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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Spring Landfill Cleanup Fee's Waived

Landfill fees waived for Spring Clean Up

CALDWELL — The Board of Canyon County Commissioners has waived landfill fees for community “Spring Clean-Up” Days in April and May.

Residents who live north of Highway 55 or in Caldwell, Middleton, Notus, Parma, Greenleaf and Wilder may bring their household wastes to Pickles Butte Sanitary Landfill on April 25, while those living south of Highway 55 or in Nampa and Melba may bring waste to the landfill May 2.

Up to one ton of residential “clean-up” waste will be accepted without charge on those dates. Waste in excess of one ton will be accepted for the regular landfill fee. Only one refrigeration unit and up to four passenger car/light truck tires will be accepted free of charge per residential customer.

Customers dropping off wood or metal waste are asked to separate those objects for recycling at the landfill.

Commercial haulers hauling normal business wastes will be charged the landfill’s regular fees on those days.

1 comment:

  1. Yea for them, the landfill makes tons of money (no pun intended) they have millions in the bank an just purchased a large chunk of land. They can afford to give freebie to the taxpayers.


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