Effective February 1, 2022 we are pleased to announce that we have upgraded our billing system to add convenience and flexibility for our customers. Your account numbers and remittance address have changed with this upgrade.  The bill payment website is new and you will need to enroll as a new user to make a payment and set up automatic recurring payments.

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A Letter to All our Valued Customers

We are a regulated utility under the control of the Washington Utilities & Transportation Commission.  The commission sets the rates, and policies which the business is operated under.

Residential customers have the choice of once a month service, or once a week service.  We provide either a 60 gallon, or a 90 gallon toter.  The 90 gallon toter is not available for once a month service.

Commercial customers can choose a 60 gallon toter picked up either once a month or once a week, we also offer 90 gallon toters for weekly pickup.  Our 300 gallon commercial container is available for either weekly service, or every other week service.

We also offer twenty and thirty yard drop off boxes.  These are available for construction,  remodeling jobs, or demolition, and can also be used for any general clean up job.  The 300 gallon containers are also available for disposal of household waste for short term use.

Appliances, wood, or other materials can be hauled off by calling our office, and special arrangements will be made for pickups.

You may pay your bill by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express over the phone, or online. You may save your card on file for one-time payments, or may set up for recurring payments on our bill pay website here.

We also want to remind our customers that our office is closed and no routes are running on Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s Day. If your garbage falls on one of those holidays, we will provide service on the next day. 

Totes need to be out by 6:30 a.m. on the pickup day.  Place totes within 2 feet of the existing road with the opening of the lid facing the road.  Be sure it is not close to mailboxes, trees, cars, fences, or other obstructions.

A copy of the WUTC Consumer Guide to Residential Garbage and Recycling is available in our office, or online by clicking here.