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Posted on: December 30, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Republic Services Waste Collection Delay Information + Instructions (12/30/22)

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An update from Republic Services (12/31/22): 

Due to road conditions and truck issues, we will not complete all of our residential service routes scheduled for today (12/31/22). We also have several streets in Silver Creek and Summit Park left from routes earlier in the week that still need to be serviced. 

Republic Services' regular operations will resume on Tuesday (1/03/23) and we will work diligently on getting caught up from there. Thank you for your continued patience. Weather permitting, we should be caught up before the end of next week. - Republic Services

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A message from Republic Services (12/30/22):

In observance of the Christmas holiday on December 26th and the New Year holiday on January 2, our service routes are delayed by one day.

These planned delays, combined with icy road conditions and necessary safety precautions have resulted in our operations being delayed further.

Right now, we are working diligently to service your waste and recycling community but cannot anticipate your service time.

As of today (12/30/22), we ask that Monday - Wednesday routes please bring your containers back in if you have not yet been serviced this week. Because of the holiday next week, you can bring your containers back out next week the day after your normal service day (If you’re normally serviced on Tuesday, place your containers out on Wednesday). If your service day is Thursday or Friday of this week, you should keep your container out today and Saturday. We are still running Thursday's routes today and will be trying to do Friday’s routes on Saturday.

Due to high call volume, we at Republic Services are also delayed in responding to your voicemails and emails.

Again, thank you for your continued patience.

-Republic Services

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