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Town of Eagle residents, check out your neighborhood page to see new services available!
NEWS UPDATE: We are now accepting all plastics #1-7
PLEASE REMEMBER: Bear Season Advisory: Bear Resistant Containers are mandatory in most neighborhoods! Approved Wildlife Resistant containers can be purchased and delivered. Please be sure to place residential containers out only on trash days and after pick-up please bring them back inside.
Use these links to view specific wildlife ordinances:
Since 1978, Vail Honeywagon has provided superior waste and recycling services in the Vail Valley. As the only locally owned waste company, Vail Honeywagon is accountable, responsive, and personalized. Ask your neighbor and they will tell you why they love Vail Honeywagon.
Residential & Commercial Waste Services - full-time and part time residents can have their trash picked up weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or on call. Vail Honeywagon services residential waste needs throughout the Vail Valley. Waste management services for your business regardless of size. Adjustable schedules to meet your needs.
Construction/Demolition Roll-Off Waste Services - Remodeling? New Construction? Demolition? Vail Honeywagon has dumpsters ranging from 3 to 40 cubic yards to fit your project.
Commercial and Residential Recycling Services - these days recycling is a must and Vail Honeywagon makes it easy. Recycling programs for glass, plastic, aluminum,newspaper, office paper and cardboard are available.
Portable Restroom and Special Events Services - our newest service is portable restroom rentals. We provide clean, sanitary units for your wedding, construction site or any project with that need.
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When & Where ...Recycling pick-ups are made every other week on the same day as your trash collection. Be sure to have your recycling on the curb by 8a.m.
Bin # 1: Place Newspaper (including
inserts), office paper, magazines, and envelopes in
the bin. On windy days cover the paper so it will not
be blown around.
NO: paper board (cereal boxes), cardboard, Tyvek envelopes, phonebooks, plastic bags or trash
Bin # 2: co-mingled glass, Plastics, aluminum and tin
Glass -Please remove the lids and rinse the bottles and jars. All colors of glass are currently accepted. No ceramics, light bulbs, plate glass, or glassware.
Aluminum Cans -All aluminum or steel food cans. Please rinse and flatten.
Plastics - Please rinse and remove lids. Flatten large containers. Acceptable plastic containers are those with a recycle triangle with a number 1-7 in the middle. These symbols are typically on the bottom of the container.
NO: Plastic grocery bags. They should be recycled at your local grocery store. Sorry, plastic without one of the below symbols is not currently recyclable.
NO: Styrofoam - even if there is a #6 on the container.
Acceptable plastic containers are those with either one of the two symbols shown below stamped on the bottom. Generally their openings are smaller than the body of the container.
The following items should not be placed into the container:
- Motor Oil
- Hazardous Waste (details)
- Liquid paint
- Needles or syringes
- Cooking oil (can be disposed of if solidified)
- Loose or hot ashes