Garbage and Recycling


Due to the Christmas and New Year Holidays, no curbside garbage and recycling will be collected on Monday December 25, 2023, and Monday January 1, 2024.  Curbside services will be collected one day later on those weeks.  

The City of Naperville contracts with Groot Industries for residential garbage collection and curbside recycling services. The City offers the Naperville Environmental Collection Campus, located at 156 Fort Hill Drive, which includes three different recycling options to provide additional sustainable disposal opportunities. The facilities include a Recycling Drop-Off Center, Household Hazardous Waste Facility and Electronics Recycling Facility. See the information below for additional information and for hours of operation.

Buy a Cart

Purchase a garbage or recycling cart online via PayPal. Please make sure you DOUBLE check your shipping address associated with your PayPal account before you check out.

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Groot-Naperville Website

Groot, the City's residential garbage and recycling services contractor, has a customized website just for Naperville residents. Visit the website for information about regular and holiday pick-up schedules, yard waste carts, e-waste collection, special household collection services, acceptable recycling materials and more!

Visit the Groot Website

When is my garbage and recycling collection day?

Use the address search bar at the top of the map to locate your address. Then, click on the address points to learn more about your services, how to order garbage and recycling carts, and important phone numbers.

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You "Can" Contribute to Curb Appeal

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You "Can" Contribute to Curb Appeal

Part of the continued curb appeal in our City is keeping garbage and recycling cans and carts out of sight except for when it is your refuse collection day. Placing these items in your garage or along the side of your home not visible from the street is a simple and recommended way to keep our City looking neat. Another option is to provide screening for your carts, such as planting a small bush or shrub in front of them. If your household needs have changed, consider whether a different cart size is right for your current and future needs.