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All of the employees at Ace Carting live, work and play in the areas we serve. Watch this News section for updates on our community involvement and useful information on the proper placement of materials.


Battery Dangers and Safe Disposal

Most of us are so familiar and comfortable with batteries and our mobile devices we do not realize they can be very dangerous -- to us, our loved ones, our neighbors and our communities.

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Inclement Weather Information

Ace Carting would like to say how grateful we are to serve you. Our #1 core value is safety. We strive to assure complete safety of our employees, customers and the public in all our operations. 

To meet these expectations, our drivers and managers are trained on multiple safety techniques and do have to occasionally make the hard decision to be unable to service areas due to inclement weather (which includes snow, ice, freezing rain, rain, mud, high winds, hail or extreme cold).


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Winter Service Tips for Business Customers

At Ace Carting we strive to provide our customers with the best service possible, however, rain, snow and wind can impact our ability to safely serve you.  When we experience bad weather, please be patient with us.

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Eight Ways to Use Silica Gel Packets

Have you ever wondered why you find those tiny little packets labeled “Throw Away” and “Do Not Eat” when you purchase items such as a purse, shoes, or even food? While they may seem annoying or wasteful when you find them in a shoe box or at the bottom of your purse, these little packets actually serve an important purpose and can also be repurposed. These little packets contain a substance known as silica gel and they are very effective at reducing moisture and humidity within a small space.

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Useful Tools for Residential Customers

Ace Carting recently launched two useful tools to help their residential customers.  Both tools are located on the new SCHEDULE page.

  • My Schedule - Residents can enter their address and view their collection schedule.
  • Waste Wizard - Residents can look up waste items and learn if they are acceptable in residential collection containers.

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Paperless Billing Reduces Clutter

If you’re currently receiving paper monthly invoices, but you’d prefer electronic delivery instead, then you should consider signing up for our online bill pay. Not only is it better for the environment, but it will also reduce clutter.

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Ace Carting Supports Local Communities

Ace Carting has been part of the Northeastern New York and Rutland County, Vermont, communities since 2002 and takes pride in being a part of the activities, events and organizations that make these communities special.

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Labor Day Holiday Week Schedule 2018

Ace Carting Labor Day Holiday Schedule

Collection routes running on normal schedule.
Transfer Station and office are closed on Monday, September 3.


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What to do with Grass Clippings

Summer is right around the corner uprooting dreams of green lawns manicured to perfection. An immaculate yard is something many homeowners’ strive to achieve. Barriers such as the weather, water restrictions, pets, and even children manage to deteriorate well-thought out efforts. While some obstacles deter the accomplishment of having the best lawn in the neighborhood, there is one simple and green technique that is sure to bring life to your lawn.

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A CD and DVD Recycling Guide

Technology is always changing. What becomes the standard medium evolves into something completely different and typically requires a new set of hardware. From vinyl to cassettes, CDs to MP3s and now, streaming music services, we find ourselves upgrading to the latest, greatest technology. But, what happens to the old stuff? Because CDs and DVDs can’t be put in the single-stream recycling bin, let’s show you how to reduce your waste through CD recycling.

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