The Waste Pro bin is facing the wrong direction.
Nothing should be outside of THE BIN, especially not on top of THE BIN.
The Waste Pro bin is facing the wrong way and the lid should be tightly shut. Boxes in the recycling containers should be broken down or cut to fit into the containers.
These boards are considered construction debris and the owner should schedule a pickup or take them to the landfill.
The large cardboard box could have been broken down, flattened or cut down to fit in a recycle container.
Plastic bags are not permitted outside of THE BIN.
This is bulk construction debris and the resident should call for a bulk pickup.
The Waste Pro bin is improperly placed. The yard waste shouldn't be at the curb when it's garbage collection day and the limbs should be less than four feet long.
In order for the automated Waste Pro truck to be able to pick up the bin, there can't be anything on top of it. This second bin isn't compatible with automated trucks as the lid is removable and not hinged.
These residents have too many oversized items and garbage that is not properly contained. They should call for a special pickup. With this much at the curb, they may have to pay special fees for collection
This is improper placement of the Waste Pro bin and not properly contained garbage.
Why not break down these boxes and recycle them? In order for Waste Pro's automated truck to lift the Waste Pro bin, it cannot have items leaning on it.
These residents have yard waste out the same day as garbage collection day, construction debris and no Waste Pro bin.
This resident should schedule a bulk pickup. The Waste Pro bin's access is blocked so the automated truck won't be able to pick it up.
Plastic bags are not permitted outside of THE BIN. Perhaps if the resident recycled, everything would fit IN THE BIN.
This Waste Pro bin is a bit too far from the driveway and the residents need to schedule a special pickup with Waste Pro for the furniture.