The Town of Delavan offers a number of options for recycling:
- Recycle Site at Town Hall
- Yard Waste Drop Off at Town Hall
- Waste Oil Drop Off at Town Hall
- Appliance Drop Off at Town Hall
- Brush Pick-Up (May-Oct)
To learn more specifics about each of these recycling options, please check out the details below.
While the Town of Delavan does not have recycling pick-up at each residence, townspeople can choose either Nieuwenhuis Bros., Inc. or GFL Environmental for recycling pick-up. Their contact information is listed below as well.
RECYCLE SITE / YARD WASTE DROP OFF
To the left of the Town Hall Building, inside the gate - 5621 Town Hall Road.
Please register, inside the Town Hall before dropping off. Bring proof of your residency in the Town of Delavan.
Drop off Site opens April 1st and Closes December 1st
DROP OFF HOURS
Monday - Thursday @7am-3:30pm
Saturday @7am - 11am during the months of May through October
We are closed on Sundays and Holidays
Leaves, Brush, Grass, Waste Oil, Air Conditioners, Washers/Dryers, Refrigerators/Freezers, Stoves/Ovens, Hot Water Heaters
The Town of Delavan drop off site will accept garden debris, grass clippings, leaves and brush, limbs cannot exceed six (6) inches in diameter
WE DO NOT ACCEPT:
TV's Electronics, Tires, Microwave, Anti-Freeze, Oil Based Paint, Latex Paint, Stumps, Car Batteries, Stumps, Concrete, Logs or Root balls, etc.
Latex Paint – let dry and leave for garbage pick-up
Oil Based Paint can be disposed of at the Walworth County Roundup.
Waste Oil Drop-Off
The Town of Delavan is accepts waste oil to be burned for energy recovery in our Public Works' garage. Town residency is not required for this type of disposal; any waste oil is accepted as long as it's free of antifreeze, gasoline, etc.
May-Oct (1st Mon of Month)
May 3, June 7, July 6, Aug 2, Sept 7, Oct 4
Please have the brush out by the road by Monday.
Crews are limited to 15 Minutes per location
Pickup is for trimming of brush and trees, no fully cut trees (No bagged materials)
Tree limbs cannot exceed six (6) inches in diameter
No foreign material in pile (No rocks, steel, wire, metal, lumber, garbage. etc.)
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT OFFICE AT (262) 728-6411.