Our office will be closed and will re-open on Tuesday, May 29th
Thank you and have a fantastic holiday weekend!
Please set it along the sidewalk or curb on your day of service.
All garbage should be set out by 6:00am on the day of collection.
Did you know that EnviroTech provides Curbside Recycling Services? Click here to visit our Recycling page for more information. Additionally, the City of Pierre provides recycle drop off boxes at Sutley's Grocery on Sioux Ave, Lynn's Dakotamart and at the city transfer station on 2800 E Park Street.
We can dispose of any paint cans that are either empty or in which the paint is completely hardened.
Our yard waste service runs April - October. We can provide 95 gal or 300 gal yard waste carts for customers on the weekly yard waste route.
Yard waste consists of grass and leaves only. If signed up for the weekly service, the clippings should be thrown into the yard waste cart loose (no plastic bags). Branches, shrubs, garden rubbish, etc are all considered trash.
95 gallon or 300 gallon cart & yard waste is picked up on a route on Tuesday's.
We proudly accept Visa, and MasterCard for your convenience. There is no fee for this service and it only takes a few minutes. You may pay online or by calling 800-499-4804 or 605-224-4804.
The City of Pierre transfer station is at 2800 East Park St. Their phone number is 605-773-7434.
When requesting a special pickup, please do so the day before.
Larger items will be picked up the same as any extras or special pickups. There is an additional cost, so please call to get the cost of a specific item, as the prices vary.
Office hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm - 5:00pm.
Commercial customers are billed on a monthly basis. Residential customers are billed quarterly. Monthly billing is offered, if preferred.
Some sizes of roll-offs may vary in length and height.
The basic price our Pierre waste management company charges covers operating costs - labor, supplies, insurance, energy, etc., plus a profit. The fuel surcharge is needed to pay for the marginal increase in costs due only to the higher cost of diesel fuel and other petroleum-based products while oil prices are very unstable.