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Fayetteville Bulky Waste Clean Up Schedule

Spring cleaning is underway in Fayetteville. If you have some bulky waste you need out of your home, here are the dates you need to know.
Spring cleaning is underway in Fayetteville. If you have some bulky waste you need out of your home, here are the dates you need to know.

April 5th, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at two locations:

Vandergriff Elementary School, 2975 E. Township St.; and the Fayetteville Recycling and Trash Collection facility, 1560 S. Happy Hollow Road.

April 19th: 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at two locations:

Shaver Foods parking lot, 1367 S. Beechwood; and the Recycling & Trash Collection Facility, 1560 S. Happy Hollow Road.

May 3rd: 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at two locations:

Church of Christ, 310 W. Center St.; and the Recycling & Trash Collection Facility, 1560 S. Happy Hollow Road.

According to the City of Fayetteville, some items are not accepted at the bulky waste clean up.

E-Scrap is no longer accepted at these clean ups, including T.V.'s & computers, etc. at Ward Bulky waste clean ups. 

Washington County's HHW facility accepts E-Scrap for a fee during normal operating hours. Contact them at 479-444-1725.

The city will only accept one freon-bearing appliance per household, additional appliances are $20 each to cover freon removal.  You must bring your current City water bill for verification of residency in order to drop off items.

Items allowed: Couches, chairs, mattresses, large appliances; such as, refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, carpet, padding, vinyl flooring, drywall, paneling (Limited amounts only, no contractors allowed), lawn mowers, hot water heaters, plumbing fixtures.

Items not allowed: Household Hazardous Wastes; such as, paint, thinners, solvents, batteries, cleaning chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, automotive fluids, etc., household garbage, commercial garbage, medical waste, dirt, rocks, brush, leaves and grass, tires.

For more information on trash and recycling dates for Fayetteville, click here.
 
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