Business Trash Service | Medford, OR | Rogue Disposal & Recycling
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Trash Pickup Services

We provide a wide range of commercial trash pickup services. Trash collection service is offered year-round, except Christmas Day and New Year’s Day — the only two holidays that will affect your collection day.

Trash Service at a Glance

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  • Multiple Pickup Options
  • Front Load Containers
  • Five Different Sizes
  • Auto-Locking Option Available

Service Rates

Pickups Per Week 1.5 Yards 2 Yards 3 Yards 4 Yards 6 Yards
1x $130.20 $169.70 $201.04 $260.29 $374.00
2x $210.89 $273.46 $378.95 $482.69 $675.54
3x $304.78 $388.82 $542.04 $683.72 $1031.33
4x $398.67 $489.30 $693.61 $925.91 $1355.87
5x $476.14 $589.75 $868.25 $1148.30 $1683.78
6x $540.38 $706.81 $1031.33 $1369.10 $2009.95
Extra Pickup $46.94 $56.80 $76.59 $96.42 $135.92

In order to secure your container, we require a deposit of $56.46. Once the container has been in continual service for a full year, the deposit is refundable if service is discontinued. The first month’s fee and the container deposit must both be paid in advance prior to delivery of the container to your site, or once your account has been approved for credit. Lock-bar containers are available for an additional $7.06 per month.

Commercial accounts need to setup a charge account. Please download and fill out our credit application form.

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User Guide

Front Load Container Sizes

Front load containers come in a variety of sizes, making it easy to find a size that’s right for your business.

Size Width Depth Height w/Skids Height w/Wheels Height Back
1 ½ Yard 6' 9" 2' 11" 3' 2" 3' 8" N/A
2 Yard 6' 9" 3' 4" 3' 7" 4' 1" N/A
3 Yard 6" 9" 4' 0" 4' 6" 5' 2" 5' 2"
4 Yard 6" 9" 4' 9" 4' 10" 5' 8" 5' 8"
6 Yard 6" 9" 6' 0" 5' 1 ½" N/A 6'

Container Placement and Site Requirements

It’s important for your front load container to be accessible to our drivers on your scheduled pickup day(s) by 6 am. If the container is not accessible, a go-back charge may be assessed. Here are some other important guidelines to remember:

Site requirements

  1. Containers with wheels must sit on a hard, level surface — preferably concrete. If the container sits on skids, the surface can be slightly angled, as long as the truck’s forks fit in the pockets on the container.
  2. Any hard, level surface you plan to use for a front load container must be prepared to accommodate a gross vehicle rating of 60,000 pounds.
  3. For efficient servicing, we prefer the straight drive-in approach.

Enclosure information and container placement

  1. Please keep the enclosure opening a minimum of 12 feet wide inside the gate-post opening.
  2. Containers positioned in enclosures at an angle to the driveway entrance must have a minimum opening of 12 feet.
  3. Most enclosures should include room for a minimum of two containers — one for solid waste and one for recycling. Restaurants may need an additional container for grease, and the enclosure dimensions will need to be increased accordingly. Rogue Disposal & Recycling does not offer grease pickup service. For grease pickup services, contact JCRP ReDirectory.
  4. Enclosures with more than one container must place the containers with the fronts facing each other, leaving ample room to walk between them.
  5. To protect the walls of the enclosure — either at floor level or at hinged height — you need to install a bumper that will keep the container from damaging the wall.
  6. For enclosures that are elevated at the approach, a small ramp is required if the container needs to be pulled out for service.

Containers not accessible by truck

  1. If your container is not accessible by truck, the route driver will pull it into place for service. For this type of service, the container must be on wheels and must not exceed 3 cubic yards.
  2. If a container needs to be pulled out more than 30 feet, arrangements must be made in advance with our office and a monthly charge will be assessed for this service.

Truck clearance

When you’re selecting a space for your container(s), please remember to leave ample room for truck clearance — both to the sides and overhead.

