Unacceptable Aluminum pans or foil Empty paint cans Window glass, ceramics, or china
Keller Community Drop-off Site Bulky Refuse and Electronic Recycling
Hours of Operation
The Keller Community Drop-off Site is located at 414 8th Street and is open to residents of Kiel as follows:
April - October Tuesday & Thursday: 4-7 pm Saturday: 8 am - noon
November Saturday: 8 am - noon
December - March Closed.
Brush, branches and yard waste Brush and branches Brush and branches are ONLY accepted on Saturdays. Branches can be no longer than 3 ft. long and no larger than 4 inches in diameter.
Grass clippings and leaves Grass clippings and leaves must be free of branches, sticks, dog waste and other debris.
Acceptable Items Items such as furniture, appliances, and other bulky items that do not fit inside of the garbage and recycling containers can be dropped off at the Kiel Drop-Site.
Refrigerators, Freezers, & Air Conditioners These items must have the freon/refrigerant removed by a certified technician and stickered to that effect. Contact local waste haulers or appliance dealers for refrigerant removal.
Latex Paint Must have the covers removed and the paint inside must be hardened.
For certain electronics, a fee is required to recycle. The fee can be paid at Kiel City Hall prior to taking the electronic to the drop site.
*The following items do not require a fee: Laptops, keyboards & mice, cell phones, telephones, ink cartridges & toners, MP3 players & iPods, digital cameras, system consoles & handhelds (Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft), GPS systems, camcorders, satellite TV receivers, VCR & DVD players, and holiday lights.
Unacceptable Items Oil Based Paint Contact your local county recycling center or dispose of during a Clean Sweep Program.
Tires Contact your local auto dealer or tire dealer for the disposal of tires.
Construction & Remodeling Debris Must dispose of demolition material at your own expense.
Vehicle Batteries Contact your local battery dealer or waste hauler for disposal.
Help Prevent Truck Fires
Truck fires aren’t common, but when a fire does occur during a route, a well-trained driver will find a safe place to load as a safety precaution to help minimize injury, equipment loss, and environmental damage.
The following items should NEVER be placed in normal garbage collection containers:
To find collection facilities or information about hazardous waste collection events in your area, consult your local Advanced Disposal Facility. Find your local office by visiting: www.AdvancedDisposal.com/FindAFacility