Gallegos Sanitation Inc. (GSI) is kicking off October with its Think Pink Program, a program that literally provides pink services to customers who want to show their support for cancer awareness. The Think Pink Program includes bright pink 35-, 65- and 95-gallon trash carts, pink roll-off containers and pink portable toilets.
“About 1 in 7 women in Colorado will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. We wanted to create a program that would support local organizations and reduce the personal...
In response to the recent spring snow storm, Gallegos Sanitation Inc. will provide tree-waste collection service until June 17 to residents who are and are not regular GSI customers. Debris will be taken to the Larimer County Landfill to be processed into mulch.
We're asking customers to take a photo and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can properly quote out a price for the collection.
Call 970-484-6574 to contact dispatch and coordinate collection.
Organics are hot. What to do with them is fast becoming our industry’s biggest challenge. It is also the most elusive. Just defining which materials are "organic" can be maddening. Do we mean only food and yard waste or should we include other products including unrecycled paper products, such as towels, cups, tissues, wood pallets and even diapers and cat litter? If we take the former approach, about 30 percent of the waste stream is organic; with a more expansive definition, more than half of...
As of Tuesday, it will be illegal to speed past sanitation vehicles.
By classifying garbage trucks and waste collection vehicles as “hazard vehicles,” New York is now the 12th state to enact a ”Slow Down to Get Around” law, which builds off of the preexisting “Move Over” law.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the bill into law in August, and it takes effect Tuesday. The state Legislature passed the measure in June.
Motorists must now reduce their speed when passing waste and recycling...
2017 Christmas Tree Drop-Off Locations and Information:
All decorations must be removed from trees prior to drop-off. Please remove all:
Wreaths Plastic bags
Ornaments Tree stands
Please note the following drop –off locations below.
Fort Collins Drop-off Sites:
The City of Fort Collins will accept Christmas trees from December 26, 2016, to January 16, 2017. Trees will be chipped on site and processed into wood mulch for residential...