Be on the look-out for your Dark Crimson
Commingled Recycling Rollcart. We will be delivering one to each
residential customer inside of Pullman city limits during the month of June,
Beginning in the Summer of 2013, Pullman will be switching
to a commingled curbside recycling program. Residents will be provided
a rollcart in which all recyclables will be placed. No sorting
Round Up to Help Out
We are resuming the promotion of our Round Up
to Help Out program. It is a fund that helps low income people with
their utility bills. Please consider helping out your fellow Pullmanites by rounding up your bill. See your bill on how to do this.
We are now accepting electronic
waste as part of the state's e-cycle program. Click here for
more information. E-Waste
| We are
now accepting CFL bulbs at our office.
You may drop off your spent CFL bulbs at no charge.
Your spent Compact
Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs should not be thrown away due to all the
mercury in the bulb. You may bring them to our office during office
hours [Monday through Friday 8:00 to 5:00 pm] for free drop off.
Please limit yourself to two bulbs per visit. Thank You!!!
The Price for the Shredding Service has now gone up to 40 cents a pound.
As of January 2008, we now accept sensitive documents for
shredding. This Document Destruction Service costs us 25 cents a pound
of paper. Please remove all non-paper objects like plastic, metal,
You may call for an appointment to
bring in your sensitive papers or we will always take them Mondays through
Thursdays from Noon to 4:00 pm.
We store the papers in locked secured
containers until a document shredding vehicle from Lewis Clark Recyclers
stops by and shreds the paper.
wasting your time writing checks! Make your life less stressful and
more enjoyable. Sign up for our our auto pay system. Using the ACH
system, we would automatically draft your checking account on about the 15th of each
month. Call us for more information.
Thank You Pullmanites!
Your Generosity is Great!
It is wonderful to see all the donations being made to the Round Up to
Help Out program. The funds are used to help people with low incomes. You have
generously donated an incredible $40,000 since the program began in July of 1998. Pullman
Disposal Service turns these funds over to the Community Action Center so they can
disburse to those in need.
If you need some financial assistance to pay your bill, contact the Community Action
Center. They are there to help.
Once again we want to thank you for thinking of others by donating
to this fund. There are many people who benefit greatly because of you.