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Fall Community Clean Up Event - Bulky Trash Pick Up

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Posted: Friday, October 4, 2019 4:36 pm

EDCO’s Coronado Community Cleanup Event gives residents an opportunity to place unwanted bulk items curbside that are too large or heavy to put inside collection carts, such as broken appliances, water heaters, furniture, old mattresses (please wrap mattresses prior to setting out - special mattress disposal bags can be purchased at hardware stores or on their websites), and other miscellaneous bulky household clutter.

All yard waste will be recycled and must be bagged or bundled. Tree trimmings should be cut into 3 foot lengths and tied securely into bundles not greater than 18” in diameter. Debris from contractors, landscapers or commercial businesses will not be accepted. No hazardous waste accepted.

This year’s cleanup will take place the week of Oct. 7 - 11 on your regularly scheduled residential curbside collection day (please put items out on the curb with your regular collection carts by 6 a.m.). 

Free mulch! Once again EDCO will have mulch available for self-load/self-haul on the corner of A Avenue and Second Street, by the Little League field, for Coronado residents only. Come early and bring a shovel to get your compost while it lasts! If you plan to haul your compost in an open truck or trailer, please remember to bring a tarp to cover your material.

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