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By: Jeanette T.
Northern Colorado Disposal
BIG FAT ZERO !!!!TERRIBLE TERRIBLE customer service !!!the lady who answers the phone , think she can talk loud and rude to you as well as calling you a liar !!! but does not like it when you match her tone back at her she think its ok to hang up on you as well .... SORRY but I pay my bill and expect my trash to be picked up every week and will not have some witch call me a liar when I see everyone's trash has been picked up but mine..... they did come back by and picked up the trash even knocked on my door to say they were sorry and they would not forget again ( very nice trash man ) BUT because of the rudeness from the office I am so done with them !!! and its not the 1st , 2nd or even 5th time dealing with the witch in the office I have warned and warned , lol and the owner would not even get on the phone but could hear him in the back round running his mouth . going to try bunting disposal they will match the cheapest you find ...they are in EVENS and I live in GREELEY .
By: jlscolo
Northern Colorado Disposal
TERRIBLE customer service. Even the manager sounds like she has trouble with her social skills. I've been getting charged for the past 3 months and yet the driver has refused to pick up my container! Go with Waste Management if you live in Greeley!
Tips & Advices
The cost of trash pickup often depends on the size of the garbage container and whether the service is being handled by the city or a private company. The monthly rate for weekly pickup of a 48- gallon garbage container can run around $20 if this service is handled by a local municipality, while pickup for a 96-gallon cart can cost roughly $22. Rates are often higher when working with a private company.
A compost cart is used for the pickup of compostable items. The list of compostable items includes yard debris, such as branches and plant trimmings; a wide variety of food products, including everything from baked goods to poultry to fruits, grains, and sauces; non-recyclable paper products such as used paper plates and cups; and miscellaneous items, such as cotton balls, hair, and wooden toothpicks.
Trash should always be placed in a trash container when possible. However, if you have more trash than you're able to fit into your trash container, some trash pickup companies will accept the trash if it is bagged and placed next to the full container. Many trash pickup companies will accept up to five extra bags at no charge.
The most common residential trash container size is 96 gallons. A 96-gallon container is large enough to meet the needs of the average family, and it's generally able to handle weekly collection cycles without overflow. This is the largest residential trash container that a garbage truck's automated side loader can accommodate.
Paint cans should not be placed in regular trash bins. Paint and paint thinners can be hazardous to the environment, and these items require special handling when it comes to disposal. If you have paint cans that need to be disposed off, call your trash pickup company to make special arrangement to have them removed.

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