Cleanup days set for area communities | New

Here are the Crawford County cleanup dates and times submitted to the Meadville Tribune.

If your municipality is hosting a clean-up day, a municipal official should email information including date, time, location and what is generally accepted and not accepted to [email protected] for inclusion in a future post Grandstand.

South Shenango Township will be holding cleanup days today and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Township Building. Items not accepted include household waste, railway sleepers, cement products and paint cans containing paint. There will be charges for electronics and tires.

North Shenango Township will hold its clean-up day on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Loads can be dropped off for $10 each at the Township Building, 11586 Linn Road, Espyville. Residence pickup is also available for $25 per load before May 30. No residential pickup is available on cleanup day. To schedule residential pickup, call (724) 927-2568. No paint, building materials, yard or household waste is allowed. Televisions and other electronics will be allowed for $20 per item. Microwaves are $8 each. Car tires will be accepted at a cost of $5 each and truck or tractor tires at a cost of $12 each. Light ballasts will be accepted for $2 each.

• Arrondissement of Venango holds its annual clean-up day on June 11 from 8 a.m. to noon at the borough building. No hazardous waste, tires, batteries, solvents, freon, paint cans, televisions or computer screens will be accepted. Contact the borough office at (814) 812-5617 or members of the borough council for more information.

Township of West Fallowfield will hold its annual clean-up day on June 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the township building. Items that will not be accepted include tires, toxic or hazardous materials, used auto parts, electronics (televisions, computers, printers), propane cylinders with valves, old wood, shingles, concrete and the plywood. Car batteries will be accepted if separated from other items. Refrigerators and freezers will be accepted if the freon is removed by an authorized technician and an accompanying certificate of removal is brought.

• Township of Woodcock will hold its Cleanup Day on June 11 from 7 a.m. to noon at the Township Building, 16250 State Highway 86, Saegertown. Acceptable items include furniture, mattresses, lawn mowers, bicycles, metal items, and appliances (no freon). Items not acceptable include tires (dirt or grass), construction debris, liquids (paint if completely dry), hazardous materials/chemicals, televisions, computers, printers, monitors, mice, keyboards, fluorescent light bulbs, propane tanks, items containing Freon, wet household garbage or recycling materials.

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