Saddlebrook Farms

Saddlebrook Farms Solid Waste & Recycling Collection

LRS is proud to be the preferred waste and recycling partner for Saddlebrook Farms . 

In addition to being the exclusive residential waste and recycling hauler for Saddlebrook Farms , many Saddlebrook Farms homeowners are currently in need of dumpster rental, on-site storage, portable bathrooms and street sweeper services. LRS is here to help. We have the most professional and affordable dumpster rental, on-site storage, portable bathrooms and street sweeper services available in Saddlebrook Farms . We offer many different services that all can be customized to meet whatever residential needs you may have.

Saddlebrook Farms Solid Waste & Recycling Collection – Wednesday

  • All solid waste materials must be placed at the curb for collection by 7:00 a.m. the day of your scheduled collection. We cannot guarantee a specific time the driver will be at your home.
  • Garbage and Recycling should be placed by the drive and at least 5 feet away from Stationery objects (mailboxes, basketball hoops, vehicles, etc.).
  • All containers that are emptied MUST be removed from the curb by the completion of that day
  • Service will include a 65-gallon trash toter and a 65 gallon recycle totter
  • NO loose trash will be accepted on the ground

Disoposal of Additional Trash & Bulk Items

  • A bulk item is considered an item the resident would take with them if they moved out of the residence (couch, small tables, mattress, etc.)
  • Available for an additional fee, must contact LRS directly for a special collection or to order a dumpster

Carpeting & Construction Waste

  • Carpeting: must be rolled up, taped, or tied and no more than 4 ft long, 2 ft in diameter and 50 lbs. in weight
  • Construction and renovation waste: lumber, drywall, old cabinets, etc. are NOT considered bulk items and therefore require the resident to contact LRS directly.

Christmas Tree Collection

  • Christmas Trees will be collected the first two weeks of January at no additional charge
  • All decorations, stands, etc. must be removed from the trees to be collected.
  • DO NOT place trees in plastic bags, if placed in a plastic bag it will not be collected.

Recyclable Materials


Newspaper and insertsMagazine catalogs & phone booksOffice paper notebooks
Computer printoutsHanging file folders (remove metal & trash it)Pastel sticky notes
Glossy brochuresIndex cardsGreeting cards
StationeryFax paperManila folders
EnvelopesJunk mailChipboard/Paperboard
Cardboard boxesBrown paper grocery bagsPaperback books
  • NO used paper plates or pizza boxes, or fluorescent paper (they contaminate the paper stream with food, dye, or plastic coating) If the pizza box top is clean you can tear it off and recycle it.
  • NO paper towels, tissues, or napkins, which are not recyclable because the fibers are too small to reuse (please compost them with kitchen food scraps if possible)
  • NO Shredded Paper – Loose shredded paper causes major sorting problems in the Recycling Facilities
  • NO frozen food boxes, which are made of a hybrid of paper and plastic, and are not wanted by paper mills
  • NO paper cups, which are also made of a hybrid of paper and plastic rendering them unrecyclable

Aluminum Cans & Foil

  • Aluminum cans
  • Aluminum foil
  • Pie plates and trays


  • Milk, Soup
  • Cardboard Egg Cartons
  • Juice cartons & boxes

Steel/Tin Cans

  • Food cans and lids
  • Metal paint cans and lids
  • Empty aerosol cans

Glass Bottle & Jars

  • All colors are accepted
  • NO window or auto glass, bakeware, ceramics, mirrors, light bulbs, coffee pots or drinking glasses

Plastic Containers

  • Plastic bottles
  • Plastic tubs
  • Plastic jugs
  • NO plastic bags or plastic film (plastic wraps, sandwich bags, freezer bags, tarps)
  • NO plastic utensils or plates (plastic wraps, sandwich bags, freezer bags, tarps), cups, lids or straws
  • NO candy wrappers, cereal bags, potato chip bags, or snack bags
  • NO empty motor oil, pesticide, or chemical bottles
  • NO Styrofoam, polystyrene (do not put in curbside bin)

Holiday Schedule

LRS observes six major holidays and does not provide service on these holidays:

If the holiday falls on a weekday prior to your regular collection day, service will be the following day. Services will take place on Saturday during holiday weeks. Items still need to be placed out at 6AM on Saturday to ensure collection.

Billing & Invoice Options

Invoices are sent in advance on a quarterly basis for services. Payments are due 30 days from the date of the invoice. Late fees will apply for payments received late. As nearly all costs associated with providing the service increase on a regular basis, rates are increased on an annual basis every July.

Auto Payment Option

  • LRS offers an auto-pay option for residents who choose to establish this method of payment. Once you receive an invoice from LRS, you may choose this option. If you would like to elect for auto pay, you may do so by going to You will be asked to create a username and password.

Mail Payment

If you need assistance, please call or email LRS Customer Service for assistance with paperless billing, paying your bill or registering for auto-pay at 844-NEED-LRS or