Which way does the side-load need to face to be serviced?
Important!!! Arrow on the lid of the container must be pointing towards the street.
Does the garbage have to be in the container to be serviced?
All garbage should be inside the container with the lid closed. Use only the containers provided. The special truck cannot handle other containers! Please do not set items next to or on top of the containers extra (normal household) items can be taken to the Landfill for no extra charge. (Please take your container number’s with you to the landfill.)
Does my side-load container have to be on the street?
Containers need to be on the edge of the street. (NOT ON THE SIDEWALK OR AGAINST THE CURB).
Do the containers need to be placed in a specific area?
Containers need to be placed in a clear area. The Collection Truck needs to be able to get within three (3) feet of the container. The container should be placed away from cars, posts, fences, trees, etc. Those with two (2) containers need to place the containers three (3) feet apart from each other.
When does my side-load container have to be out?
Your containers need to be brought to the public access road in front of your establishment before 6:00 a.m. on your service day. We understand 6:00 a.m. is early for some people so we highly suggest you place your containers out in front of your establishment the night prior to your service day. If the containers are not out in front of your establishment, it cannot be picked up. Virgin Valley Disposal will not return to service if the containers are not in place prior to 6:00 a.m.
What day is my side-load container serviced?
It depends on what type of container you have, if you have a 90 gallon container it will depend on which area you live in as to which day you container is serviced.
Please follow the Service Area link to see which day your area is service.
How many 90 gallons can I have at one address?
You can have up to 3 cans issued at one address.
What type of containers does Virgin Valley have?
Virgin Valley Disposal has basically one type of container, which come in a two different sizes.
Side-load containers which come in two different sizes (90 gallons and 45 gallons) The 90 gallon container are used to service our residential houses the 45 gallon containers are used for your residential recycling needs.