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Fall Cleanup Days in Falls City
10/20/2017

(KLZA)-- Friday and Saturday are the days for the Bi-Annual Community Clean-Up in Falls City.

The drop-off point will be at Hamilton Recycling and  Disposal at  6th and Stone Street. Hours Friday are 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Saturday hours of 9:00 a.m. – noon.

Items that will not be accepted include household hazardous waste and toxic chemicals and personal household trash. 

Large and bulky trash, metals and recyclables will be accepted including appliances, TV’s and monitors, old furniture, grills, wood, siding and junk and used oil.

There will be a fee for tires, with prices to vary by size, car tires are $2.

Community Medical Center and Miller Monroe are sponsoring free paper shredding.  You are asked to please donate a canned good for each box shredded and there is a five box limit per customer.  

If you need help moving heavy items or hauling off junk, you may call 402-801-2241 or 402-801-8169 to set up an appointment. Fees will range from $10 - $20 based on the items.   

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