The City of Carmi Yard Waste Site will be closed to the public until the burn ban is lifted. As a reminder, the City of Carmi is still under a burn ban.
The City of Carmi is upping the ante when it comes to the burn ban currently in place. Officials announced Thursday morning that the yard waste site will be closed to the public until the burn ban has been lifted. There is currently no... Read More.
Effective July 31, 2022 Republic’s waste collection contract with the City of Carmi will expire. Beginning Monday, July 25, as Republic picks up your trash they will also pick up their blue trash tote. Beginning August 1, 2022, Bulldog will become the waste... Read More.
SPRINGFIELD – Illinois EPA Director John J. Kim today announced the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collections for the spring of 2021. Illinois EPA HHW collections provide residents with free collection events to safely dispose of unused or leftover hazardous household products commonly found in... Read More.
In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Midwest Waste reminds all customers to please bag all of your trash before putting it into your trash container for pickup. Please try to place all of your bagged trash inside the container at the side of... Read More.
The City of Carmi Yard Waste Site (compost site) is closed until spring. The City apologies for any inconvenience.
Landscape Site Open The City of Carmi Landscape Waste Site, what we used to call the compost site will open for the season beginning Saturday, April 6. The site will be open from 8 in the morning until noon. Carmi Mayor Jeff Pollard announced at the Tuesday... Read More.
Landscape Waste Site to Open The City of Carmi Landscape Waste Site, what we used to call the compost site will open for the season beginning next Saturday, April 6. The site will be open from 8 in the morning until noon. The site name was changed... Read More.
At a time when public educational institutions, social service providers, and state and local governments are struggling to emerge from Illinois’ multi-year budget impasse, 51 percent of registered voters say the solution to the state’s $1.5 billion budget deficit is to cut “waste and... Read More.