Village Hall, Photo by Lauren Hanaman
Where is the Recycling Center located?
There is no recycling center located in the Village.
Annual Waukesha County Recycling Event Schedule
The recently approved Collection Event Agreement with Waukesha County will allow residents to drop off both electronics and appliances for recycling. There will be a small fee charged to residents for any television or CRT computer monitor that is dropped off. All other eligible electronics and appliances will be taken at no cost. A complete listing of the Annual Collection Event Schedule can be found at: Waukesha County Electronic Recycling Event Schedule
Refuse and Recycling pick up
The pick up for your home will be weekly on Friday. All waste should be placed in containers no larger than 30 gallons and not weighing more than 50 pounds. Pick up will be made from outside and next to your garage. Collections begin at 7:00 am. Please make sure your garbage is available for pick up by that time. Please do the following:
Garbage or recycling was not picked
The Village of Chenequa asks that you have your items out by 7:00 am. If you had them out by that time, please call Johns Disposal at (262) 473-4700.
What items will not be picked up and what do I do with them?
Items that do not fit into the trash bins require advanced notice to be picked up. This includes items such as appliances, furniture, building materials. Call Johns Disposal at (262) 473-4700. Items will normally be picked up on your normal pickup day.
Dead animals or deer
Please call the Police Department non emergency line at (262) 367-2145.
Household hazardous Waste (HHW)
The Village works with Waukesha County to provide residents a responsible solution for disposing of household hazardous waste.
Waukesha County operates four (4) year-round household hazardous waste drop-off sites for residents and four (4) special one-day collections in spring and fall. Verify that your items are acceptable waste (PDF) and make sure to have proof of residency when bringing items to any HHW site. There is no fee for this service.
Hartland Police Department collects drugs as a on-going community service program. Prescription drugs have an impact on many different populations — drug abuse among teens and other populations, as well as accidental ingestion by children or senior citizens. With proper disposal of these drugs, we are able to help protect our community and our environment.