Lake Shore is split into two areas for collection.

  • East of tBenton Blvd (Amberly and Braxton Manor), trash will be collected on Mondays, and recycling will be collected the first and third Thursday of the month.
  • For the remainder of Lake Shore, trash will be collected on Tuesdays, and recycling will be collected on the first and third Friday of the month.
  • Recycling will be picked up under the schedule outlined above. Recycling must be placed in the correct bin, the blue bin (with the green lid).
  • The recycling bin should be placed adjacent to, but not in, the street by 7am on the scheduled day. If the bin is not in place when the recycling truck comes by, your recycling will not be picked up. The handle of the bin should be facing the street.
  • All items in the recycling bin must be cleaned and placed directly in the recycling bin. Bagged items will not be collected.
  • The items accepted for recycling have changed.
    • Glass is no longer accepted for recycling.
    • Plastic marked 1 and 2 will be accepted. Items marked 1 include soda bottles, tv dinner trays, and thinner bottles such as water bottles
    • Items marked 2 include milk jugs, shampoo bottles, soap bottles and liquid laundry detergent bottles.
    • Newspapers, broken down cardboard boxes (must fit into cart), brown paper bags, telephone books, magazines and other miscellaneous residential paper is still accepted.
    • Items that are not accepted include grocery bags, tires, aerosol cans, Styrofoam, hoses, shredded paper, wet or food contaminated cardboard or paper, any plastic not marked 1 or 2
  • More facts, and a trash services calendar, are available at the Lake Shore Community Trash Service page of this website.

This its the last day that Republic will be picking up recycling in Lake Shore.

Please leave your recycling bin out so Republic can pick it up after emptying it. Please start using your Waste Pro recycling bin (blue bin with green lid).

This its the last day that Republic will be picking up solid waste in Lake Shore.

Please leave your trash bin out so Republic can pick it up after emptying it. Please start using your Waste Pro trash bin (green bin with blue lid).

Yard waste and bulk waste collection days for all of Lake Shore is the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.

  • Yard waste will be picked up on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month.
  • You must request a pickup by 4pm on the Tuesday before the scheduled pickup day. Pickups can be requested by calling 912-290-2118 or by going to wasteprousa.com/port-wentworth. A customer service representative will contact you to secure your pre-payment for this service.
  • All yard waste items must be placed adjacent to, but not in, the street by 7am on the scheduled pickup day. Items not in place when the truck comes by will not be picked up.
  • Leaves, small brush, grass clippings and other small yard waste must be bagged. Each bag must not exceed 50 pounds in weight. You may place up to 5 bags for pickup.
  • Tree limbs must be cut into 4 ft lengths and piled neatly for pickup.
  • The total area of yard waste for pickup cannot exceed 5 ft x 5 ft x 5ft.
  • If your yard waste is not in compliance, it will not be picked up. The Waste Pro driver will place a service tag on your front door informing you of the specific reason(s) your yard waste was not picked up. The tags are two-part forms. The second part of the form is given to the City of Port Wentworth’s Code Enforcement, who will take further action as necessary.

More facts, and a trash services calendar, are available at the Lake Shore Community Trash Service page of this website.

Yard waste and bulk waste collection days for all of Lake Shore is the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.

  • Yard waste will be picked up on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month.
  • You must request a pickup by 4pm on the Tuesday before the scheduled pickup day. Pickups can be requested by calling 912-290-2118 or by going to wasteprousa.com/port-wentworth. A customer service representative will contact you to secure your pre-payment for this service.
  • All yard waste items must be placed adjacent to, but not in, the street by 7am on the scheduled pickup day. Items not in place when the truck comes by will not be picked up.
  • Leaves, small brush, grass clippings and other small yard waste must be bagged. Each bag must not exceed 50 pounds in weight. You may place up to 5 bags for pickup.
  • Tree limbs must be cut into 4 ft lengths and piled neatly for pickup.
  • The total area of yard waste for pickup cannot exceed 5 ft x 5 ft x 5ft.
  • If your yard waste is not in compliance, it will not be picked up. The Waste Pro driver will place a service tag on your front door informing you of the specific reason(s) your yard waste was not picked up. The tags are two-part forms. The second part of the form is given to the City of Port Wentworth’s Code Enforcement, who will take further action as necessary.

Lake Shore is split into two areas for collection.

  • East of Benton Blvd (Amberly and Braxton Manor), trash will be collected on Mondays, and recycling will be collected the first and third Thursday of the month.
  • For the remainder of Lake Shore, trash will be collected on Tuesdays, and recycling will be collected on the first and third Friday of the month, unless the first Friday is the 1st of the month, in which case it will be collected on the second and fourth Friday of the month.
  • Recycling will be picked up under the schedule outlined above. Recycling must be placed in the correct bin, the blue bin (with the green lid).
  • The recycling bin should be placed adjacent to, but not in, the street by 7am on the scheduled day. If the bin is not in place when the recycling truck comes by, your recycling will not be picked up. The handle of the bin should be facing the street.
  • All items in the recycling bin must be cleaned and placed directly in the recycling bin. Bagged items will not be collected.
  • The items accepted for recycling have changed.
    • Glass is no longer accepted for recycling.
    • Plastic marked 1 and 2 will be accepted. Items marked 1 include soda bottles, tv dinner trays, and thinner bottles such as water bottles
    • Items marked 2 include milk jugs, shampoo bottles, soap bottles and liquid laundry detergent bottles.
    • Newspapers, broken down cardboard boxes (must fit into cart), brown paper bags, telephone books, magazines and other miscellaneous residential paper is still accepted.
    • Items that are not accepted include grocery bags, tires, aerosol cans, Styrofoam, hoses, shredded paper, wet or food contaminated cardboard or paper, any plastic not marked 1 or 2
  • More facts, and a trash services calendar, are available at the Lake Shore Community Trash Service page of this website.

