Lakeshore Recycling reduces collection programs due to coronavirus

 
Submitted by City of Geneva
Posted3/24/2020 7:28 PM

Lakeshore Recycling Systems has officially suspended the collection of bulk and white goods as well as its curbside electronics recycling program in Geneva until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The city's waste hauler will not pick up these items -- even if a refuse sticker is attached -- set out with garbage. Bulk items are objects that are too large to fit into a garbage cart or can, such as a mattress or furniture; white goods are appliances.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Lakeshore's garbage, recycling and yard waste programs will continue to be picked up as normal for now. However, given the rapidly changing nature of this pandemic, the public is encouraged to check the city's website, www.geneva.il.us, frequently for the latest updates on the city's coronavirus response Web page.

Brush collection

Kramer Tree Specialists, the city's brush collection vendor, still plans to conduct its monthly pickups as normal beginning in April. Program regulations, a schedule and more details are available on the city's website at www.geneva.il.us.

For more information about Geneva's refuse and recycling services, visit the city's website or call the Geneva Public Works Department at (630) 232-1501.

Household hazardous waste

Kane County has suspended its regional household hazardous waste front door collection service, which Geneva is a participating partner. For more information, visit the County's website at www.countyofkane.org.

Health information

The latest health alerts can be found at the Centers for Disease Control website at www.cdc.gov, the Illinois Department of Public Health's website at www.dph.illinois.gov or the Kane County Health Department website at www.kanehealth.com. IDPH also has established a Coronavirus hotline at 800-889-3931 and email dph.sick@illinois.gov.

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