The contract also offers oversized bulk item collection for $45 per item. While Homewood Disposal picked up general bulk items in the past (such as chairs, bikes, tables, mattresses, etc.), the new contract gives residents the option for oversized bulk items (such as pianos, hot tubs and spas) that require two or more collectors to pick up or require a special truck to remove because the item will not fit in the garbage truck.
Christmas tree collection will occur the first two weeks following Christmas on residents’ regular collection day. All ornaments, lights and tinsel must be removed and may not be set out in a plastic tree bag. Flocked trees will be collected as trash. All trees collected will be brought to the Public Works Department for chipping.
Per the new contract, residents will be able to receive e-waste collection as needed, which must be scheduled with HDS prior to collection. Residents are limited to two TVs or monitors per single-family home per year.
The new contract also offers an optional service for townhome and condominium associations at a per-unit rate of $22.50 per month for individual invoicing and $21 per month for HOA-direct invoicing. The service includes a weekly collection of refuse with a cart and every other week collection of recycling with a cart. Interested associations are encouraged to contact Homewood Disposal for further information.
How to apply for senior/veteran discounts
Eligible seniors will pay only $22.99 per month ($68.97 quarterly), and certified 100-percent disabled veterans will pay nothing per month. Eligible residents who wish to receive these discounts on their next bill must do the following:
- Fill out the Proof of Discount form.
- Provide a driver’s license/state ID or birth certificate to show proof of age.
- Provide either a utility bill or a tax bill to show proof of property ownership.
- Disabled veterans also must provide a “100% Disabled” letter from Veterans Affairs.
Mail or drop off all required documents to Homewood Disposal, 17726 S. Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park. Please note that payments will continue to be made at Homewood Disposal, as Village Hall does not accept payment for garbage.Schedules
- 2019 Curbside Recycling Schedule
- Weekly Trash Pickup Schedule
- List of accepted recyclable materials
For more information on what kinds of e-waste Homewood Disposal accepts, please see the attached flyer.
For more information on the e-waste law and a complete list of registered recyclers, collectors and refurbishers, visit the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency or call (217) 524-6713.