What if I cannot roll my cart to the curb?

Households where no one is physically able to roll out the cart, but want to participate in rollout recycling, can call City Link 311 and make arrangements for a crew to service their cart. These households will have to compete a Rollout Recycling Exemption Form (PDF) certifying that no one in the home is physically able to roll out the cart, and print and mail it in.

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1. How do I obtain a rollout recycling cart?
2. What if I have more recyclable materials than will fit in my recycling cart?
3. My recycling was missed. How do I report a missed pickup?
4. How can I get a replacement for my cart that is missing or damaged?
5. How do I know what week to put out my cart?
6. The recycling truck usually comes by my house late in the day. Why do I have to have my cart at the curb by 6 a.m.?
7. Should I put my recycling cart out when it's raining?
8. What if I cannot roll my cart to the curb?
9. I'm moving. What should I do with my recycling cart?
10. I live in a multifamily complex with a recycling station. Will I receive an individual cart for my unit?
11. What do I do with my old green recycling bin?
12. What if I want to turn my green bin in?
13. I understand that there is a computer chip in the cart. What is it for?
14. I own a commercial business. Can I recycle through the city?