TOWN RESIDENTS ONLY RECYCLING: 5765 197TH ST., CHIPPEWA FALLS WI 54729 Phone: 715-723-7692 Mon-Thurs 9am-4pm
RECYCLYING CENTER HOURS 1st & 3rd Thursday's 4 pm to 7 pm / 2nd & 4th Saturday's 8 am to 1pm. Please sign in each time you use the recycling center. We must maintain the number of residents that uses the center each year.
***NOTE: BRUSH SITE NOW HAS CODE AVAILABLE FOR YEARLY & DAILY USE: YEARLY PASS $35.00 FOR RESIDENTS ONLY, DAILY PASS $ 5.00 MUST USE ON DATE PURCHASED/Weekend pass purchased Thursday $ 15.00. The site is video monitored. Grass clippings, leaves allowed in compost site, they must be removed from plastic bags. Brush, branches, smaller than 6" in diameter, pine cones allowed in brush site.No stumps, no tree roots, no timbers, no railroad ties, no trees larger than 6" in diameter are allowed in the brush site. No cement blocks, landscaping rocks and/or cement items.No garbage, furniture, mattress, sofas, tables, no concrete blocks, chunks of cement or rocks are allowed in either one of the sites. Violators will be banned from the site. NO COMMERCIAL SERVICE COMPANIES ALLOWED.
NO ELECTRONICS, NO TV’S, NO COMPUTERS, NO PRINTERS, NO PHONES, ETC, APPLIANCES ARE ACCEPTED FOR A FEE: FREON (REFRIGERATOR/HUMIDIFER): FEE $ 15.00, WASHER / DRYER FEE: $ 15.00 STOVE/COOKTOP FEE: $ 15.00. NO MICROWAVES OR BUILDING MATERIALS (CONCRETE, ROOFING, AND WOOD) ARE ACCEPTED. NO FURNITURE, NO MATTRESS/BOX SPRINGS. Contact the Town Hall if you are aware of illegal dumpingand waste along our town roads, phone 715 723-7692. SPRING AND FALL THE SITE MAY BE OPEN ON DESIGNATED DAYS FOR OUR RESIDENTS CONVIENCE.
We do not have a dump site. We do not garbage disposal/service. Contact a local garbage hauler for information, for items that you cannot recycle contact: FIRST CHOICE: 715-514-4664, WRR ENVIROMENTAL SVCS FOR HAZADROUS WASTE: 715-834-9624
VEOLIA SEVEN MILE LANDFILL, SEYMOUR/EAU CLAIRE: 715-830-0284 FOR “DUMP” INFORMATION.
CONTACT CHIPPEWA COUNTY RECYCLING 715-726-7999 FOR DATES OF COUNTY SPONSORED HAZARDOUS RECYCLING EACH SPRING AND FALLS AT NORTHERN WISCONSIN FAIRGROUDS