Waterloo will hold its city-wide clean-up “Buck” Day Saturday, June 20, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Waste Management Services site at 3505 Easton Avenue in Waterloo. It is open to all City of Waterloo residents. I.D. may be requested.

In order to defray costs, the following fees will be applied. Each vehicle entering the site will be charged $2.00. Major household appliances will be charged $1.00 each, limit 3. Tires will be charged $3.00 per tire for the first 4 tires; 5 through 8 tires will be charged $5.00 each, 9 and over will be charged to $10.00 each.

Residents are asked to have exact change to expedite their visit.


  • 1) Appliances: limit 3 per household, air conditioner, dehumidifier, freezer, refrigerator, clothes dryer, clothes washer, dishwasher, kitchen range, over/stove, microwave oven, furnace, thermostat, water heater, etc.
  • 2) Tires: Automobile and pick-up truck tires (rim or no rim).
  • 3) General bulk item “trash”: Televisions, computers, furniture, lawn furniture, clothing, bedding, scrap lumber and building remodeling and repair scrap materials, carpet, housewares, toys, bicycles, etc.
  • 4) All Gas powered equipment: lawnmowers, weed eaters, tillers, snow blowers, etc. Power equipment must be drained of gas and oil prior to dumping.


  • 1) No garbage ( please use your weekly garbage service)
  • 2) No hazardous materials
  • 3) No paint
  • 4) No liquids: fuels, oils, pharmaceuticals, etc.
  • 5) No batteries
  • 6) No propane gas tanks
  • 7) No tractor or semi tires
  • 8) No yard waste or tree debris. Please use the yard waste dumpsite located in the 3400 block of Easton Avenue. The yard waste dumpsite will be open this date for patrons.

Please remember to properly secure your loads when transporting them to the Easton Avenue facility. Use a tarp or enclose waste materials for traffic safety and sanitation purposes. The City of Waterloo will not be responsible for personal vehicle damage.

Citizens are asked to cooperate with these established guidelines. Questions or concerns may be directed to Waterloo Public Works-Sanitation Department at 319-291-4455.