Offices Closed on Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day

Our office will be closed on Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day. However, our Drivers and Helpers will be running their regular routes on Monday. We encourage all residents to put their carts to the curb on Sunday Night or by 5 am on Monday morning.

We would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to all of our TEAM Members for the outstanding effort that they give every single day. You provide excellent service to all of our customers and we are very proud of you.

We hope all of our customers enjoy the LABOR DAY weekend. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.


Wednesday, August 31st will be the last day for the collection of recyclables in the City of Picayune

ATTENTION RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF PICAYUNE!

This Wednesday, August 31st will be the last day for the collection of recyclables in the City of Picayune. Effective September 1st, 2022 there will no longer be a recycling service in the City of Picayune. Residents may keep the 18-gallon bins that were provided for recyclables.


HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!!


CES – HANCOCK COUNTY

We will be running our normal Garbage and Grappler truck routes on Monday, July 4th! We encourage all residents to put your carts to the curb on Sunday night July 3rd or prior to 5am on Monday morning July 4th.

While we will be running our routes on Monday July 4th, our office will be closed. We will reopen for normal business on Tuesday morning at 8am.

We would like to wish everyone a very HAPPY 4TH OF JULY. Please be safe.

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228-299-0537

Pickup Schedule for Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2022

On Memorial Day we remember and honor all of those in the military who have died while serving in the U.S. armed forces.
We will be running our regular Monday routes on Memorial Day. We encourage all residents to put their carts out to the curb on Sunday night or before 5 am on Monday morning.


Attention Residents of Hancock County, Mississippi

Attention Residents


Attention residents of the City of Bay St. Louis, the City of Diamondhead, the City of Waveland and Unincorporated areas of Hancock County — please watch this infomercial for important information regarding our services that will begin this week!
  1. All current service days remain the same!
  2. All 95 gallon carts should be put out to the curb the night prior to your scheduled service. The handles of the cart(s) should be facing the house. Please keep carts at least 3 feet away from mailboxes, parked vehicles, posts, fences fire hydrants, etc. Also please do not place cart(s) under trees or low hanging wires. (See below for information about additional carts)
    HANDLE TO THE HOUSE
    CART CONTENT ONLY
  3. All household waste should be bagged and put in cart(s). No household trash should be outside of the cart(s).
  4. The arm for these brand new automated side loaders is on the right hand side of the truck. Therefore the truck is designed and routed to go down one side of the street and will return same day to pick up garbage on the other side of the street.
  5. Bulky waste will be collected 2x per month from each resident. Up to 8 total cubic yards of Bulky Waste per resident will be collected for the month. Please do not place Bulky Waste under low hanging wires or trees. Please keep debris pile 3 feet away from mailboxes, trees, fire hydrants, mailboxes, etc. We will be posting the zones along with scheduled weeks of when we will be collecting bulky waste in your area.
    HANDLES TO THE HOUSE
    CART CONTENT ONLY
Please contact us at 228-299-0537 or at info@ces-ms.com if you should have any questions.
*** You can rent an additional cart from us for $12 per year or you can purchase your own personal cart as long as it is similar in size and shape as the one we delivered to you. Please contact us at 228-299-0537 if you are interested in renting a cart for $12 for the year. ***

Pickup Schedules

Please see the Zones for Bulky/Green Waste Service as well as the weeks corresponding to those Zones. Residents will receive Bulky/Green Waste 2x per month for a total of 8 cubic yards for the month.
Weeks 1 and 3 of each month are south of I-10 (BSL & Waveland)
Weeks 2 and 4 of each month are north of I-10 and Diamondhead Zone 2
We suggest to put your Bulky/Green Waste at the curb at the beginning of the weeks that the Boom Truck will be in your area. Please remember to keep all Bulky/Green Waste at least 3 feet away from mailboxes, fire hydrants, poles, posts, parked vehicles. Also please do not place your Bulky/Green Waste under low hanging wires or trees.


Automated Side Loader Truck

Handle to the House & Cart Content Only

This is a video of one of our Team members running our ASL (Automated Side Loader) Truck in Hancock County. This demonstrates that the resident had very good cart placement. The handle was facing the house. The lid was closed and the contents in the cart were bagged. The cart was placed away from the mailbox and any other object like parked car, post, fence, fire hydrant, etc. If possible we would ask that carts not be placed under trees or low hanging wires. Other than that — this demonstrated the concept of cart content only household waste getting picked up by our Automated Side Loader Truck.

Remember — Handle to the House and Cart Content Only!


ASL (Automated Side Loader) Truck