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Town of Riverview / News / Spring Clean-Up: Bulky items will be collected May 11-15
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Spring Clean-Up: Bulky items will be collected May 11-15

Riverview residents will be able to dispose of large and bulky waste on their regular collection day during the week of May 11-15, 2020. This is an opportunity for residents to get rid of furniture, appliances, electronics, yard waste, etc. Tires will not be collected.

Remember, you can also donate gently-used furniture and household items to Enviro Plus (853-7722) and Habitat for Humanity Restore - Moncton (384-4664).

Rules for bulk waste collection:

• Items must be placed at the curb before 6 a.m. on regular collection day.
• Branches must be tied together and can be no longer than 1.2 metres (4ft), bundles to be no more than 2’x2’ with a branch diameter no larger than 1’.
• All regular-sized waste, organics and recycling must be in the correct coloured transparent bags (clear, green and blue, respectively). Black bags will not be collected. Each bag must weigh less than 18kg (40lb). 

• Household hazardous waste presents a danger to collectors and will not be picked up at the curb. This includes batteries, cooking oil, aerosols, paint, light bulbs, fertilizers, chemicals, CFL bulbs, propane tanks, etc.

• Construction debris will not be collected.

Eco360 accepts household hazardous waste, residential construction waste, appliances, furniture, tires and more through its Mobile Eco-Depot. The service is available at one of the 17 municipalities in the south-eastern region on a rotating weekly basis. For more information, visit www.eco360.ca or call 506-877-1040. This program replaces Eco360’s previous semi-annual household hazardous waste drop-off in Riverview. 

 

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