ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Some St. Paul residents are talking trash about a new system to haul garbage in the capital city.

Starting Oct. 1, people can no longer choose their own trash hauler.

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The city has put together a consortium of 15 collectors which are assigned to neighborhoods. Residents choose a garbage cart size that will cost between $20 and $34 a month.

There is no way to share services with neighbors or opt out of the system.

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Some residents say their bills will go up substantially.

“I’m not against organized trash collection, I’m against the fact it’s so black and white and every unit needs to have a trash container,” said Kate Hebel, a St. Paul resident. “I would think the city should be all about recycling instead of trash.”

There’s a petition effort underway to get the issue of garbage collection on the November ballot.

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St. Paul officials say the change to citywide collection will be more efficient by cutting down on alley traffic.