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Info on recycling from the cityThe La Crosse County Solid Waste Department has so many different opportunities for residents and businesses alike to drop off items, most FREE to residents. The Household Hazardous Materials Facility (HHM) at the landfill is for residents to dispose of unwanted TVs, computers, chemicals, lights, cleaning products, automotive fluids and so much more. Click 👇https://lacrossecounty.org/docs/default-source/solid-waste/2022-hhm-household-customer-pricing-document_metre.pdf?sfvrsn=5a4c6829_2 for more information and pricing list. The last page of the 2022 Recycler has more information also - see photo belowThis short video vimeo.com/662017407/47c06bfa06 has 7 guidelines for safety at HHM. La Crosse Neighborhoods, Inc., Powell Poage Hamilton Neighborhood Student Rentals La Crosse Washburn Neighborhood in La Crosse Lower Northside Depot Neighborhood Bluffside Neighborhood Association Downtown Neighborhood Association - La Crosse, WI Grandview-Emerson Neighborhood Association GENA Holy Trinity-Longfellow Neighborhood Association Harter's Quick Clean Up Hilltopper Refuse & Recycling Service Inc The Apartment Association of the La Crosse Area La Crosse, Wisconsin UWL UWL Student Association UWL Students For Sustainability Western Technical College Weigent-Hogan Neighborhood Assn. - WHNA Viterbo University Western Sustainability Benson Management Inc Munson Realty La Crosse College Housing Three Sixty Real Estate Solutions Logan-Northside Neighborhood Association La Crosse County #householdhazardwaste #2022Recycler #lacrosserecycles #Sustainability #solidwastemanagement #lacrossewi #lacrossecounty #resourcesharing ... See MoreSee Less
Hogan Garden 2022--Help needed!The WHNA Board has organized and tended a community garden at Hogan Administration Center for the past 2 years. We are in the planning stages for organizing the garden for 2022. In order for us to do the garden this summer we need a group of dedicated folks to plant, weed and water the garden. Last year we organized a sign-up sheet for folks to water and weed and we had 2 planting days in May. We currently have 4 folks who have agreed to sign up for 1 week/month to water. We now need a group to help plant (4-6 folks) twice in May and a group that will take a week in June, July & August to weed the garden. Planting last year took a few hours in the morning and weeding if done weekly takes a few hours in the morning. In order for us to commit to the garden this year we need a group of folks to commit to being weekly weeders and a group to be May planters in the next few weeks. Please let Linda or Sue know if you can help! Linda’s email is email@example.com and Sue’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org . Hope you can join us!! ... See MoreSee Less
Info from the City about placement of garbage & recycling cansWinter is on the way! Just a reminder on placement for carts at your point of collection. Please follow these guidelines to ensure your trash and recycling are collected. Any questions, contact our office or Harter's Quick Clean Up,. UWL Viterbo University Western Technical College LaCrosse, Wisconsin City of La Crosse, Wisconsin Student Rentals La Crosse La Crosse Neighborhoods, Inc. Powell Poage Hamilton Neighborhood UWL Student Association La Crosse College Housing Benson Management Inc Munson Realty Three Sixty Real Estate Solutions Tami Nururdin, Coldwell Banker River Valley Realtor, The Apartment Association of the La Crosse Area Grandview-Emerson Neighborhood Association GENA Logan-Northside Neighborhood Association Holy Trinity-Longfellow Neighborhood Association Downtown Neighborhood Association - La Crosse, WI ... See MoreSee Less
Info about recycling bottles with caps from the cityBottle caps from water, soda, and other beverages should be disposed of two ways. 1. Leave the cap on bottle loosely. 2. Place in trash Reasoning behind the options: 1. The cap can be recycled, but having it loose releases the air when the material is crushed for baling to be transported for recycling. 