Unincorporated Residential Waste and Recycling Subscription
Lakeshore Recycling Systems currently provides residential waste and recycling subscription service for Unincorporated Cook, DuPage and Lake Counties. Towns impacted by this include, but are not limited to Deerfield, Northbrook, Buffalo Grove, Lincolnshire, Wheaton and Glen Ellyn. We also welcome former DuPage Disposal customers!
Unincorporated Deerfield is serviced one time per week Monday or Friday based on service area.
Please refer to the following link for more information:
Holiday Service Schedule
Landscape Waste Collection
Available from April 1 to December 15, Lakeshore Recycling Systems provides a simple option for landscape waste collection. Lakeshore Recycling Systems offers two services for landscape waste.
Subscription Service provides a flat monthly rate that covers up to ten 35-gallon containers or kraft bags. For more than ten kraft bags or containers, a sticker must be affixed onto the additional bags/containers. See the sticker service information below.
Sticker Service is a weekly volume-based system where a customer pays for only the quantity of the landscape waste collected. This option is done by the customer purchasing stickers through Lakeshore Recycling Systems and placing them on a kraft bag. Bags and cans should not exceed 35 gallons and 50 pounds. Prior to the pickup, the customer must call Lakeshore Recycling Systems the Tuesday before service to alert our staff of the requests.
Having opened Chicagoland’s state-of-the-art single-stream recycling center in 2016, Lakeshore Recycling Systems focuses on waste diversion to recycle more and send less waste to landfills. Lakeshore Recycling Systems is committed to making the surrounding communities a greener place to live.
Lakeshore Recycling Systems has a single-stream recycling center dedicated to sorting and separating recyclables. This 40,000 square-foot facility is designed to handle more than 110,000 tons of high-grade residential and commercial single-stream recyclables, sorting, separating and allocating over 20 tons of waste per hour.