I have old small appliance (hairdryer/coffeemaker) should that be a small bulky item?

Bulky Items are ones that can't fit into a city trash bag.  A small coffeemaker or hair dryer should go into a city trash bag on your regular pickup day.  

Don't worry, the Waste-to-Energy Plant at ecomaine  can recover metals from the ash to recycle so this is best way to dispose of your old broken hairdryer!

SPECIAL DISPOSAL REQUIRED FOR MICROWAVES, DEHUMIDIFIERS OR AIR CONDITIONERS.  These items need to go directly to Riverside Recycling and there is always a disposal fee for these items.  

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1. Does a mattress or box spring cost in the bulky item permit ?
2. How can I get answers to questions on Bulky Waste Permits?
3. When can I place my bulky items from the permit curbside?
4. Photos not attaching to the permit or do not know how to upload photos?
5. The Self Service Portal has space for 3 items on the permit application.
6. I've used up my 10 Bulky Items Curbside Pickup- what now?
7. I have old small appliance (hairdryer/coffeemaker) should that be a small bulky item?