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How do I get white goods and bulk disposal picked up?


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How do I get white goods and bulk disposal picked up?


Answer

White goods, such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, hot water heaters, etc., should be placed at curbside and allowed three to five days for pick up. Doors on appliances need to be removed prior or secured shut. Once done, submit a request at a case through palm coast connect to make arrangements for pick up.


Bulk pickup (furniture and other large items) is normally scheduled on your second scheduled pickup day of the week. Construction and demolition material is not considered bulk and will not be picked up by Waste Pro. All residents will need to dispose of this type of material at their own expense.


Disposal of carpets will be picked up on bulk day and must be in 3-foot sections and taped so they do not unroll.


Computers, monitors, televisions and lawnmowers can be put out on bulk day, but the fluids should be removed prior.


Construction items must be disposed of by the contractor. Waste Pro will only take small items that are broken down from a DIY project. These items need to be put out on the customer's bulk day.