Worry-Free Waste Collection. Worry-Free Lifestyle.
Long, late night walks to the dumpster are a thing of the past. Let Valet Living do it for you.
How It Works
There’s a reason the industry calls it “valet” trash. It’s because Valet Living sets the standard for how to do it right. Valet Living communities receive doorstep collection of trash and recycling five nights a week. We also offer customized days and times to fit your community’s specific needs.
To get started, it’s as easy as 1-2-3.
Communities have different collection dates and service times and use various waste containers. Check with your community management team to verify your collection dates, service times or a missing waste container.
All bags must be securely tied for collection. No loose items. Keep bags under 25 pounds.
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Ready for Pickup
Place the container(s) outside your doorstep. Check with your community management team to verify the waste collection dates and service times at your community.
Simply return the container back inside your apartment home by 9:00am the next morning.
Tips for preparing your trash and recycling below.
“Contact your community manager if you have bulk items such as furniture pieces, or boxes of old kitchen & household items, etc.”
- No loose trash.
- Double-bag all pet waste.
- No bags over 25 lbs.
- No broken glass or sharp objects.
- No oversized items (e.g. furniture, large boxes, etc.
- Easter Sunday
- Memorial Day
- Fourth of July
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
- New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day
*Out of concern for the safety of our residents and our Service Valets, Valet Living may suspend service due to severe weather concerns.
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“Recycling participation is a challenge for many properties, so Valet Living implemented a program that makes it easy for every resident to participate in and start living a greener lifestyle.”
Please do not place any unacceptable items in communal recycling containers or in your household recycling bags.
Placing non-recyclable materials contaminates all recyclables rendering them non-recyclable.
* Acceptance of these items may vary by community. Please check with your property management for more information.
- Junk mail
- Paper bags
- Phone books
- Wrapping paper
- Envelopes (with and without windows)
- Catalogs and magazines
- Cardboard *
- Milk and juice cartons
- All plastic containers with recycling symbols labeled # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7
- Plastic bottles, cups, jars, tubs
- Aluminum drink cans
- Steel or tin food cans
- Aerosol cans (empty)
- Aluminum foil *
- Food scraps
- Electronics (TVs, computers)
- Clothes hangers
- Yard or plant debris
- Light bulbs
- Pharmaceuticals or medicine
- Plastic bags
- Propane tanks
- Styrofoam cups
- Packing peanuts
- Hazardous items
- Soiled pizza boxes
““Valet Living™ provides great customer service by collecting the trash left right outside the doorstep of my apartment! They keep our complex looking great, and they guys that come around at night are very nice! I highly recommend looking for an apartment community that has The Valet Living amenity!””Jamie Lister
““Their services are great! They really take care of their clients and go the extra mile!””Brooke Osborne