Do not put garage, yard waste or recycling out until day before pickup. We are having problems with citizens leaving trash or recycling out a week ahead. To reduce odor, rinse your cart periodically and seal messy items securely in plastic bags.
Leaf and Limb is placed in the BROWN container and is picked up every Monday by Waste industries Inc.
Garbage is placed in the GREEN container and picked up every Friday by Waste Industries Inc. Pull to curb on your collection day by 5am
Recyclable items are picked up the 1st Friday of each month by Waste Industries.
Please move all containers from the side of street after pick up.
Village of Simpson trash, leaves, white goods and household items:
Limbs: all limbs cut in 4 foot and no larger than 6 inches in width sections as
required by the Pitt County Land Fill.
The following material may be recycled:
NEWSPAPER AND INSERT. These should be dry. NO MAGAZINES AND CATALOGS.
ALUMINUM AND METAL CANS. Food and beverage containers only. Rinse. No need to remove labels. Crush to save space. NO SCRAP METAL, PAINT CANS, AEROSOL CANS, ALUMINUM FOIL, PLATES OR PIE TINS.
PLASTIC CONTAINERS – PETE #1 AND HDPE #2. Items such as soft drink bottles, milk jugs, detergent, bleach and fabric softener bottles and cooking oil bottles. Rinse Discard caps with garbage. No need to remove labels. Crush to save space. NO PLASTIC WRAP, PLASTIC BAGS OR MOTOR OIL AND ANTIFREEZE BOTTLES.
GLASS – BROWN, CLEAR AND GREEN. Bottles and jars only. Rinse. Discard caps with garbage. No need to remove labels.
Waste Industries and the Village of Simpson DOES NOT pick up furniture, appliances, tires, hazardous waste materials, or construction items. The resident is responsible for disposal of these items at the dump on Avon Road (252-758-1372) or Port Terminal (252-758-0884)
Holiday Schedules are determined by the transfer stations: (We take very few holidays!)
If in doubt, Please call the Village of Simpson office at 252-757-1430 or check the Daily Reflector for holiday schedule.
It is our pleasure to serve you. The Village of Simpson Council and Waste Industries.