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Dispose of bulky waste this weekend

By From page A2 | April 11, 2013

Has the spring cleaning bug bitten you? If so, you can dispose of your unwanted items for free at the 2013 bulky item drop-off days event Thursday through Saturday at Davis Waste Removal, 2727 Second St. Hours are 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Items that will be accepted include refrigerators and freezers (limit of two), large appliances, mattresses, furniture, sinks, bathtubs, toilets, wood scraps and scrap metal. Electronics and other techno recyclables — such as TVs, computer monitors, microwaves, computer components, microwaves, CDs, DVDs, floppy discs and cassette tapes — also will be accepted.

This service is available for Davis Waste Removal residential customers only. ID will be checked at the drop-off. Commercial haulers and business materials will not be accepted.

Please do not bring soil, dirt, concrete, asphalt, tires, hazardous waste and regular household garbage. Instead, take them to the Yolo County Landfill on County Road 28H northeast of Davis any day for recycling or disposal. Landfill fees may apply.

For more information about the bulky items drop-off event, visit DavisRecycling.org, or call DWR at 530-756-4646.

Hazardous waste will not be accepted at this event, but items may be brought to the free household hazardous waste drop-off events every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the landfill. Bring your paints, pesticides, fluorescent light bulbs, household cleaners and expired medicines (no controlled substances) for free and safe disposal.

Enterprise staff

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