Village of
Oriskany
Oneida County, NY
 News 

Green Waste Disposal
April 09, 2014

Starting the Week of April 14, 2014, The Village Street Department will start Green Waste Pickup.

 

Green Waste/Grass Clippings placed at the curb by residents must be in containers with handles (metal or plastic).

The containers can not exceed 40 pounds.  Debris placed in bags or left in piles will NOT be picked up.  DO NOT

PLACE CLIPPINGS IN ROAD.

 

Landscape and Lawn Care Contractors hired by residents are solely responsible for disposal of all waste they

generate as a result of their work.

 

Tree branches, bushes, etc. must be placed in a pile, with all branches in the same direction.  Branches must not

measure longer than 6 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter.  DO NOT PLACE BRANCHES IN ROAD.

 

Disposal of all waste and debris from tree removal is totally the responsibility of the resident.

 

 

The new MS4 Municipal Compliance Certification & Annual Report for 2012-2013 has just been posted. Other interesting outreach materials regarding recycling and household hazardous waste disposal has also been posted.
June 07, 2013

To view the new MS4 Municipal Compliance Certification & Annual Report for 2012-2013 go to the Digital Towpath Homepage and click on Stormwater Management on the left hand side of the page. Under The MS4 Stormwater Management Program & Plan heading click on Program Reporting & Effectiveness and under Annual Report Documents click on the PDF file entitled MS4 Municipal Compliance Certification & Annual Report for 2012-2013 (Year 10) 

 

To view the new outreach educational materials regarding recycling and household hazardous waste disposal, go to the Digital Towpath Homepage and click on Stormwater Management on the left hand side of the page. Under The MS4 Stormwater Management Program & Plan heading click on Public Education & Outreach. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and under the Other Related Documents heading click on the PDF files entitled "Household Hazardous Waste Brochure", "Oneida County Electronic Waste Collection Sites", "DEC Plastic Recycling Pamphlet", "Recycling Fact Sheet", "Strange Days Smart Plastics Guide"