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Welcome, Gwinnett County Residents

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Set Out Guidelines for Unincorporated Gwinnett County Residents

Please follow these guidelines to be sure your trash is collected efficiently.

All residential garbage and recyclables will be picked up between 7:00am and 6:30pm, Monday through Friday. Homeowners should put the garbage cart and recycling bins curbside no earlier than 3:30pm the day before pickup day, but prior to 7:00am on collection day. Emptied carts and bins must be removed no later than the day following collection day.

Residential base service includes weekly collection of one 95-gallon bin of solid waste and an unlimited volume of recyclables. Base service also includes collection of bulky items and white goods. Residents should contact their designated hauler directly to schedule bulky item or white good pickup.

There have been some updates to Gwinnett County Solid Waste services. Please click here to view these updates

Residential haulers may also provide additional elective services at the request of residents. Fees for elective services are billed by the hauler to the resident and are not regulated by the County.