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Unlimited Trash pickup June 14th


Republic Services will be conducting the second bulk clean-up for this year on Wednesday, June 14th Please follow the following guidelines:

Do: Bag small items to prevent windblown debris.

Do: Wrap broken mirrors or glass in cardboard, taped shut and labeled “GLASS”

Do: Large Bulk Items allowed, such as furniture and non-freon appliances.

Do: Construction Debris allowed in SMALL QUANTITIES as follows:

Bundle securely in no longer than 4’ lengths, no more than 40 pounds

Carpet and Padding rolled and tied in 4’ lengths no more than 40 pounds

Empty latex paint cans with no lid, and absorbent (dirt or kitty litter) added

Don’t: No grass clippings, limbs, leaves or other yard waste

Don’t: No dirt, rock, bricks, or concrete

Don’t: No appliances with Freon

Don’t: No tires

Don’t: No electronics, no televisions, no computers, no computer monitors,

No telephones, no copy machines, no electronic games

Don’t: No animal or human remains

Don’t: No large metal pieces

Don’t: No hazardous chemicals, medical, or infectious waste

Don’t: No oil-based paints or flammable items

Don’t: No pesticides or bug sprays

Don’t: No automotive parts

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