The City of Springville has licensed Rudd Sanitation for pickup of solid waste (garbage) and recycling at residences and businesses.
Linn County provides disposal of specialty, hazardous, and restricted items.
A yard waste facility is also maintained for your convenient disposal of branches, leaves and other yard wastes.
Burning of wastes in city limits is prohibited.
Most solid waste and recycling materials can be left out for Rudd Sanitation to collect.
Service day is Wednesday. Please set out all garbage and recycling the night before or before 5 am on Wednesday.
One Garbage Tag must be attached to EVERY bag or can.
There is a 40 lb. limit per can or bag.
Garbage Tags are available for purchase at:
Rudd Sanitation does not pickup hazardous wastes.
Recyclable items are also picked up by Rudd Sanitation each week along side your garabage.
These items can be recycled:
Special recycling tubs are required.
All disposed items must be clean.
Motor Oil needs to be in a clear plastic container with a screw on lid and set next to garbage.
Glass, Plastic Bags and Styrofoam Products go in the garbage
Hazardous Wastes (those not picked up by Rudd Sanitation) include:
The Linn County Solid Waste Agency has programs and facilities to help you dispose of these Hazardous Wastes.
Linn County maintains a facility for hazardous waste disposal at:
No burning is permitted in the City of Springville limits.
In Linn County, outside the City of Springville city limits, no open burning is allowed without an
Yard waste can be taken to the yard waste site at the end of
Grass, weeds, sticks, and brush are accepted.
Instructions for disposal are posted on the bins.