Richmond: Bulky waste collection set for Saturday


A light metals and bulky waste collection will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p. m. Saturday, Aug. 30, at the Highway Department garage area.

Acceptable bulky waste items include mattresses, box springs, old furniture, rugs, scrap wood, etc. Unacceptable items include tires, TVs, glass, hazardous waste or construction materials, toilets or any porcelain products, estate clean-outs.

Light metals must be free of plastic or rubber grips or wheels and empty of all contents (oil and fuel) from the motors and tanks.

Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners and de-humidifiers will be accepted with a $10 fee for each item.

An electronics bin will be available for disposal of monitors, printers, CPUs, phones, batteries, copiers, scanners, modems, fax machines, laptops, radios, towers, speakers, servers, routers, ballasts, microwaves, cell phones, light fixtures, chargers, electrical equipment, battery operated tools, and printed circuit boards.

Trips will be monitored.


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