County & State Waste Landfill Restrictions in Wisconsin – Van’s Waste

The following restrictions apply to every county within the State of Wisconsin.  To learn how to properly dispose of restricted items, please contact your local department of public works for more information. Click here to go to our links page for more information.

Construction, Demolition, Homeowner Clean up, Garbage Containers

Do not put in Construction, Demolition, Homeowner Clean up, Garbage containers

  • No Hazardous Waste or Chemicals
  • No Tires
  • No Batteries
  • No Concrete (large amounts can be recycled in a separate container)
  • No Yard Waste/Brush
  • No Computers/Printers
  • No TVs/Electronics
  • No Cell Phones
  • No Large Appliances – stove, refrigerator, washer, dryer, microwave, dehumidifier, water heater
  • No Florescent lights
  • No Liquid Paint – paint cans OK if cover is off and paint is dry inside

Single Stream Recycling – Paper, Cardboard, Glass Bottles and Jars, Plastic Bottles, Aluminum Tin and Steel (Empty Aerosols OK) Cans

Do not put in Single Stream Recycling Containers

  • No Garbage
  • No Paint Cans
  • No Pots and Pans
  • No Car Parts, Nails and Screws
  • No Sheet Metal
  • No Small Appliances
  • No Gasoline/Oil Cans

Paper/Cardboard Recycling Container  – Cardboard, Phone Books, Newspapers, Magazines, Junk Mail, Office Paper, Brown Paper Bags, Paperboard

Do not put in Paper/Cardboard containers

  • No Garbage
  • No Plastic or Styrofoam
  • No Contaminated Food Boxes (pizza box, ice cream box, etc.) (These should be disposed of as garbage)
  • No Glass Bottles and Jars, Plastic Bottles, Aluminum Tin and Steel Cans