Did you Know?

The town of Orleans total land area is 13.94 square miles.

There are more lighthouses in and around Cape Cod than in any other County in the USA.

Old Kings Highway, otherwise known as Route 6A is 39 miles long and is the longest contiguous historic district in America.

Cape Cod is made up of 15 towns that encompass 400 square miles.

The largest pond on Cape Cod is Long Pond in Harwich/Brewster (743 acres).

The Pilgrims first landed in Provincetown in November of 1620.

Provincetown’s Pilgrim Monument, at 252-feet, is the tallest all-granite structure in America.

The paper bag was first created in Dennis by Luther Child Crowell and was patented by him in 1867.

Did you know that the average American uses 650 pounds of paper per year? If we all chip in by recycling our paper instead of throwing it away, we can save 17 trees, 60 pounds of air pollutants, and 390 gallons of oil for every ton that is recycled!

If you have Nauset Disposal curbside service, your container needs to be at the curb by 6:00am. Our drivers start that early, and with our routes constantly changing its not guaranteed  we will arrive the same time every week.

If you have multiple toters at your residence, be sure to fill one before you start filling the second. You will save if we only dump one toter.

 

News & Events Special donation to Dream Day on Cape Cod

When Dream Day on Cape Cod lost their truck by a fallen tree in February, the community rallied. Nauset Disposal wanted to help too, so we donated some roll off containers to collect the tree debris and worked with Robert B. …

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Happy Customers

“BIG kudos to your driver who picked up at Eastham Cape Cod Five today! He did a remarkable job navigating our parking lot this morning. We had 2 big Eversource trucks with trailers along with a car blocking half the driveway, making backing out a challenge, but he maneuvered like a pro! Nicely done! I always like to hear positive feedback, so I thought I would pass it along.”

– Trina Brown, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank