Temporary Construction and Demolition Collection Services
Debris and Recycling Boxes
Debris and recycling boxes are metal containers that are used for the disposal of a large quantity of material.
The debris and recycling boxes are approximately 8' wide and 12' to 24' long and are delivered to the customer by a company that has an approved Collection Service Agreement with the Town of Windsor.
Companies with a Town of Windsor approved Collection Service Agreement are the only companies authorized to provide Temporary Construction and Demolition Debris Collection Services within the Town of Windsor.
The following companies are approved to deliver and collect temporary construction and demolition debris and recycling boxes in Windsor:
Sonoma County Resource Recovery
M & M Services
|Recology Sonoma Marin||Republic Services|
|10611 Old Redwood Highway||590 Caletti Avenue||3400 Standish Avenue||3911 Santa Rosa Avenue|
|Windsor, CA 95492||Windsor, CA 95492||Santa Rosa, CA 95402||Santa Rosa, CA 95407|
|707-795-7470||707-838-2597 / 877-698-8473||844-400-2257||707-585-0511|
|Franchise Agreement||Franchise Agreement||Franchise Agreement||Franchise Agreement|
|Amendment No. 1||Amendment No. 1||Amendment No. 1||Amendment No. 1|
|Amendment No. 2||Term Extension||Amendment No. 2||Term Extension|
|Term Extension||Term Extension|
Debris Box Placement
When at all possible, Debris Boxes shall be placed on private property. If the private property does not have the space for placing a Debris Box, or the location on private property is inconvenient for the owner, then a Debris Box may be placed within the public right-of-way, such as a street.
Placement of Debris Box within the public right-of-way requires an Encroachment Permit issued by the Public Works Department.
It is your responsibility to contact one of the approved collection companies and coordinate delivery and removal of a debris box. Collection companies charge a fee for the placement of a debris box on your property and are responsible for diverting or recycling a percentage of your waste.
Collection service companies may not place a debris box within the public right-of-way without first obtaining an Encroachment Permit from the Public Works Department. It is highly recommended that you discuss placement of a debris box with a collection provider PRIOR to arranging and paying for service.
For more information about Encroachment Permits, click here.