Through Western, residents of Louisville enjoy convenient curbside pick up of trash, recycling and compostables. Residents are required by the City to purchase their trash service in 32 gallon units under a system call “pay-as-you-throw”. Unlimited recycling volume and a 32 gallon compost collection is included in your monthly fee and additional units of compost service can be subscribed to for a nominal charge. Charges for your waste removal services are included in your City of Louisville utility bill. For complete information on the City of Louisville’s waste management program, including rates: click here or give us a call at 303-444-2037.
You can also inquire about, or sign up for, service by completing the form below:
We offer 3 different wheeled container sizes for our customers in Louisville and you can order them in the combination that’s right for you:
Bonus: Louisville residents can put out one large item of trash FREE each quarter. Call (303)444-2037 for details.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to separate my recyclables?
Residents of Louisville have single stream recycling. Everything that can be recycled goes in the same container so there is no need to sort.
How can I find out if an item is recyclable, compostable or trash?
What if I have more material than I can fit in my cart?
No problem. You may purchase extra bag stickers for trash or compost from the City of Louisville or call us at (303) 444-2037 with a credit card prior to pick up day to schedule the collection of extra materials.
I live in an HOA, is Western my service provider?
Please check directly with hour homeowners association to determine your service provider.
What other services do you offer?
In Louisville, Western also offers roll-off dumpsters, temporary storage units, zero waste event services, and commercial trash, recycle and compost services of all types.
Why does local matter?
Residential recycling and compostable material is processed right here in the community creating jobs and reducing vehicle miles traveled, moving our community towards a resilient, sustainable future.