Lake Shore is split into two areas for collection.

  • East of Benton Blvd (Amberly and Braxton Manor), trash will be collected on Mondays, and recycling will be collected the first and third Thursday of the month.
  • For the remainder of Lake Shore, trash will be collected on Tuesdays, and recycling will be collected on the first and third Friday of the month, unless the first Friday is the 1st of the month, in which case it will be collected on the second and fourth Friday of the month..
  • Recycling will be picked up under the schedule outlined above. Recycling must be placed in the correct bin, the blue bin (with the green lid).
  • The recycling bin should be placed adjacent to, but not in, the street by 7am on the scheduled day. If the bin is not in place when the recycling truck comes by, your recycling will not be picked up. The handle of the bin should be facing the street.
  • All items in the recycling bin must be cleaned and placed directly in the recycling bin. Bagged items will not be collected.
  • The items accepted for recycling have changed.
    • Glass is no longer accepted for recycling.
    • Plastic marked 1 and 2 will be accepted. Items marked 1 include soda bottles, tv dinner trays, and thinner bottles such as water bottles
    • Items marked 2 include milk jugs, shampoo bottles, soap bottles and liquid laundry detergent bottles.
    • Newspapers, broken down cardboard boxes (must fit into cart), brown paper bags, telephone books, magazines and other miscellaneous residential paper is still accepted.
    • Items that are not accepted include grocery bags, tires, aerosol cans, Styrofoam, hoses, shredded paper, wet or food contaminated cardboard or paper, any plastic not marked 1 or 2
  • More facts, and a trash services calendar, are available at the Lake Shore Community Trash Service page of this website.

Lake Shore is split into two areas for collection.

  • East of Benton Blvd (Amberly and Braxton Manor), trash will be collected on Mondays, and recycling will be collected every other Thursday.
  • For the remainder of Lake Shore, trash will be collected on Tuesdays, and recycling will be collected every other Friday.
  • Solid waste will be picked up under the schedule outlined above. Solid waste must be placed in the correct bin, the green bin (with the blue lid).
  • The garbage bin should be placed adjacent to, but not in, the street by 7am on the scheduled day. If the bin is not in place when the garbage truck comes by, your trash will not be picked up. The handle of the bin should be facing the street.
  • All garbage items should be bagged and fit into the bin with the lid closed.
  • Trash bags placed beside the bin will not be collected. Paper bags, cardboard boxes, recycling bins, or other containers will not be collected or emptied.
  • Used oil, paint (in buckets or cans), insecticides, chemicals, automotive parts, batteries, tires, medical waste (especially hypodermic needles and syringes), and other hazardous waste will not be collected. Cleaning fluids, pool supplies, and other chemicals can cause fires, or react together to cause noxious fumes.
  • Waste Pro might choose to empty an overfull bin or remove bags of trash placed next to the solid waste bin, but repeated overfull bins or extra trash will result in the trash being left and the Waste Pro driver will place a service tag on your front door informing you of the reason(s) for the rejected trash. The tags are two-part forms; the second part of the form will be given to the City of Port Wentworth’s Code Enforcement, who will take further action as necessary.

More facts, and a trash services calendar, are available at the Lake Shore Community Trash Service page of this website.

Lake Shore is split into two areas for collection.

  • East of Benton Blvd (Amberly and Braxton Manor), trash will be collected on Mondays, and recycling will be collected every other Thursday.
  • For the remainder of Lake Shore, trash will be collected on Tuesdays, and recycling will be collected every other Friday.
  • Solid waste will be picked up under the schedule outlined above. Solid waste must be placed in the correct bin, the green bin (with the blue lid).
  • The garbage bin should be placed adjacent to, but not in, the street by 7am on the scheduled day. If the bin is not in place when the garbage truck comes by, your trash will not be picked up. The handle of the bin should be facing the street.
  • All garbage items should be bagged and fit into the bin with the lid closed.
  • Trash bags placed beside the bin will not be collected. Paper bags, cardboard boxes, recycling bins, or other containers will not be collected or emptied.
  • Used oil, paint (in buckets or cans), insecticides, chemicals, automotive parts, batteries, tires, medical waste (especially hypodermic needles and syringes), and other hazardous waste will not be collected. Cleaning fluids, pool supplies, and other chemicals can cause fires, or react together to cause noxious fumes.
  • Waste Pro might choose to empty an overfull bin or remove bags of trash placed next to the solid waste bin, but repeated overfull bins or extra trash will result in the trash being left and the Waste Pro driver will place a service tag on your front door informing you of the reason(s) for the rejected trash. The tags are two-part forms; the second part of the form will be given to the City of Port Wentworth’s Code Enforcement, who will take further action as necessary.

More facts, and a trash services calendar, are available at the Lake Shore Community Trash Service page of this website.

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