Recycling & Refuse Drop-Off Days Help Citizens Get Rid of Refuse

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Recycling & Refuse Drop-Off Days Help Citizens Get Rid of Refuse 

There are five “Recycling and Refuse Drop-Off Events” remaining in 2016 to help Toledoans clear their properties of debris. Citizens can bring bulky items and refuse for disposal and recycle as many as 10 tires for free.

During the first seven events 9,968 tires and 5,400 gallons of paint have been recycled, and 130.2 tons of debris has been collected. Two Drop Off-Days were scheduled in each council district, though citizens may participate at any of the locations.

The remaining events take place from 10 am to 2 pm on the dates and locations below:

  • August 6 : Martin Luther King Academy, 1300 Forest
  • August 13: Deveaux Elementary School, 2620 W. Sylvania
  • August 27: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 3934 W. Laskey
  • September 10: Larchmont Elementary School, 1515 Slater
  • September 17: Friendship Park Senior Center: 2920 131st St.

Please Note: Televisions, air conditioners, refrigerators, or large appliances cannot be accepted. There is a fee of $1 per gallon to recycle paint.

Also remember that residents may contact Republic Services once per month at 419-936-2511 by the regular refuse pickup day to schedule next day bulk pick up at the curb.


Posted by Stacy Weber on Friday, August 05, 2016.