry, please do not set them out the night before if snow or rain is likely, and please do not place them in the path of a snowplow. Please note that recycled items will not be picked up if contaminated with garbage.
To obtain your free recycle bins or a non-wildlife resistant trash totter, contact Emily Sharan at email@example.com.