Welcome to the Alto Lakes Collection Center
Managed by Greentree Solid Waste Authority
Instructions for Use
The site is open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday through
Closed All Day Thursdays for all types of waste. Closed Holidays;
however, station will be open on the final day of any holiday period.
After hour’s collections use the drop door for bagged residential
waste, please no cardboard boxes.
What You Must do to Use the Site – NEW PROCEDURES
Residents eligible to use this site include owners of property with
in Alto Lakes Water and Sanitation District and property owners outside
of the District which are District water customers and which have
entered into written agreement with the District for use of the Station.
Each homeowner may drop off 6 cubic yards of yard waste per year
(July 1st - June 30) at no
extra charge . Any amount
over 6 yards will be charged at the approved rate.
How to Use the Site and the Equipment – Trash (Tan Compactor)
All bagged household waste (MSW) should be put in the TAN colored automatic
compactors. No Cardboard. No stone, metal or construction waste that can
break the compactor equipment. Plastic wrap and Styrofoam goes in the trash.
How to Use the Site and the Equipment – Recyclable Materials (Green Compactor)
Please place all cardboard in the green compactor labeled RECYCLING. No plastic wrap or Styrofoam.
Place clean plastic ( #1 & #2 ) see
approved list, newspapers or office paper in the large
GREEN MULTI-PRODUCT CONTAINER (non-automated)
with black side doors. Catalogs & Magazines can be recycled at
the Shell Station located at Ski Run Rd & USFS on Mechem Dr.
Please place aluminum beverage cans & clean tin cans in the blue 3 yard dumpster.
How to Use the Site and the Equipment – Green Waste & Bulk Waste (Chain Link Fenced Area)
Check in at the Gate House. Attendant will ask for your subdivision name, license plate
number, will inspect the load you are transporting, and will direct you to where to drop
the load. If you are using a private contractor to collect and transport green waste or
bulk waste (furniture, mattress, small lumber, also metal, washer, dryers etc…, you as
the homeowner are responsible for the contractor following these rules.
Yard waste must be no more than 4 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter; yard waste
only; No construction material, rocks, stumps or household waste. Improper disposal
will result in billing the homeowner.