City-wide cleanup is an opportunity for Forest Grove residents, with a current Waste Management account, to put out up to 6 extra bags (32-gallon capacity) of garbage on their regular collection day at no extra charge. Food waste is not accepted.
City-wide cleanup takes place twice a year in the spring and fall and includes a bulky waste dropoff at the B-Street Transfer Station. During the spring cleanup, the City offers a free Shred Event for personal documents.
Household Hazardous Waste
The City doesn't offer household hazardous waste recycling. Metro hosts hazardous waste recycling events in communities across greater Portland. For Metro's next event, visit their website.
Next City Wide Cleanup and Shred Event
Monday, May 13-17, 2024, for 32 gallons of extra curbside pickup on your regular collection day.
Saturday, May 18, 2024, 9 am - 2 pm Bulky Waste Dropoff at the B Street Transfer Station, 1525 B Street, Forest Grove, OR 97116.
Saturday, May 18, 2024, Shred Event On-site from 9 am to noon or until shredding trucks are full. Located in the parking lot between Ash Street and Council Street. Participants are limited to 4 bags or boxes of personal documents.
Bulky Waste Dropoff
Forest Grove residents, with a current Waste Management account, may bring 3 single items to the B Street Transfer Station at no charge. Proof of residency will be required. Bring your City of Forest Grove utility bill. Any questions, please contact Waste Management at 503-249-8078.
Items may include:
appliances- must have the refrigerant removed per DEQ regulations
tires (up to 4), etc
Prohibited materials include:
all hazardous waste materials
all construction, remodeling, or demolition materials
residential yard debris and trimmings
waste and recyclables collected curbside
Mixed loads of construction, remodeling debris, or other waste will be charged according to the fee schedule.
E-Waste (televisions, computers, monitors) are accepted at all times for recycling.
Find a Recycler Tool- Metro
That stuff you’re parting with might not be trash. For easy options to recycle, donate or reuse anything from batteries and packing peanuts to that old dishwasher, use Metro's Find a Recycler tool or call 503-234-3000.
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