2. If you take the caps off, they should be placed in trash. When they are placed in recycling cart and dumped, they are so small that they slip through the conveyor and land on the floor of the recycling facility and end up going to the landfill or Xcel Energy Incinerator. All metal lids from cans should be placed in the trash for the reason they are small and recycling is separated by workers and they are a hazard due to sharp edges, and they fall through the conveyor also. La Crosse Neighborhoods, Inc. Powell Poage Hamilton Neighborhood Sustain UW-La Crosse University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Bluffside Neighborhood Association Downtown Neighborhood Association - La Crosse, WI Logan-Northside Neighborhood Association Holy Trinity-Longfellow Neighborhood Association Lower Northside Depot Neighborhood Grandview-Emerson Neighborhood Association GENA La Crosse Public Library LaCrosse, Wisconsin Viterbo University Weigent-Hogan Neighborhood Assn. - WHNA Western Technical College The Apartment Association of the La Crosse Area, Munson Realty Three Sixty Real Estate Solutions Benson Management Inc La Crosse College Housing Student Rentals La Crosse UWL Student Association Washburn Neighborhood in La Crosse ... See MoreSee Less
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A reminder from the City of La CrosseDecember 28, 2021PSARE: HOLIDAY EXTRASAs you are wrapping up the holiday season, we would like to remind you of some different services and policies here in the City. Christmas lights can be recycled by placing them in your city-serviced Harter's Quick Clean-Up recycling cart, or by dropping them off in the specified bin at Rotary Lights or at Harter’s Quick Clean-Up’s facility. Christmas Tree Collection runs January 4th-7th, 2022. Trees should be placed on your boulevard by the morning of January 4th. We do not collect artificial trees. Those can be placed in your city-service recycling cart or dropped off at Harter’s Quick Clean-Up. We do not collect wreaths, live or artificial, as most are constructed with heavy wire. Excess cardboard or approved recyclables? If items do not fit into your city-service cart, with the lid closed, they can be dropped off at Harter’s Quick Clean-Up for free. Lids on both garbage and recycling carts should be closed; do not overfill your carts or leave items outside of it. Winter Snow & City-Serviced Carts: Carts should not be placed in the street during or immediately following a snowfall as damage can occur from snow plows. Clearing snow after each snowfall will make it easier to move your cart to its collection point. Place carts on a flat space on your boulevard or driveway; they will not be collected if placed on a snow bank. Large items are not picked up as a city-serviced collection. Items that are too large or heavy to fit in your garbage cart, would fall into this category. It is the resident's responsibility to dispose of large items either by calling a contractor of your choosing, or hauling to a drop-off location such as Harter's Quick Clean-Up or the County Landfill. Electronics, such as TVs, stereos, VCR/DVD players, computers, printers, etc. should never be placed in your carts. Residents can drop off electronic waste at the Household Hazardous Waste Facility, affiliated with the County Landfill, or at a contractor of their choosing such as Harter's Quick Clean-up, or Hilltoppers (fees may apply).Harter’s Quick Clean-Up La Crosse County Landfill & Hazardous Waste2850 Larson Street, La Crosse 3240 Berlin Drive, La Crosse WI608-782-2082 608-785-9572 & 608-785-9999 ... See MoreSee Less
Christmas Tree Collection Info from the CityJanuary 4-7, 2022Please remove tinsel, ornaments, and tree bags and set your tree out on the boulevard by 7:00 AM on January 4th. This collection does not coincide with your trash pick up schedule.If you would like to drop off your Christmas tree, that option is available. You may drop them off at Myrick Park in the parking lot east of the Gun Shelter. Or you may bring them, Monday-Friday between 7 AM and 3 PM, to 2000 Marco Drive, and place them in a pile south of the yard waste site, next to the green recycling dumpster.Just a reminder that the Yard Waste & Brush Site is closed for the season so you may not drop off other materials; those items should be taken to the County Landfill.Artificial Christmas Trees, Wreaths, & Holiday LightsWe do not collect artificial Christmas trees. Those, along with holiday lights and artificial wreaths, can be placed in your city-service recycling cart or dropped off at Harter’s Quick Clean-Up. We do not collect wreaths, live or artificial, as most are constructed with heavy wire. ... See MoreSee Less
Good info on reducing salt useFrom Superior to Sheboygan, municipalities across Wisconsin are taking huge steps to right-size their salt use. Several communities have cut total salt use by 50%; learn how at: www.wisaltwise.com/Take-Action/Winter-Maintenance-Professionals/Municipal-Champions ... See MoreSee Less