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Kingswood Trash Pickup and Recycling is managed through the City of Carmel utilities.  Billing is a part of each resident's Water and Sewer billing. 

Kingswood Trash and Recycling Pickup is Wednesday. Effective in 2017 Recycling is every week.  

Trash and recycle containers must be at curbside by 6 am on collection day.

Our vendor is Republic Services of Indiana (Customer Service phone: 823-6881).  Republic-provided containers must be used. Click Here to view/download the Trash/Recycling PDF file from the City of Carmel.

Holidays - If, during any week, a holiday falls on or before a trash or recycling pick up day, Republic will push back pick up one day. Republic observes the following holidays in Hamilton County:  New Years, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas

Trash pick-up exceptions include:

* No construction or demolition materials
* No combustible liquids or chemicals (motor oil, paints, gasoline, hot ashes, etc.)
* Tree and shrub clippings must be cut and bundled in no more than 4-foot lengths
Please do not place any trash at curbside before dark on Tuesday.

Residential Recycling Collection Guidelines (95 gal containers)

Please do not bag items to be recycled. Bagged recycling contaminates the recycling load is taken to the landfill. All recycling must be loosely placed in given container with the lid closed by 6 am on collection day. No sorting is needed. 
Prepare your recycle materials properly
Cans and bottles- rinse clean. Labels are OK
Newspapers - place in paper bag or bundle
Flatten plastic milk and soda pop bottles to save space
Acceptable recycle items:
* Plastics #1 - #5 type and #7.  Note: #6 Styrofoam is NOT allowed.  All must be empty.
* Glass bottles and jars (clear, brown, and green)
* Aluminum Foil plus Clean/Empty aluminum and metal cans
* Newspapers and Inserts
* Magazines and Phone Books
* Corrugated cardboard
* Paperboard
* Soft Cover Books
* Office and School Papers*
* Boxboard (cereal, cake & cracker boxes, beer & soda containers)
* Brown Paper Bags
Unacceptable recycle items:
* No motor oil, insecticide, herbicide or hazardous chemical containers
* No plastic film, sheets, tarps, or wraps
* No styrofoam, expanded foam, or clear polystyrene
* No window glass, dinnerware, or ceramics
* No black plastic of any kind
* No nursery plant containers
* No Styrofoam
* No plastic buckets, crates, baskets or carts
* No toys
* No Lightbulbs
* No Clear Dome Covers from take-out food trays
* No microwavable food trays
* No clamshells (clear food containers)
* No wax-coated cardboard including milk cartons
* No paper contaminated with food
* No shredded paper
* No blueprints or carbon paper
* No hardback books
* No Mirrors
Additional Recycling Resources:
  • Packing peanuts, bubble wrap & styrofoam may be accepted at some local mail/shipping UPS stores (UPS on Carmel drive accepts them)
  • Batteries: Batteries Plus 1701 E. 116th St. accepts rechargeable batteries (including from dust busters, power tools)
  • Lowe's & Home Depot also accepts batteries from rechargeable power tools & hand held vacuums.
  • Fluorescent light bulbs: must be recycled as they contain a small amount of mercury (CFL's accepted at Lowe's & Home Depot )
  • Hamilton County Household Hazardous Waste Center accepts electronics, tube fluorescents and many other items.
  • Whole Foods recycles Brita pitcher filters (in their #5 plastics bin), wine corks & cell phones
  • Aveda (in Castleton) accepts plastic caps that are rigid plastic, including pharmaceutical lids (see their website for acceptable caps)
See for more recycling/green information from Carmel Green Initiative

Hazardous Waste

The City of Carmel's Household Hazardous Waste Disposal facility offers Carmel citizens a safe, convenient, environmentally friendly way to get rid of household hazardous waste items such as solvents, pesticides and paint products.

The facility is located north of 136th Street on the east side of the road at:

901 N. Rangeline Road
Carmel, IN 46032
Phone: (317) 571-2624
Fax: (317) 571-2462

Drop-off hours at the site are:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

*Do not leave household waste outside the gate when collection site is closed. 



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