Bulky trash includes any type of solid waste that cannot be placed into a 32-gallon trash can. Bulky trash does NOT include major appliances, automobile parts or components, construction debris or any other such items (see below). All bulk item must be placed at the back door.
Many residents are storing items behind their homes that they do not want taken. As a result, if items are to be taken as bulky trash, there must be a sign stating "Bulky Trash" so the driver is aware which items are to be thrown away. All boxes need to be broken down and bundled. There is a $10.00 charge for this pickup. This service must be scheduled 48 hours in advance through Republic Service's Customer Service Department at 636-947-5959.
Major Appliances (White Goods) are to be scheduled for collection through Republic Service's Customer Service Department at 636-947-5959. There is a a charge of $28.00 per appliance, payable in advance. Pick up days are scheduled for Fridays. Please give 48 hours notice.
Excluded Items (contact Republic Services)
Construction material or the materials that result from home remodeling projects will NOT be picked up as part of normal trash or as bulky trash. Some examples of the materials we are unable to pick up:
- Carpeting and other flooring materials
- Drywall or Sheetrock
- Wood (e.g., 2x4's, plywood, paneling, peg board)
- Bathroom fixtures (toilets, tubs commodes)
- Kitchen fixtures (cabinets, islands, etc.)
- Plumbing (pipes, sinks)
- Large light fixtures (if the fixtures do not fit in a 32-gallon can with the lid secured normally, we are unable to pick up)
- Roofing material (e.g., shingles, ceramic roof tiles, tar paper, gutters, fascia boards)
The above list is not all-inclusive. Please contact Republic Services Customer Service to inquire about having construction items picked up for an additional charge.
Republic Services Customer Service 636-947-5959
Tires and car batteries cannot be collected as part of Clayton's residential waste collection contract. These items and others can be dropped off at one of the events through St. Louis County Health Department's Hazardous Household Waste Collection Programs. For more information see St. Louis County's Recycling and Solid Waste page.