New Covenants were approved by more than 66 2/3 % of the eligible voters in Waterbury Cove during May 2009. The new covenants do not allow rentals or leasing of homes in Waterbury Cove. For more information click 'Covenants' here or from the menu bar above.
|Facts about the new solid waste management plan|
A new residential solid waste management plan will be implemented in unincorporated Gwinnett County on July 1, 2010, following the approval by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners of a settlement agreement resolving four lawsuits and residential solid waste service agreements with five waste haulers. This new plan provides comprehensive and consistent solid waste and expanded recycling service countywide and responds to homeowner feedback on the desire for less illegal dumping, same-day neighborhood pickup, and less neighborhood truck traffic.
Solid waste consultant R. W. Beck, Inc. conducted a comprehensive solid waste study in 2009 to aid the County in developing the new plan; the final report on the study includes recaps and analyses of public input gathered through public forums and surveys, benchmarking of programs in other communities, review of recycling options, and recommendations for future actions.
Gwinnett County Solid Waste District Map (Starting July 1, 2010)
What are the benefits of the new plan?
Until the new service starts in July, you may continue to choose a solid waste provider from the approved list for residential and commercial service. Service under the old plan will be provided through June 30, 2010.
Gwinnett County's Solid Waste Information Center at 770.822.7141 is open for callers Monday through Friday between 7:30am and 5:30pm.
|How to report trash concerns|
Please click the following link to Citizen Self Service or contact the Gwinnett County Call Center at 770-822-7141 to:
|Approved Solid Waste Hauler List (effective through June 30, 2010)|
Solid waste service under the new solid waste ordinance and solid waste management plan will begin on July 1, 2010, giving residents and haulers time to transition to the new system. The Gwinnett County Solid Waste Management Plan that was approved by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and adopted by the Board of Commissioners on April 22, 2008, remains in effect and the County continues to be in compliance with the Georgia Solid Waste Management Act.
In accordance with the plan that is effective through June 30, 2010, you may choose a solid waste provider from the list below for residential and commercial service. Also listed are the areas of unincorporated Gwinnett County in which these haulers are approved to provide service. Residential customers should keep up payments to their current hauler for services provided through June 30, 2010, as all haulers are expected to continue providing their current level of service during the same period. The County will bill for residential solid waste collection and disposal services provided for July and going forward.
|Recycling (effective through June 30, 2010)|
In unincorporated Gwinnett County, all residential solid waste providers are required to pick up the following items once per week with your curbside service should a customer elect to have this service. Items that can be recycled:Newspapers and Inserts - School Papers - Cardboard Boxes - Kraft Paper - Soda & Beer Cartons - Cereal Boxes - Paperboard - Tissue Boxes - Paper Grocery Bags - Shoe Boxes - Paper Shopping/Lunch Bags - Pizza Boxes - Magazines - Paper Towel Cores - Tissue Paper Cores - Shopping Catalogues - Old Phone Directories - Aluminum Beverage Containers - Discarded Mail - Aluminum Food Containers - Greeting Cards - Steel Food Containers & Lids - Envelopes - Empty Aerosol Cans - Carbonless Paper Forms - Plastic Soda & Water Bottles - Computer Paper - Milk Jugs - Calendars - Plastic Detergent Bottles - Plastic Bottles # 3-7 (ex: Mustard Bottle) - Glass Bottles & Jars - Aluminum Baking Tins - Paperback Books - Clean Metallic Lids.
|Yard Trimmings - Service Provider Responsibilities (effective through June 30, 2010)|
All service providers are required to offer collection of yard trimmings at a minimum of an on-call basis. An additional fee may be charged by the service provider for the collection of yard trimmings.
|Yard Trimmings - Homeowner Repsonsibilities (effective through June 30, 2010)|
Yard trimmings consisting of grass clippings, leaves, etc., shall be placed in suitable receptacles. No yard trimmings shall be placed in plastic bags. Limbs not exceeding four inches in diameter and no more than three feet in length must be tied in a bundle weighing not more than 50 pounds..
|Used Furniture - Appliances (effective through June 30, 2010)|
Inoperative, privately used worn out household appliances (refrigerators, stoves, air conditioning units, water heaters, washing machines, dryers) and discarded furniture shall be collected at the curb at least weekly as designated by the service provider at no additional charge, provided all pollutants and hazardous wastes have been removed prior to collection.
No reported activity - for more information contact Gwinnett County WEB site
FRIDAY DECEMBER 17, 2008
A Gwinnett County Judge has ruled the new Garbage Service is not legal and has issued an injunction against implementation!!!!!
For the time being, check with your refuse service provider and Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful to determine who and when your garbage will be collected! Recommend NOT pay the cutoff fee yet and do not pay your new provider until this is settled!
Attention All Pool Users!!! ....reminder
If you and your family want to be able to enjoy the pool when it opens this Saturday please keep reading. We need to reset our pool key card database which means all homeowners need to email their pool key card number that is printed on the back of your pool key card so it can be re-activated.
If you have not done so already, please email the following information to: email@example.com
The pool is scheduled to open this Saturday, May 14th. If you do not send the needed information to the email address above, then you will not be able to open the gate at the pool area.
If you have lost or misplaced your pool key card, you can get a replacement card for $10. If you need a pool key card replacement or have any other questions, please email Mike Inderrieden at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on (770) 596-9352.