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The Village of Bloomingdale does not pick up leaves. Residents are encouraged to compost their leaves or to participate in SBC’s Yard & Organic Waste Collection program. Raking or blowing leaves into the street or curb is a violation of section 5-2-4 A.2 of the Village’s Municipal Code, as they often cover storm water inlets, which often causes localized flooding during heavy rains.
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Please contact SBC with collection related questions by phone 312-522-1115 or email @ Residential@sbcwastesolutions.com.
Electronics: SBC does collect E-waste at the curb; however, it is limited to one (1) collection day per month during the first full collection week of each month, (Tues, Wed and Thurs all land in the same week). Customers must contact SBC 48 hours in advance to arrange collection by phone 312-522-115 or email @ email@example.com. For residents who do not reside in single family homes, the Bloomingdale Township Highway Department also sponsors an Electronic Recycling Event several Saturdays each year at the Bloomingdale Township Garage at 123 North Rosedale Avenue from 8 a.m. to noon. For specific dates, CLICK HERE
Batteries & Bulbs: SBC collects Household Light Bulbs and Batteries from designated drop-off locations. Paint is accepted at bi-annual collection events. For more information on these services and other household hazardous waste collection options, please: Click Here
Paint: S.B.C. will host a Paint and Recycling Event two (2) times per year in the Village, the dates and locations of these events will be announced in advance in the Village Almanac and Enews
Rx Drugs: Unused prescriptions and expired over-the-counter drugs generated by residents may be dropped off in the Rx Box located in the lobby of the Bloomingdale Police Department. , Read More
Construction Material: Construction material is not covered under the village contract. Free estimates for collection are available by calling SBC at 312-522-1115.
Household Hazardous Waste: Residents and small businesses are encouraged to safely dispose of their HHW at the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) licensed regional facility at Naperville Household Hazardous Waste Facility, located at 156 Fort Hill Drive, every Saturday and Sunday, (excluding holidays) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. To view a list of items accepted and not accepted, please visit: the HHW Webpage.
SBC collects yard and organic waste (including specific food scraps) April through November. For list of accepted food scraps, sticker cost and purchase locations, CLICK HERE.
The branch collection service is performed under the direction of the Village Forestry Division. This free service is only available to single family detached residences and is offered three times a year, in the spring, summer and fall. In the event of severe storms, the Village will provide storm damage collection of woody branches ½ inch to 6 inches in diameter. Please contact the Forestry Division at 630-671-5800 within 72 hours of storm for branch collection.
Branches under ½ inch in diameter, leaves, and vines are not included in the Village’s Branch Collection program, but may be placed in biodegradable bags or cans with a yard waste tag attached for collection by SBC Republic Services. Yard waste collection commences on April 1st and continues through November 30th.
Please contact SBC Customer Service with any collection related questions by phone 312-522-1115 or email @ Residential@sbcwastesolutions.com.