Washler Construction was founded in 1997. In the begining we specialized in new home construction, then in 2012 we changed our name to Washler Inc and discontinued most construction services.
Our primary focus now is providing outstanding trash and recycling services to Dekalb, Steuben, Allen, Noble, and Whitley counties.
Washler, Inc. is the only garbage and recycling company in our service area with a fleet of split body trucks that are capable of collecting both trash and recycling materials at the same time.
All recycling materials are collected in a single stream. This means you do not have to sort your recyclables. Simply put them all into one container and let
us do the sorting for you. With single stream
recycling and our split body trucks, no one makes recycling easier than we do.
Has your garbage bill been going up? The national companies that haul trash in our area think it is just normal business to raise your rates every few months just to see if they can make a little extra off of you. See our "Why Washler?" page for more information on charges.
Thanks you for taking the time to look through our website. We look forward to serving you.
1686 Forrest Park Dr
Garrett IN 46738
Mon-Fri 7 am - 4 pm
Closed Sat & Sun
Garbage & Recycling Services
1686 Forrest Park Dr ~ Garrett In
Help Kick Breast Cancer to the Curb!
For each Pink Can our customers have, $5.25 is donated from every billing cycle to the American Cancer Society for the fight against breast cancer.
If you would like to show your support of the fight against breast cancer with a pink garbage can, please call or email us and we will swap out your current can for a pink can. We will add $5.25 to your quarterly bill and 100% of that cost will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
Thanks for helping to kick breast cancer to the curb!
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Currently: Updated 4-2-20
•Our entire facility is closed to the general public.
•Our staff continues to provide essential services.
•We can accept secure payments by phone, post office mail, and on our website. You can even text a picture of your check to 260-570-3214.
•Call volumes are very high, if you reach voicemail please leave a message, we will return all calls received before 4 pm on the same day.
•All trash, recycling, dumpster service is running.
•If you do have a true emergency and need for the use of our facility, please call and we can make arrangements to assist you. Your junk that has been sitting around for awhile can wait.
•We are here and working hard for you, and want to take every precaution possible to help our community.
Please help protect our workers:
•BAG ALL LANDFILL TRASH – By bagging your trash, especially items like used tissues, it is easier to keep viruses and bacteria away from our critical service employees.
•KEEP ALL RECYCLING CLEAN AND LOOSE – When recycling is loose, it is easier to handle on our sorting line. Removing food and liquid residue from your recyclables minimizes viruses and bacteria as well!
•EMPTY ALL LIQUIDS – Liquids can carry viruses and bacteria, and can splash onto drivers when trash and recyclables are emptied. When bottles, cans and other containers are emptied before going in carts, the risk is minimized.
•WIPE/DISINFECT CART HANDLES AND LIDS – The two main touch points on a cart for our drivers are the lid and the handles. By wiping those areas down with disinfectant or soapy water, you minimize the danger of shared contact areas.
•SEAL AND MARK ALL SHARPS/NEEDLES – Properly dispose of medical sharp objects such as syringes by placing them in a sealed, rigid plastic container. Seal the container in duct tape, clearly mark it as “Sharps,” and place in the trash.
•If your cart isn't full and can wait until next week, don't put it out. We have asked this to be done in the past when we have been working against cold weather and it helps out. In this case your cart is exposed to other less and our workers and equipment are exposed to fewer people each week. Our workers and equipment are handling trash from over 800 people each day.
We are committed to serving our customers in the safest manner possible thru this situation. We are all in this together and we need to help one another as much as we can.