GARBAGE & RECYCLING
The Village of Mukwonago contracts with John’s Disposal Service, Inc. to provide garbage and recycling collection to Village residents. Garbage and Yard Waste collections are paid for through the Village tax levy, Recycling collections are paid through the recycling fee included on the utility bill. John’s Disposal Service also collects brush, leaves, and other yard waste five times during the year.
- General Refuse Collection Rules
- Garbage/Recycle/Bulky Item Collection Schedules
- Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Recycling and Composting Page
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Product Disposal
- Electronics Recycling – Scroll Down
- Municipal Code
Refuse Collection Dates
Garbage Collection: Every Wednesday.
Recycle Collection: Every other Wednesday.
Bulky Item Collection: First Wednesday of odd-numbered months.
Yard Waste and Leaf Collection: Five (5) times per year. Click here for more information.
Holiday Collection: All 2018 collections above will be one day late due to the following holidays: Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, and Christmas Day.
Garbage & Recycling FAQ
Who do I contact if my garbage, recycling or yard waste was not picked up?
You must contact John’s Disposal (www.johnsdisposal.com) by calling (888) 473-4701.
I just built a new home. How do I receive toters?
The Village sends John’s Disposal a list every month of new addresses. John’s Disposal will deliver them within the first two weeks of the month. If you have not received the garbage and recycling toters within the first two weeks, you may contact John’s Disposal by calling (888) 473-4701.
My toter is too big/small for me. How do I receive a different size?
John’s Disposal will be happy to provide you with a different size toter that will fit your needs. Please contact John’s Disposal by calling (888) 473-4701.
When is the Christmas Tree/Wreath Pickup?
Christmas Trees and wreaths may be disposed of during the large, bulky item pickup, which occurs the first Wednesday of January (or Thursday if a holiday falls on or precedes the normal collection day).
Electronics are one of the fastest growing parts of the waste stream, with millions of devices discarded each year in the United States. Computers, TVs, cell phones and other electronics contain valuable materials that can be recovered through responsible recycling. Electronics also contain potentially hazardous materials, such as lead and mercury, that can pose a risk to human health and the environment if not properly managed. Wisconsin’s electronics recycling law keeps many devices out of landfills and incinerators and creates recycling opportunities for state residents. Electronics recycling is a growing industry in the state, creating jobs and preserving valuable resources.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Waste Management Website (includes E-Cycle Wisconsin, Hazardous Waste, Recycling, Solid Waste and Landfills, and Cleaning up Storm Debris)
2018 Yard Waste Collection Dates
Public Works Director
(262) 363-7197 Fax
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
7:00 am to 3:30 pm
630 East Veterans Way
Mukwonago, WI 53149