Cornelius Disposal Service, Inc.
P.O. Box 628, Cornelius, OR 97113
p: 503-357-3510 | f: 503-690-7962 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Office 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday
Q: What are my payment options?
PO Box 628
Cornelius, OR 97113
8145 NE Nicholas Ct.
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Q: What is recyclable?
A: Please refer to our Recycling page.
Q: Can you pick up large items such as furniture and appliances?
A: Yes, call our office for a quote on a BULKY ITEM pickup.
Q: Can you tell me where I can recycle my television, computer and other electronic materials?
A: Call Metro Recycling @ 503-234-3000 for recycling locations near you.
Q: Will Cornelius Disposal Service pick up my medical waste or used sharps?
A: NO. Please contact Metro Recycling Information Line at 503-234-3000.
Q: Can I change my cart size or service?
A: Yes. Please contact our office for available service options, or visit our
Services/Rates page for more information.
Q: Is this a recycling or yard debris week?
A: Please check the schedule posted for each of the service areas on our
Q: What materials can I put in my yard debris container?
a) Accepted materials in yard debris containers are:
b) Not accepted materials in yard debris containers are:
Q: What if I take a vacation and don't need service while I'm gone?
A: Customers may place their service on "Vacation Hold" while they are out of town for more than two weeks in a row. Vacation credits are for residential collection service only.
A vacation credit shall be given to customers who stop service for a period of two (2) consecutive weeks or longer. The request for a vacation credit must be received by our office at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the first pickup that is scheduled during the vacation period. Only two (2) vacation credits shall be issued to any service account within a single calendar year period. Customers must call the office to reinstate service from a vacation hold.
A vacation credit shall be determined by dividing the monthly collection rate by the number of collections scheduled for that month, and then multiplying that number by the number of weeks of temporary service discontinuation being requested.