Garbage and Recycling Hauler- Waterman’s Sanitation

GARBAGE / RECYCLING HAULER

Waterman’s Sanitation
715-268-6471
https://www.watermansanitation.com/

  • Call to arrange curbside garbage service
  • Recycling is a drop-off service located at 304 Jewell Street, Star Prairie
    M-F 7:00 am – 3:30 pm (EFFECTIVE 10/1/2021)

 WHAT TO RECYCLE:

  • GLASS bottles & jars
  • ALUMINUM, tin & steel cans and lids
  • PLASTICS #1-2 bottles, jugs, jars & food tubs (put plastic caps back on)
  • PAPER, flattened cardboard, newspaper & magazines
  • NO Plastic Bags / Film
    (gather separately and bring to your local grocery store, Target or Walmart)
  • NO Used Paper Products (they can be composted)
    such as paper towels, plates, cups, tissues, napkins, etc.  

Please visit the St. Croix County’s recycling website for:

 What to Recycle and How to Recycle Right:

https://www.sccwi.gov/532/What-to-Recycle

 Appliance, Electronics and Tire Collection Events

https://www.sccwi.gov/420/Recycling

 Clean Sweep – Hazardous Waste Collection Event

https://www.sccwi.gov/430/Clean-Sweep—Hazardous-Waste

 A-Z Recycling & Disposal Guide

Watch our recycling video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pn0Bs7wGf7k&t=330s


Public Notice: St. Croix County Updates Mask Advisory 08.06.21

We just issued a press release announcing that St. Croix County Public Health has updated and extended their Mask Advisory until October 5, 2021. Under the Mask Advisory, Public Health recommends every individual, age five and older, in St. Croix County wear a face mask if the following apply:

  • The individual is not fully vaccinated or
  • The individual is fully vaccinated and is
    • In public indoor settings when the level of community transmission in St. Croix County is at a “substantial” or “high” level.
    • At local businesses and workplaces which ask individuals to mask.
    • In healthcare settings.
    • In K-12 schools (students, staff, and visitors).
    • At a place where masks are required by local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations.
    • If they are residents or employees in a correctional or detention facility, jail, or homeless shelter.

St. Croix County Public Health has updated our COVID-19 Dashboard to reflect this new guidance. The dashboard shows the current level of COVID-19 transmission (low, moderate, substantial, and high) in St. Croix County and the steps that should be taken at each level to keep everyone safe. The level of transmission will be updated once per week based on the current level of community transmission.

You can read more here:

Please consider sharing this information. This information has been shared with local media, municipalities, chambers, libraries, school districts, and local healthcare facilities.

Adam Kastonek | Administration – Public Information Officer – Communications Specialist

1101 Carmichael Rd Hudson WI 54016

T: 715-245-4226

Adam.Kastonek@sccwi.gov


St. Croix County Public Health Advisory Statement and Best Practices

Press Release Health Advisory 6/22/2020

St. Croix County Health Advisory Page

Press Release Health Advisory 5/15/2020

Final Health Advisory- Specific Recommendations 5/15/2020

Additional Resources offering best practices/guidance for local businesses:

WI Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) Best Practices to ReOpen
Business Reopening Guides
WI Restaurant Association Reopening Checklist

WI Restaurant Association COVID-19 Reopening Guide


River Island Deck Replaced- Thank you to Star Prairie Fish & Game!

Attached are photos from the River Island Park project. Photo credit: Dan Scheeringa

The tear off was completed by Craig Matthys, Tom Johnson and myself (Dan Scheeringa). 

Star Prairie Fish and Game members completed the installation.

SPF&G members involved were: Erv Ericksen, Diz Madsen, John Peterson, Chuck Magoon, Bill Jasperson, Chuck Frawley

In the group photos, the SPF&G members are (l to r) Diz Madsen, Chuck Magoon, John Peterson and Erv Ericksen. 

The project was completed using a grant from Star Prairie Fish and Game to purchase materials. The village was able to procure materials for $200 less than the maximum of the $1835 grant request, and have enough left over lumber to replace decking on a couple of the fishing docks along the Apple River in the park next spring. 

Village employees Amanda Engesether, Nathan Licht and Martin Schwan were instrumental in the logistics helping get this project moving

Big thanks to all volunteers! 

-Trustee & Park Committee Chair Dan Scheeringa