How do I dispose of construction or demolition material?

The Burlington Solid Waste Program generally does not accept construction or demolition material.  Construction, demolition or remodeling material like lumber from remodeling projects, bricks, stones, concrete, rubble, asphalt, shingles, siding, dry wall, flooring, tile, landscape timbers or railroad ties may be taken to the landfill any time of year for a fee ($53/ton), with the minimum charge being  $10.  An alternative to self-hauling, there are local private haulers with roll off container and dumpster services.

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1. How do I sign up for trash collection?
2. What day is my trash collected?
3. What time of day is my trash to be out?
4. How do I report that my trash was missed?
5. I rent my home. Does the City provide trash collection?
6. Where can I buy Trash Tags? How much do they cost?
7. I forgot to set my trash out on time. What can I do?
8. What holidays alter my trash collection day?
9. How do I dispose of construction or demolition material?
10. How do I dispose of a tire or car battery?
11. How do I dispose of paint or spray paint?
12. How do I dispose of batteries?
13. How do I dispose of a propane tank or helium tank?
14. How do I dispose of old carpet?
15. Where is the landfill? What are the hours of operation?
16. Can I rent a large roll-off container or a dumpster from the City?
17. Who can I call if there is a problem with garbage at my neighbors?
18. Does the City pick up Christmas trees?
19. If I want to throw away furniture infested with bed bugs, will the Solid Waste crew take it?
20. There is a dead animal in my yard. Who can I call?