For folks in Brewer, the annual spring clean-up schedule is right around the corner for 2022. Brewer residents can use curbside pick up for some items of their spring cleaning and use the town landfill for other items.

Here's when curbside will be taking place, what will be taken, and what can be dropped off at the landfill for Brewer spring clean-up 2022.

WBZN Old Town Maine logo
Get our free mobile app

For curbside service

If you are looking to leave debris curbside, you can expect City collection to begin Monday, May 9th starting in north Brewer and then working south towards Orrington.

Items that can be picked up by the curb include brush, leaves, and white goods.

Photo by Sana Saidi on Unsplash
Photo by Sana Saidi on Unsplash

Let's break this down:

  • White goods: White goods are stoves, washers, dryers, dishwashers, and other miscellaneous metals. *non-Freon only/ Freon removed only*
  • Leaves: Leaves, old flowers, and small plants must be contained in biodegradable bags. Do not include soil, branches, plant pots, or trash.
  • Tree Waste: tree waste is acceptable for up to 8-foot-long branches and logs. No stumps will be accepted.

Materials that will not be accepted include construction debris, mattresses, or furniture.

For landfill drop off


The Brewer landfill will be open to residents of Brewer at the regular disposal area fees. The landfill will be open starting Tuesday, May 3rd. The schedule will run with the landfill opened Tuesday through Saturday from May 3rd to Saturday, May 21st. Any landfill materials will be taken during this time.

For those with disabilities

For those with physical limitations or who are elderly, connect with David Cote at the Public Works office if you are unable to deliver materials to the Brewer Landfill. Call 989-7800 to make arrangements with Mr. Cote.

More specifics can be found on the City of Brewer website, the page specific for the Spring Cleanup page for 2022 (including details about disposal at Brewer Landfill).

Take In the Zen of Brewer's Children's Garden

Located on the Riverwalk in Brewer, this delightful little spot takes you back to a place of curiosity and simplicity that kids love to wander through and adults can sit and relax.

25 Stops Between Bangor and Bar Harbor

Between Bangor and Bar Harbor, there are plenty of spots to find a bite to eat, trails to hike, places to shop, and things to do. Here are ways to take in the touristy and not-so-touristy spots on Route 1A.

RANKED: Here are the most popular national parks

To determine the most popular national parks in the United States, Stacker compiled data from the National Park Service on the number of recreational visits each site had in 2020. Keep reading to discover the 50 most popular national parks in the United States, in reverse order from #50 to #1. And be sure to check with individuals parks before you visit to find out about ongoing, pandemic-related safety precautions at

More From WBZN Old Town Maine