CE - Bulk Items
Garbage & Refuse
Maplewood prohibits the outside storage of garbage and refuse on any property in the city.

The following items are examples of refuse:
  • Any other household refuse or materials
  • Appliances
  • Bottles
  • Bricks
  • Cans
  • Cardboard
  • Cement
  • Furniture
  • Paper
  • Tires
  • Wood - not firewood
Garbage and refuse should be disposed of once a week for residential dwelling unit properties. Special materials (PDF) such as hazardous items (paint, chemicals) or old appliances must be dealt with appropriately. Yard waste (grass clippings or brush) should be composted or disposed of separately.

City code requires everyone in Maplewood to contract with a licensed refuse hauler to provide garbage collection on a weekly basis (Chapter 30-2). 
Exterior Storage of Junk & Debris
Outside storage of the following items is not permitted:
  • Boxes
  • Brush
  • Building materials
  • Debris
  • Equipment
  • Firewood
  • Furniture
  • Junk
  • Machinery
  • Metal
  • Refuse
  • Scrap wood
  • Similar materials
  • Tires
Disposal options that are available can be accessed through the given link (Chapter 12-99(i), 12-147, 18-26 to 18-28, 18-30 to 18-33). If you have bulky items disposal questions please click here for more information.   
Bin 5

Garbage Containers

All garbage cans or containers must be equipped with tight fitting covers. Garbage containers may be placed out next to the street after sunset of the day before garbage collection. Garbage containers and any material not picked up by the garbage hauler must be removed from the street by the end of the collection day. Garbage and recycling containers may be stored alongside or in back of a house or garage. Proper places for storing your garbage container can be found by following the given link (Chapter 30-3, 30-4).