Papillion Sanitation will be closed Monday, May 28 in honor of Memorial Day.  Service for that week will be delayed by one day.  Friday routes will be run on Saturday.

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How to Dispose of Your Natural Christmas Tree

Christmas trees may be disposed of at one of the many recycling collection sites in the metro area. These collection sites are available December 24 – January 8.  Trees will be recycled as mulch, so please remove: Nails Wires Ornaments Tree stand Plastic bags Lights The tree recycling collection sites do not accept wreaths or evergreen roping. Christmas Tree Collection…

Our Top Six Back to School Safety Tips

At Papillion Sanitation, safety is always our #1 priority, and with the new school year just around the corner, we hope you will join us in making sure kids are safe on their way to and from school. Here are some tips to share with your kids to help them safely navigate the streets: Cross at the Crosswalk. It’s never safe to…

Tree Debris Disposal

Downed branches and limbs from the June 16, 2017 storm may be disposed of at the following locations: Bellevue:  You can drop off tree debris on Cedar Island or Rose Lane through 8:00 pm on Monday. Starting on Tuesday, you can drop off tree debris at Hayworth Park North of softball park. Also Tuesday, curbside pickup for tree limbs no longer than…

Orange Hefty Energy Bags

What are the Orange Hefty Energy Bags? Hefty Energy Bag is a unique program designed to convert previously non-recycled plastics into energy.  Plastics collected through the program will be sorted at a local recycling facility and converted into energy used in cement production. What items can be placed in the Orange Hefty Energy Bags? Juice pouches, snack bags, microwavable pouches, cake…


Cass County Youth Environmental Fair

On Wednesday, September, 28th, Papillion Sanitation participated in the Keep Cass County Beautiful Environmental Fair at the Cass County Fairgrounds in Weeping Water. We taught 5th Graders about trash disposal and landfill safety.