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There are options regarding trash that won't fit in the carts the specifics have yet to be determined; they will ultimately be decided by Council using survey data and the RFP.
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It is projected to be approximately $1.50 less than the current rate.
The $1.50 savings assumes one 95-gallon cart for garbage and one 65-gallon cart for recycling.
We spoke with SurveyMonkey (the company who is providing the survey), and they said it did not appear to be a glitch and recommended that devices and web browsers be up-to-date before the survey is taken. Below are the images with the correlating question number. You can also contact (817) 426-9835 and request a hard copy be mailed to you or take the survey from a desktop computer, if you do not have access to a desktop computer the Burleson Public Library has computers you can use.
That is hard to say because it depends on what is inside of the trash bags and if the content in trash bags can be compressed or not. For instance if you are recycling cardboard boxes versus plastic bottles. The trash carts that are being proposed are 95-gallon and the proposed recycling carts are 65-gallons you could the gallon size of the trash bags used in comparison to the size of the carts.
If the City continues with using trash bags and having service twice-a-week then your trash day would not be made up. Trash would be picked up on your next scheduled trash day of that week.
If the City moves to the bins with once-a week-collections than collection would shifts days but will still be picked up during that week.