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Saturday, April 21, 8am-1pm
When you see the items that come in to Maplewood’s Spring Clean Up drop-off site, you
wonder where people stored this stuff on their property. In past years, we received an open box filled with asbestos, another person dropped off 10 televisions, and someone else had 16 mattresses in one trip. Somehow we were able to accept all these items at the clean up!
The Spring Clean Up provides Maplewood residents a way to dispose or recycle items that are not accepted in the regular trash service. Items accepted include appliances, electronics, bulky metals, tires, furniture (including mattresses), carpet, bicycles, and household hazardous waste. Residents can bring sensitive documents (bank and credit card statements, medical records, etc.) and have the documents shredded for free. Residents are encouraged to bring a food or cash donation to support Second Harvest Heartland, a local food shelf.
For a full list of items accepted and fees, visit the City of Maplewood’s website at www.maplewoodmn.gov/cleanups or contact Chris Swanson, Environmental Specialist, at (651) 249-2305.