Trash Service & Recycling

Trash Program

The Village of Doylestown has contracted trash removal service for all village residents with Kimble Recycling & Disposal effective 4/1/22. The scheduled pick-up day for trash and weekly recycling begins after 7 a.m. on Friday mornings. Saturday will substitute for pickup during a holiday week.    

Holidays observed by Kimble are:  New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.  If the holiday falls on a weekday on or before you Friday, collection will be delayed one day.  If the holiday falls on Saturday or Sunday, collection WILL NOT be delayed.  Visit www.kimblecompanies.com for holiday schedules and weather updates.  

If you are new to the Village and need to set up service, contact:

Kimble Recycling & Disposal, Inc. at 1-800-201-0005.  The current rate for Village residents is $15.59 per month for Regular Full Service and includes a 95 Gallon Refuse Cart and a 65 Gallon Recycling Cart.  Services are billed quarterly. Kimble also offers a “Low Volume” user program for residents whose weekly trash output is minimal. To participate, special bags must be purchased directly from Kimble in packs of 10 for $35.00.  If you are on the bag program and wish to recycle, there will be an additional charge of $5.35 per month for this service and includes a 65 Gallon Recycling Cart.

Kimble Recycling & Disposal, Inc. also provides all Village residents the opportunity to get rid of one large trash item a month.  Also, there will be two “Village Wide Cleanups” each year, in April and October.  In 2022 the large item pick ups will be in May and October due to the new service switch over.

Check the Community Calendar or Doylestown Cable Channel 15 or Spectrum/Time Warner channel 1023 for large trash pick-up date or call the Village Hall (330) 658-2181 ext. 1102. 


Curbside Recycling

All village residents are encouraged to participate in the curbside recycling program whether on the bag system or regular billing system.  Recycling will be

weekly

. Village residents must now utilize the Kimble Recycling Carts.

E-Waste Recycling

As we all know, getting rid of electronics is getting harder and harder.  Click here for earth911.com.  At the top of the page is "Recycle Search".  Search the item you are looking to dispose of along with your zip code for the closest available location.

Useful Recycling Information