Nez Perce County
ONE STOP DROP
To facilitate disposal of large items, LSI operates two One Stop Drop stations in rural Nez Perce County. Each site is open two Saturdays per month from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. This service is available for Nez Perce County residents at no charge.
Located at the grain elevators on HWY 95 at Sweetwater and is open the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month.
Located at the intersection of HWY 12 and Gifford Reubens Rd. and is open the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month.
If there is a 5th Saturday in a month, there will be no collection services at either station.
Appliances (old refrigerators, stoves, washers and dryers, etc.), Furniture (old couches, tables, bed frames and mattresses, etc.), Tires (up to ten rimless tires per household when either station is open), Household Batteries, Vehicle Batteries, Household Construction Debris (lumber, concrete, insulation, etc.), and other large items that can’t be taken by your weekly garbage technician.
Aluminum cans; cardboard (please flatten boxes), mixed paper and magazines; glass bottles and jars; newspapers and phone books, tin cans; #1 clear plastic bottles and #2 cloudy plastic milk jugs.
Nez Perce County Treasurer’s Office
Nez Perce County Courthouse
1230 Main St., Lewiston
SCHEDULES & REMINDERS
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
CLICK HERE for a collection route map
Please have your garbage out by 7:00 a.m.
Latah Sanitation, Inc. observes the following holidays:
- New Years Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
Garbage routes are subject to change. Before the holiday, please check the Lewiston Morning Tribune or call Latah Sanitation, Inc. at (877) 777-5724 if you have any questions.
Three Can or Bag Limit: Please remember, you are only allowed to set out three bags or cans of garbage per week, even if you didn’t put your garbage out the week before.
Size and Weight Restrictions: Please remember that oversize and overweight garbage cans can cause serious injury to our collection workers. Garbage cans must be no larger than 39 gallons in capacity and cannot weigh more than 60 pounds when full. When setting out garbage bags, make sure they weigh no more than 35 pounds to eliminate potential litter problems from breaking bags.
Bag Your Trash: Even if you use garbage cans, please place your trash in tied plastic bags to prevent litter.
Can Your Trash: If you place your trash out in a bag, please consider using a garbage can too. Dogs and wildlife can easily tear bags, creating litter problems. Garbage cans can help reduce this problem.