Residents must contract for sanitation services by the extended deadline of February 1, 2019.
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The Sanitation Service Ordinance was passed on Tuesday, October 9, 2018. Please view the Ordinance.
Cost of sanitation services will vary from vendor to vendor.
The following Vendors are approved to perform Waste Collection Services for residential areas in the city:
The following companies provide services to businesses and industries in all 7 districts within the city:
Yes, you can keep your current sanitation service provider only if they are on the qualified vendors list.
You must have sanitation services and will be able to select a vendor from the qualified vendor list.
Waste Industries and Worldwide Disposal Service, LLC serve the entire city.
Property owners/residents must have sanitation services provided from a vendor on the qualified vendor list. The Sanitation Ordinance does not provide exceptions to securing services with a sanitation vendor, including landfill operators, who is not under contract with the City.
Yes, vendors are mandated to offer both trash and recycling services.
No. The 5% infrastructure fee is charged to vendors. However, vendors may pass the cost to customers.
Purpose of Fee: The fee is to assist with managing the wear and tear on the roadways as a result of delivering waste collection services as well as to compensate vendors to provide sanitation services to uncovered residences.
What does this mean for residents? Solid Waste providers maintain the right to charge a fair, competitive market price. The City strongly encourages vendors to absorb the Infrastructure Maintenance fee; however, the decision to pass the fee to customers or to absorb is up to the vendor’s discretion. The City encourages citizens to contact their preferred vendor with concerns and preferences.
Recycling services will be provided by the vendors on the qualified vendor list.
City of South Fulton440 Fulton Industrial Boulevard SWAtlanta, GA 30336Phone: 470-552-4311