  1. Watch for any overhead obstructions that could get in the way — including wires and trees.
  2. When possible, make sure there are no parking areas immediately around/next to the container(s) or enclosure.
  3. Do not allow walkways or sidewalks to be used for accessing containers.

Truck Clearance

Truck Turning Radius Loading Height
70’ in diameter 25’ with container off the ground

Site Smart Construction Consultation

Our Site Smart service provides expert advice on drop box placement — from pre site construction all the way through final placement for everyday use. This no-cost service helps you minimize waste-related hassles at every step of the process. Learn more about Site Smart Consultation.

Materials Not Accepted

Due to state and federal regulations, as well as weight restrictions, there are several items that cannot be placed in your front load container.

No Hazardous Waste

No Paint

No Materials Containing Asbestos

No Demolition Material, Unless Approved

No Tanks, Barrels or 55-Gallon Drums

No Dirt, Sod, Rock, Concrete or Masonry Materials

No Fluorescent Bulbs or Tubes

No Medical Waste

No Liquids

No Motorcycle or Automobile Bodies

No Flammable Materials

No Electronic Waste

No Large Appliances — Such As Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Freezers, Water Heaters, Washers, Dryers and Pressure Tanks

No Automotive Batteries or Tires — Including Off-Road, Motorcycle and Four-Wheeler Tires

Commercial Trash FAQs

Are there any holidays that affect my trash and recycling pickup schedule?

Are there any holidays that affect my trash and recycling pickup schedule?

Yes. Drivers have Christmas Day and New Year’s Day off to spend time with their families. These are the only two holidays that affect the regular schedule. In the fall of each year, you will receive information on upcoming holiday schedule changes.

Can I make a payment over the phone?

Can I make a payment over the phone?

Of course! Just call 541.779.4161 and a customer service representative will be happy to help you. Phone hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Can I pay my bill online?

Can I pay my bill online?

Yes you can! You can make a one-time payment using a debit card or Visa, MasterCard or Discover card. Or you can sign up for autopay to have your Rogue Disposal & Recycling bill automatically paid — via debit, credit card or checking account.

How do I dispose of old fluorescent tubes?

How do I dispose of old fluorescent tubes?

While not considered hazardous waste, fluorescent tubes do require special handling and disposal. Click here for information on how to recycle them.

How do I report a missed pickup?

How do I report a missed pickup?

To report a missed trash, recycling or yard debris pickup, please call 541.779.4161 or contact us and a customer service representative will be happy to help you. Phone hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

What do I do if my business has hazardous waste?

What do I do if my business has hazardous waste?

Businesses generating small quantities of hazardous waste can take advantage of our special Conditionally Exempt Generator Day during the yearly Household Hazardous Waste every spring, usually in May. This service is by application only and appointments are made in advance. Fees are charged according to the type and volume of the waste being disposed. The 2018 application form is available here.

What do I do with a 55-gallon drum? Why can’t I bring it to the Household Hazardous Waste event?

What do I do with a 55-gallon drum? Why can’t I bring it to the Household Hazardous Waste event?

The cost to test, handle and dispose of these containers can exceed $2,000 per drum. If you do have a drum to dispose of, please give us a call at 541-779-4161 and we can give you some options.

What options do I have for paying my bill?

What options do I have for paying my bill?

As a commercial account, you have several options to choose from.  The first month’s fee for trash service plus the container deposit must both be paid in advance, prior to the container being delivered to your site. You can pay via check, online (or in person) using a credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover), or cash paid in person at one of our Customer Service Centers. You can also apply for a credit account with us.

How do I sign up for electronic billing?

How do I sign up for electronic billing?

Go to the Pay My Bill tab and log into your account (or create a new secure login if you don’t have an online account). Once logged in, click on the Billing Options button. A window will pop up that shows the options for bill delivery. Click the “On/Off” switch next to the Email Notifications listing to select that option. Then click “OK” to save your changes. That’s all there is to it. You can also call our Customer Service Department at 541.779.4161 during normal business hours and a representative can update your billing option.

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