Regular household waste (i.e. kitchen waste) is acceptable in your curbside collection container. If possible, we recommend removing recyclable items from your garbage and placing them into your recycling collection containers.
The following materials require alternative methods of disposal. Be sure to check with your local landfill to understand the proper disposal options for each material.
- Hazardous Wastes: acids, ammunition, antifreeze, asbestos, car batteries, caustics, chemicals, dead animals, explosives, fire extinguishers, fluorescent bulbs, herbicides/pesticides, motor oil, paint, poisons, propane/helium tanks
- Electronic Waste: lithium ion batteries can create truck fires. If the material in which you would like to dispose contains a lithium ion battery (i.e. cellphone or laptop), it will need to be brought to a certified e-Waste recycler
- Construction Debris: concrete, brick, block and palettes
- Large Landscaping Projects: mulch, dirt, rock, stumps and sod
Medical Waste Disposal
We recommend collecting all used needles and syringes in a thick, impenetrable plastic bottle (ex. laundry detergent bottle). The sealed bottle can then be discarded in your regular household trash container. The plastic container is no longer recyclable once it has been used for the collection of medical waste.
For unused prescription medications, be sure contact your pharmacy for proper disposal. Prescriptions should never be placed in your trash or recycling container for disposal. It is our duty to keep our environment safe for all of earth’s inhabitants.
The following items should be collected un-bagged and in your recycling container. There is no need to collect your recyclables using plastic bags. Recyclables should also be clean and empty. Drips that remain at the bottom of a liquid containers are fine. A carton or can that is still half full of liquid is not OK to place in your recycling container.
- Containers: Jugs, bottles, cartons, tubs, trays, buckets, bins
- Cans: Aluminum, Steel, Aerosol
- Cardboard: Shipping/Moving (flattened), Cereal, Paperboard, Frozen food
- Paper: Office, magazines, newspaper, books, mail, shredded (bagged)
The following items should NEVER be placed in your recycling container for collection:
- Plastic bags
- Plastic foam
A maximum of 15 boxes can be collected with your normal recycling service schedule. Boxes must be broken down and flat before placing curbside. Should you need more than 15 boxes collected, a bulk item request will need to be submitted.
Yard Waste Collection – Yard waste collection for single-family and townhouse residential units, including brush will be collected between the last Wednesday in March to the last Wednesday in December annually.
Subscribers are permitted to recycle up to 10 individual bags, containers, or bundles for weekly removal. Brush may be limited to individual pieces or bundles no greater than 50 pounds in weight, 4 feet in length, and no pieces larger than 3 inches in diameter.
Bulk Item Collection – Bulk Items There are certain items that are not considered household garbage. These “Bulk Items” must be scheduled and payed for at least 3 days in advance through the CSWaste business office. You can also send us in a detailed email of what you have at Customerservice@cswaste.com and we’ll get back to you within 24hrs!
Equipment – We give our customers multiple options to fulfill their equipment needs. You can either purchase new or refurbished equipment from us or from our local retail partners such as: Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart.
Billing and Payment – Subscription customers are billed quarterly
- Pay Online— Debit or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express)
- Through Mail — Check or money order
- Over the Phone — Credit card payments
Cancellations – Champion does not charge you to cancel your services. Simply call in with your registered name and account number and we close out your account. Equipment that belongs to us will be subsequently collected at your convenience.
Holidays – Champion only observes 3 holiday per year: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years.
If a holiday falls on your collection day, your garbage will be collected on the next regularly scheduled collection day.
Christmas Tree Collection – Christmas trees from single-family and townhouse residential units no greater than 8 feet in length will be collected during the first two weeks of January each year.
Tree’s must be free from decorations and placed at the curbside by 6:00 am for collection. Christmas tree’s placed out for collection after scheduled days will require a bulk/special pick-up at an additional cost of $15.00 per tree.
Inclement Weather Policy – Roadway safety and the health of our team is our primary concern. Roads and/or areas, which are deemed unsafe due to snow or ice, will be suspended for collection. If we are unable to provide collection, services will resume on your next regularly scheduled collection day.
Be sure to follow our social media pages, where we provide up to date announcements regarding cancellations and threatening inclement weather conditions.