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The garbage and recycling program in Roselle consists of curbside garbage, recycling and yardwaste collection. The Village has contracted with Republic Services (formally Allied Waste/BFI) to provide residential and commercial refuse, recycling and yard waste collection service.
Roselle residents pay for unlimited weekly refuse and recycling services on a quarterly basis.
The Village of Roselle first established a recycling program for its residents in 1990, in an effort to conserve landfill space and natural resources. Since that time, the recycling program and the types of materials that are accepted have expanded tremendously. Sorting recyclable materials is no longer required, but be sure to consult the list of what materials are considered recyclable.
Yard waste collection is either a sticker/pay-per-bag system, or a 95-gallon cart option with an annual fee. Yard waste stickers are available seasonally at several area grocery and hardware stores, as well as at Village Hall.
Resident that have any comment or inquires about the Village Refuse and Recycling Program, please contact the Village Administrator's Office at (630) 980-2000 or call Republic Services at (847) 981-0091.
The exclusive waste/recycling agreement between the Village of Roselle and Allied Services of North America, d/b/a Republic Services of Mount Prospect is available for download (PDF).