What do you mean by Fayetteville having a Pay As You Throw Trash Program?

Fayetteville’s Pay As You Throw (PAYT) Residential Trash Program means just that, the more trash you throw out on a weekly basis the more money it will cost you. Each residence has a choice of 3 sizes for their trash cart; 32, 64, and 96 gallon sizes are available. Each size has a different rate assigned to it. View current rates.

It is important to know that each residence should get the size cart that is designed to handle the weekly volumes of trash from that household. The 32 gallon is for 1 bag of trash or less, the 64 is for up to 2 bags of trash, and the 96 gallon is for up to 3 bags of trash. Overfilling carts is not recommended and will billed for each extra bag visible above the rim of the cart. Please make sure the cart lid is closed completely to avoid extra bag charges. The PAYT program is highly recommended by the EPA as a means to reduce waste and provide a fairer system for those who reduce and recycle. Anybody can reduce the waste they produce by fully using the recycling program and avoiding wasteful practices. You can make a difference!

Pay-As-You-Throw Trash Cart Program Page

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1. What do you mean by Fayetteville having a Pay As You Throw Trash Program?
2. What do I do if I've got more trash than can fit into my cart on collection day?
3. Can I place loose trash in my cart?
4. Does it matter how the cart is set out for collection?
5. What are the procedures for setting and retrieving my cart?
6. What do I do if my cart is stolen or damaged?
7. What do I do with large items that are considered bulky waste?
8. How do I participate in the ward bulky waste cleanups?
9. How do I set up the trash service?
10. I'm moving out of my house so what do I do with the trash cart?
11. Can I have more than 1 trash cart?
12. What if I am physically unable to get my trash and recycling to the curb?