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Falls City spring cleanup Saturday

(KLZA)--Saturday morning, April 27, is the time for Falls City residents to take part in the Bi-Annual Community Clean Up.

Hamilton Recycling and Disposal at 6th and Stone Streets will accept large and bulky trash, metals, and recyclables between 8 and noon.

Items including appliances, TV's and monitors, old furniture, couches, metals, grills, wood, siding and junk will be accepted. Your personal household trash will not be accepted.

A fee will be charged for tires depending on the size. Used oil will be accepted and free paper shredding will be provided. Donations of a canned good for each box to be shredded is requested and the limit is five boxes per customer.

Household hazardous wastes and toxic chemicals will not be accepted at this time.

The city of Falls City, the Falls City Green Team and Hamilton Recycling & Disposal sponsor the bi-annual cleanup event.




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