Refuse & Recycling
Flood Brothers Refuse, Recycling & Yard Waste Collection
Flood Brothers Disposal and Recycling Company provides refuse, recycling, and yard waste service to residential properties with three units or less. Under the contract one 95-gallon refuse toter and one 65-gallon recycling toter are provided to each residence. If multiple containers are needed, additional toters can be rented for an additional fee. Contact Flood Brothers to set up your account for services.
Yard Waste Collection
Yard Waste Collection service is provided from April 1 to November 30, and requires a yard waste sticker on each container, bag, or bundle. Yard waste stickers are available at Village Hall, the Police Station, and local Jewel stores.
Free Yard Waste Pickups
Free yard waste collections take place the first full week of April and the first full week of October. Any yard waste left at the curb will be picked up during free weeks. Seven bulk items will also be collected per calendar year at no charge but you must call to notify Flood Brothers. Christmas tree pickup is offered the first three collections in January, after that the tree will be picked up but will be counted as a bulk item. Collections are on a three-day schedule so check for your neighborhood pickup date.
Eligible Senior Citizens can receive 35% off their refuse and recycling rate. Contact Flood Brothers for eligibility.
Household head of family with a handicap may receive back door collection at no additional charge. Contact Flood Brothers service representative for information.
If you are moving, contact Flood Brothers' customer service department at 630-261-0400 to establish or terminate your service.
Billing Payment Cycle
Flood Brothers Disposal and Recycling Company bills its services three times a year, January, May and September. Each bill represents a four-month period. If you have any questions about their services, you may direct all service and billing inquiries to Flood Brothers at 630-261-0578.
Kane County Recycling & Resource Conservation
Beginning in 2012, electronic equipment was banned from disposal in landfills in Illinois. Unwanted electronics must now be taken to a registered recycler for proper disposal. Contact Kane County Recycles using the link above for the most up-to-date list of electronics recycling drop-offs and collection events in Kane County.